Short term rental home-self catered accommodation consisting of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room, carport, verandah, kitchen/dining room and laundry room. The appliances include three televisions with cable access, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, washing machine, clothes dryer, hot water heater, four burner gas stove, stereo system and a freezer.
Contractual arrangements can be made with an option to be renewed at the end of the period.
• The Ruins of Orange Vale, an 18th century, coffee and indigo plantaion, hidden deep in lush vegetation near the foothills of the Blue Mountain. It was one of the more established plantations between the 1790’s and the 1840’s.A 1791 plan of the Orange Vale plantation is one of the few plans of coffee plantations that existed in Jamaica for the years before 1800.The plantation originally spanned over 1,200 acres and had up to 160 slaves working there at some point. This historical and ecological site consist of numerous springs, a spectular waterfall, interesting plant life, and birds.The‘hidden city’, as it is called, is still undiscovered and is being regarded as one of the secret treasures of Portland.• Charles Town Maroon Village is located in the Buff Bay valley, and is the most easily assessable Maroon village in Jamaica. The Charles Town maroon museum is the largest maroon museum in Jamaica, and it contains a library, with materials on the Maroons,maps,drums,maroon trails and play huts that were used for healing.
Other attractions in the Parish includes Navy Island, Caves of Nonsuch,rafting on the Rio Grande, Boston beach (waves are high enough for surfing),Boston Jerk center, Blue Lagoon, The Castle, Folly ruins, Fort George and De Montevin Lodge.