Ivanhoe's Guest House

Address: 9 Queen Street, Port Antonio, Jamaica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9 Queen Street, Port Antonio, is near Navy Island and Rio Grande Attractions at Rafter's Rest.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Antonio

      How's That!!

      A travel blog entry by smitherson on Jul 07, 2012

      13 photos

      ... which over looked the rope-line, it had 4 bars, its own DJ, a swimming pool and its own beach! Best beach in Jamaica!!

      It was such a good party atmosphere. On Thursday the New Zealands had had a terrible game, but even though they lost, the game was much closer this time. It has to be said I felt for them, the sun was so hot and they didn't have any rum out there!

      - JJ

      Great Huts Great Escape

      A travel blog entry by ilombardo on Mar 26, 2012

      1 comment, 51 photos

      ... buildings we saw along the roads were small and rickety, but even those in extreme disrepair were painted in bright and cheerful colors. I found this to be uplifting.

      On Blue Mountain coffee
      Also uplifting was the Blue Mountain coffee. Grown in the rolling Blue Mountains of Jamaica, the brew is smooth and rich and was served to us every morning for free at Great Huts. Mm.

      On history
      The slave trade has made an indelible mark on Jamaican society. Great Huts ...

      A Travel Agent Review of Great Huts

      A travel blog entry by ultimateislands on Feb 26, 2011

      1 photo

      ... guests up on the stage to dance along and we were led through dance moves inspired by Jamaican ska, to reggae, to dancehall, somehow ending off with good old fashioned rock and roll. We had a blast and worked up a nice sweat which prompted us to order a final round of frozen strawberry margaritas. 

      I must say though, my fondest memories are of the quite evenings we shared in the main living area of this unique and homey resort communing with fascinating, ...

      An Educational Tourist in the West Indies

      A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 02, 2011

      4 photos

      ... noisy happy crowd. Impeccable silence for the Jamaican national anthem. Thereafter, transistor radios blare, as vendors of doughnuts, Red Stripe beer, newspapers, raffle tickets, ice-cream and whistles hurry back and forth. Every little run flurry is greeted with flag-waving, whistle-blowing and applause out of all proportion to the stroke played.

      The cricket is framed against a backdrop of green hills and fleecy clouds. Twice a humming-bird shoots over ...

      Thinking outside the box

      A travel blog entry by teamclaudia on Apr 03, 2009

      1 comment, 88 photos

      ... Educational Zoo the organizations brought with them puppies, kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds and a snake. The principal allowed me to make a full day of the event. We broke the students up by grades first and second grade went in the morning, third and fourth after lunch and fifth and sixth at the end of the school day. For a small price (this was still a fundraiser) the students heard from the speakers, petted the animals and for ...