from $30

Casa De Rasta

Orange Bay, Portland
2 Guests1 Room2 Beds
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Anjahli & Clive
Anjahli & Clive

Guest House in Orange Bay, Portland set in a typical Jamaican community near a small non-touristy beach, with great sea views and run by Anjahli and Clive.

Chill on the veranda and watch the waves, walk to ‘Pretty Beach” for a swim, grab a beer in one of the quaint local pubs, or hike 40 minutes to a deserted beach, or take an eco-tour to the Blue Mountains. It’s just 15 miles from Port Antonio.

Rooms & Prices

  • 1 persons for $30 / night
  • 2 persons for $50 / night
Unnamed Road
Portland Parish JM
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3 reviews

  1. The perfect place to see the sunset

    Let me start this guesthouse with the word “chocolate”. Beside the cozy bedroom, the relaxing shower, the view towards the ocean and the coffee from the Blue Mountains, there is selfmade chocolate in this guesthouse. I know you don’t need more information, but that made my stay there just perfect.

    I loved the conversations we had and the food we got. There is as well a “hidden” beach around the corner, you should try it out by yourself. Also the balcony-terrace with the hammock is just a perfect place to see the sunset (and have some chocolate)

  2. Home-made Chocolate ❤

    What a beautiful hidden place – off the main road and closeby a nice beach – Casa De Rasta is definitely one of the sweetest homestays I’ve been so far. The amazing conversations with Clive and Anjahli made our stay very interesting, and the home-made chocolate and their own Blue Mountain coffee made the time even sweeter. The house is colorful and they really paid attention to details… Just take a shower, and you know what I mean.

    Thanks for your great hospitality, I’m looking forward to be back soon! Also ask them about their James Dennis Guesthouse in the Blue Mountains (which is also featured on Real Jamaica)

  3. Catch 22

    Great people and hospitality Beautiful home and views from the balcony. Although the description on this site is a bit misleading. Take note, there is a dog on the property. Be sure to inquire on all the details including any extra fees. The 40 minute hike was awesome but the beach had a lot of trash, it was impossible to swim & we barely found a beach at all. Frankly we felt a little shafted, but we definitely experienced the Real Jamaica.

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