New website on line soon. Expansion of guest areas and new options for budget travellers.
Finally finished the fireplace! One old cement mixer drum, 64 separate metal plates, 1020 rivets – and a very sore hand! After a day bird watching or hiking in the Blue Mountains enjoy a cup of Blue Mountain coffee in front of the fire on those ‘cooler’ evenings. Related posts: Rates Jamaica’s Lime Tree Farm
Each year all the cottages are re-painted, this year we chose more vibrant colour schemes.
We offer a number of excursions in Blue Mountains - hiking, coffee tours, camping etc
Lime Tree Farm is mentioned in a new publication – hoping we won’t be such a secret for too much longer! https:www.traveldk.com/article/beyond-resorts-jamaicas-top-10-secret-spots/ Related posts: About us
Lime Tree Farm cottages nestled within a Blue Mountain coffee farm in Jamaica will re-open for the 2017/18 Caribbean holiday season with new Peak & Cincona trips
We’ve had a couple of visits lately from an unusual type of bird – The Canadian Airforce search & rescue wing have come to Jamaica to assist the Jamaican Defence Force in the event of a hurricane. Three helicopters & their crews are stationed at Up Park Camp in Kingston & have dropped in for
We recently added a new roof to one of our Blue Mountain cottages named ‘Wind’ at Lime Tree Farm, apart from looking more “Alpine” the new roof keeps the cottage cooler in the hot weather & stops the water soaking through the hurricane proof slab top during wet periods. With over 1500 screws & bolts
We discovered a gem of a birding site on our doorstep, The Old Mine Road is named after a marble mine that was used up till the 1970s deep in the forest a 15 minute drive away
The completion of a new room with a view to die for of Blue Mountain itself & the Cedar & Yallus Valleys Jamaica
Jamaican birdwatching in the summertime is not quite up to the proliferation of Birds that are sighted in the spring, nevertheless, Doctorbirds (Red billed streamertails )are everywhere. In the early morning the cries of flocks of Yellow Billed parrots “going bush” to feed can be heard from Lime Tree Farm, as they return in the evening