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Whitfield Hall

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Reviewed 22 February 2011

This last weekend was my forth stay at Whitfield Hall under a variety of circumstances. All of thes visits were memorable. The first and third visits, I stayed in the Col. Whitfiled room. It is a simple room, but a must if you want to...More

8  Thank AirborneShodan60
Reviewed 4 January 2011

I stayed at Whitfield Hall in December 2010 and hiked to the peak of Blue Mountain. The hostel was built in 1776. It is very quiet place surrounded by huge 230 years old eucalyptus trees. People who take care of the hostel are really kind,...More

4  Thank Twister72
Reviewed 3 July 2010

Do you have a 200 year old restored building/museum in your home town? You know how they smell? Well, Whitfield Hall smells exactly like that! It was like spending a night at the museum! Too cool, if you like that sort of thing! No electricity,...More

5  Thank VicletSmith
Reviewed 12 February 2010

Getting to Whitfield Hall was an adventure in itself; the road from Mavis Bank is 4 wheel drive only, dirt with occasional tarmac, hair pin bends and glorious views over the hills and valleys. We stayed in the Cottage, a simple but comfortable cabin with...More

2  Thank lizzieWorcs
Reviewed 12 October 2009

I visited Jamaica last week with two friends (one male and one female) to experience as much of the real country as we could. I can't remember how we found Whitfield Hall, but it was an amazing place to stay the night before climbing to...More

1  Thank SmallAxe
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Free Parking
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Price range
US$15 - US$20 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Room types
Family Rooms, Kitchenette
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Price range
US$15 - US$20 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Room types
Family Rooms, Kitchenette
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"you have to be up for a certain experience, if you like luxury, this is not for you."
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"hostel- mostly bunk beds"
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"The house & bunks are very comfortable but the property is so beautiful that you may want to bring a tent..."
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"If you need a guide, ssk for a real Guide, NOT PAUL. (see my comments)"
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