Ocho Rios Villa Rental Photos and Description
5 Bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, 1 half bathroom, sleeps maximum of 10
Scotch on the Rocks is a charming turquoise villa overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Nestled between two of Jamaica's most prestigious hotels: Sandals Royal Plantation and Jamaica Inn, Scotch on the Rocks enjoys one of Ocho Rios's most beautiful and exclusive bays with fantastic swimming. While completely private, Scotch on the Rocks is just minutes from lively Ocho Rios. Scotch on the Rocks was originally owned by a Scottish Lord. Today it is owned by members of the Red Stripe Beer Family. The villa's clean and fresh decor is tastefully accented with antique furniture, wooden as well as travertine tile floors, intricate fretwork, Caribbean art and high tech amenities. The villa is surrounded by a lush tropical garden. Stone steps led from the pool area to the private pier, sandy cove and crystal clear bay, wonderful for swimming, floating, snorkeling and kayaking.The villa is fully staffed by five wonderful people, including two excellent cooks, a waiter, housekeeper and gardener.
Special Offers: Stay for 7 nights, pay for 5 on all bookings for May, September, October and November (except for US Thanksgiving week) 2010. Stay for 5 nights, pay for 3 for May, September, October and November (except for US Thanksgiving week)
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the manager
"Our June 2010 vacation at Scotchie was amazing; far greater than we had imagined!We loved Scotchie! The accommodations were fantastic, and the villa atmosphere made it easy for us to make ourselves at home. Scotchie's great staff (Bryan, Cherry, Pauline, Elvis, Henry) were top-notch professionals who went above and beyond to respond to our every need.Meal time was truly a treat for us - the food and service were outstanding. The children in our party were introduced to many new foods and, to our surprise, liked everything. That speaks volumes, especially since we have children who are picky eaters.At the end of the week, it was difficult for us to leave such a beautiful, well-kept property that was staffed by warm, caring people who were more than just staff to us; they were our new friends. We look forward to many future vacations at Scotch on the Rocks!"