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As a female traveling alone, I wondered how to enjoy all Jamaica has to offer on my own. The owner of Chippewa was so accomidating. I had a charming apartment designed and built by him. A master woodworker, chef, and clothing maker. The pool was...More
My boyfriend and I stayed at Chippewa for 4 days in February. We were trying to keep costs down and travel around as much as possible, so Chippewa was definitely in our price range. We stayed in one of the little one room cottages, which...More
My wife and I stayed at Chippewa Village for the second time and will be back. In fact we are planning to be there for her 60th birthday in two years, and inviting a bunch of friends to take over the place for a couple...More
We stayed four nights here in August and had a great time.
Although we'd booked a cottage, when we arrived we changed it to a studio (negotiated a good rate too). This was a good idea as it meant we had cooking facilities. The quirky...More
My husband and I are low-key people (public school teachers and activists) who have travelled extensively and have stayed in hostels, homestays, luxury resorts and tents. I say this because I wouldn't want the reader to think I'm a snob when I say the following:...More
I like Charela Inn...but there are a few good ones just across the street...Charela has a day deal where you pay $20 and use everything...until the money is done...many of our guests love it as they have a great kitchen and... More
I like Charela Inn...but there are a few good ones just across the street...Charela has a day deal where you pay $20 and use everything...until the money is done...many of our guests love it as they have a great kitchen and beach