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One Bedroom Villa, Garden View

  • $150.00
  • Listed: March 20, 2016 9:43 am
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  • Street: Mile Gulley Road
  • Parishes: Portland
  • Country: Jamaica

    Description

    In Portland, Jamaica sits a place where the Blue Mountains meet the Caribbean sea, where coves and sun-drenched beaches beckon, rare hummingbirds dart among the lush tropical flowers, and the sound of Jamaican crickets lulls you to sleep.

    This is Port Antonio, where Goblin Hill Villas at San San Bay sits on twelve acres of lawns and gardens, overlooking sparkling Jamaican white sand beaches and turquoise Caribbean water.

    One of the most unspoiled corners of Jamaica, Port Antonio is an insider’s glimpse into the Caribbean of yesteryear. In its heart, Goblin Hill’s villa vacation lifestyle offers the most potent relaxation around, with personalized housekeeping/cook service.

    www.goblinhill.com / rdecampos@goblinhill.com

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