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Ambassabeth Eco Lodge

Bowden Pen, Port Antonio, Jamaica
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Reviewed 18 December 2017

Good friends took us to Ambassabeth for two nights. We arrived in the dark, but word had travelled up from the villages ahead of us and a feast of wild pig was warm and waiting. The next morning we spotted orange quits near our cabin...More

Thank Karen M
Reviewed 13 February 2017

If you are interested in the history of Jamaica and its Maroon people this would be an excellent destination. The surrounding mountains are spectacular and the trails around Ambassabeth makes it possible to explore them. The cook Barbara will make local wild hog not to...More

Thank AmandaWannman
Reviewed 25 May 2014

My wife and I took my parents here for two nights during one of their visits from the US. I can't say enough good things about this place: the food cooked by Barbara was delicious, especially the run down with fresh coconut milk; the cabins...More

Thank CTDT_89
Reviewed 8 August 2013

we went with the Jamaica Tour Society as a small group to the blue mountains and then deep into the Rio Grande valley, stopping at simple, special Ambassabeth Cabins. Linnette, the operator a wealth of authenticity and knowledge, and all the persons who cook and...More

1  Thank TammyHart3
Reviewed 5 August 2013

This place is so special - I have lived in Jamaica for almost 25 years and never have I been to a place so pristine, so natural, so spectacularly beautiful - the pathway to the cabins and the cunha cunha pass has more tree ferns...More

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Hotel description
The Bowden Pen Farmer's Cooperative built Ambassabeth Cabins to share a more luxurious version of the rural Jamaican way of life. You can choose between en-suite shower, shower house, or river bathing. Learn to cook Jamaican foods, learn about medicinal herbs, or help catch seafood. Nearby activities include waterfalls, a large river for rafting or lounging, the Cuna-Cuna Trail Pass, the Maroon Settlement at Mooretown, banana walks, and others. Located 15 miles in between the Mountains South of Port Antonio.
Price range
US$50 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Price range
US$50 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"Make sure to tell Ms. Lin who you are and your goals in coming, and she will set you up in the right cabin..."
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"Its not about the rooms - its about the land and the locals"
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