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History lesson

As the other reviewers state this place has fallen on hard times. A lot of history has been lost... read more

Reviewed 18 July 2015
How has this been allowed to deteriorate

What was once an imposing area with fabulous views (I know, I used to live there!) has been allowed... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2015
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Picturesque neighborhood best known for its Victorian-gingerbread style houses.
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18 Jul 2015
“History lesson”
6 Mar 2015
“How has this been allowed to deteriorate”
Port Antonio, Jamaica
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Reviewed 18 July 2015

As the other reviewers state this place has fallen on hard times. A lot of history has been lost, some remnants remain, foundations of others can be seen. If you knew this place in the 60's or before you would cry now. A very few...More

Thank im44
Reviewed 6 March 2015

What was once an imposing area with fabulous views (I know, I used to live there!) has been allowed to run down and is in a terrible state. The majority of the houses have been allowed to rot away and many are only just about...More

Thank daveplayford
Reviewed 30 July 2013

It takes you back a few centuries and even without closing your eyes you can feel what it would have been like in the days of horses and carriages. Take a leisurely stroll around the streets and make sure to stop by Titchfield High School...More

1  Thank SueDanim
Reviewed 7 May 2013

We stayed at a lovely guesthouse on Titchfield Hill. I loved living like the locals with no special frills. Miss Lorna is also a graet cook with the best breakfasts served.

1  Thank shorde
Reviewed 10 March 2013

Your view from Titchfield will be awesome as you are up higher that most of Port Antonio. It is a very historic area with rich and interesting stories. Stop and talk to the locals. Driving past Titchfield High School my sons found it very interesting...More

1  Thank Rick V
Reviewed 9 February 2013

Went to church there. It was a warm and friendly experience. A very rural area, heard chickens in the yard of the church. They even invited us to their harvest later that week. We didnt stay so long unfortunately. Enjoyed it.

3  Thank MGianna
Reviewed 12 September 2012

Some great old houses of a colonial nature, worth a walk round in the day time some good basic accommodation

3  Thank AndMandy
Reviewed 16 January 2012

The cute houses in the residential streets are cute, local feel and our driver got us on the school grounds to see the historic place (old fort) and told us all of the history! Very cool

2  Thank traciontheriver
Reviewed 16 January 2012

I read a history book on Portland Parish and am amazed how fancy the Titchfield Peninsula used to be. I really enjoyed the energy of the area though. Real people, real life.

1  Thank Kimberley42
Reviewed 12 December 2011

tichfield is a penninsula connected to the town of port antonio ..a neighborhood of small homes many reflecting period architecture of 200 years ago when banana exports made this the preferred location of the upper class..most of these homes are now rundown awaiting a promised...More

4  Thank Michael O
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