Treasure Beach and its name don’t overpromise. At the South-West of Jamaica, this isolated little gem, laid back and untouched by the tourist crowds is the perfect destination for travelers looking for authenticity.
Kudehya Guesthouse is the ideal place to settle down and enjoy a true slow life experience. Kudeh! Kuya! (Look over there! And over there!). Embrace the new culture, the landscapes and the no WiFi policy and enjoy the guesthouse owners’ warm welcome. Iyaras, the co-owner of the property and a Rastafari, has Ethiopian origins and he is an intriguing, interesting and sweet human being. His life journey led him to Caiman Islands, then Toronto and finally to Treasure Beach where he finally accomplished his dream: build and launch his own guesthouse in Jamaica.
The property little rooms will become your happy place. They are basic but modern and clean, decorated with beautiful Rasta colors and contemporary or traditional African art pieces. The view from Dehya suite is breathtaking. For dinner, Iyaras invites his guests to taste an Ital menu in synch with his life values: vegetarian diet, no salt, organic ingredients and no alcohol. Great evenings with friendly conversation, slow precious life moments and Jamaican authenticity at its best.
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For booking and information: Kudehya Guesthouse.
From $ 75 US per night.
Text adapted into English from the French version written by Laure.
Photo credits: Laure