Blue Mountains Jamaica
WHITFIELD HALL can host up to 33 people in our rustic accommodations. Within the house there is no electricity, so night-time light comes from Tilley kerosene pressure lamps and normal kerosene lanterns. All bathrooms are shared and only have cold running water.
 
Please note: We are only able to accept cash (U.S. dollars, Jamaican dollars, Canadian dollars, pounds, or euros). Thanks for your understanding. For information on reservations, please click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROOMS

Most of our rooms contain 4, 6, or 8 bunkbeds. Bed linens and blankets are supplied, but you should provide your own towels, soaps, and other toiletries. Shared bathrooms have cold water showers -- for a truly refreshing mountain experience!
 
ADULTS $20 U.S. or Jamaican $2,500 per person PER NIGHT
 
CHILDREN UNDER 12: $15 U.S. or Jamaican $1,900 per child PER NIGHT
 
 

 

 

 

The Colonel Whitfield Room is our only private room with a double/full-sized bed for couples or very close friends. This bedroom has been quaintly decorated to reflect the historic and Georgian architectural roots of the house. Bed linens and blanket provided. Shared bath next door.

 

Single Occupancy: $30 U.S. or Jamaican $3,800 PER NIGHT

Double Occupancy: $55 U.S. or Jamaican $6,900 PER NIGHT

 
 

 

 
 

 

 

Blue Mountains Jamaica

Visitors can camp on the front lawn at Whitfield Hall. No tents or gear provided. Charges are listed below:

 

Camping with use of the kitchen, bathrooms, and main hall:

$10 U.S. or Jamaican $1,250 per adult/per night

$5 U.S. or Jamaican $600 per child/per night

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Travelers making day trips to the Blue Mountains may use our facilities and picnic area for the day for a charge of U.S. $10 or

$1,250 Jamaican per person. The charge is U.S. $5 or $600 Jamaican per person for a meal stop only.

CAMPING AT WHITFIELD

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Whitfield Hall Blue Mountain Hostel & Coffee Farm, St. Thomas Parish, Jamaica

"Visit us in the beautiful Blue Mountains of Jamaica."