The SpaceOur seaside farm has fruit trees, a nice veggie garden, three cabins and a sweet little beach. Some fruit is always in season. We live peacefully with our pets: goat families, cat families, chicken families and two dogs. A stone-paved walkway connects the communal kitchen/living room space with the cabins, keeping the mud down during the rainy season. This is real natural Jamaica - you will experience rural life in a seaside village from the safety and comfort of a Rasta family environment. In this cabin, we can put in three twin beds, or two queen size, a queen and a full, etc. Guest AccessYou are welcome to use our sandy beach and to hang out in the communal kitchen/living room area. We keep a vegan kitchen and you are welcome to keep meat-free food items in the fridge. The entire property is yours to roam, and all of the fruit trees yours to pick. You are also welcome to eat all of the fruit you can from the table-top basket on the kitchen table. Interaction with GuestsThis is our family's yard, and we are always here to answer questions, arrange excursions, send our boys to lead a free walk to a beautiful local site, etc. Please jump in the car with us if you would like to go to the nearest big town to see the vegetable market, or to use the ATM. Ask us to introduce you to local craftspeople who can sell unique and handmade souvenirs. If you are interested, you can even go into the bees with us when we inspect them, or drive through the bush to our hillside farms to go fruit hunting in the trees up there. We are happy to organize meat or fish meals for meat-eaters at one of the really excellent food places run by our neighbors. The NeighborhoodOur little village is at the end of the paved road, where the dirt road into miles of undeveloped coastal wilderness starts. I hope you like reggae music because this is Jamaica and loud music is everywhere. For a little village, this place has vibes! People are friendly and cool. Getting AroundWe are about an hour and a half from Kingston to the south, Ocho Rios to the west and Port Antonio to the east. We are a great, central location from which to move to any number of interesting attractions, including Dunns River Falls and coffee farms in the Blue Mountains. If you just want to go to Robins Bay, you can easily walk the 2 miles. There, you'll find a bigger population, some lively bars, the post office, a clinic and a locally-famous restaurant. From right at our corner, you can get a taxi to Annotto bay, where you'll find transportation to anywhere on the island. Annotto Bay also has banks, supermarkets, lots of shops, etc. We can arrange charter a local driver to take you anywhere you want. Other Things to NoteThis is just one of three cabins on our farm. The others might be occupied by college students who are here as natural beekeeping interns. We have six sons who are kept busy herding goats, raking yards, or chopping things we want chopped. At other times, you'll see them fighting, running around, riding their bicycles or just goofing around in the kitchen. We also have chickens pecking around all day. Nothing is perfect here, but we do try to at least keep things nice.