Admire Jamaican History at Bellefield Great House

Posted by North South Travel Blogger · Sep 03 · in Montego Bay, Jamaica · about Hotels

A visit to Bellefield Great House in Montego Bay opens up the history of Jamaica's plantation estates.

Jamaica is a place of extraordinary beauty; abundant in nature and rich in culture. The island offers a wealth of historic venues, and interesting historical discoveries waiting to be made by visiting explorers. Port Royal, Jamaica is one such site, once being the hub of all pirates and privateers at the heights of the pirate era. There are numerous other amazing sites and attractions, as well as fun activities of all sorts to explore and experience, and a good place to stay while here is the Bellefield Great House, located in the island’s first capital, Montego Bay.

The Bellefield Great House and its Estate have the distinction of being one of the oldest sugar plantations in Jamaica. The Great House and its Sugar Mill were built in 1794. The estate is steeped in rich history and even carries its own interesting story. You can even take a guided tour of the estate, giving you a chance to learn quite a bit about the culture, cuisine and other aspects of Jamaica., as well as visit sites centuries old located right on the property.

The Bellefield Great House offers visitors choices from luxurious accommodations, and offer various services and amenities, as well as amazing Jamaican and international cuisine from their world-class chef. Their entire team is dedicated to serving you and ensuring your stay is as pleasurable and eventful as possible. Stay at the Bellefield Great House and experience premium Jamaican hospitality, as well as the wonders of the beautiful island of Jamaica, its amazing nature and rich history and culture.


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