The Perfect Blue Mountain Retreat for the independent traveller in Jamaica

Limetree Farm - spectacular views, tasteful decoration, excellent meals

Savor Jamaica’s Blue Mountain coffee at its best by heading into the crisply invigorating mountains & stay on our environmentally friendly coffee estate nestled 3,400 ft (1,036 m) above sea level

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Why Choose Us Explore your benefits

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ECO COTTAGES
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OWNER & STAFF
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EXCURSION TYPES
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HAPPY CUSTOMERS

ECO COTTAGES Check out our offers

Wood Cottage

$110.0 From / per night

This mountain view cottage offers two Queen size beds and can accommodate a maximum of four guests .

Suitable as a family room or for budget travellers to the Blue Mountains.

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Wind Cottage

$165.0 From / per night

With one double  bed and a bunk bed for children, it can accommodate a maximum of four guests (2 adults and 2 children)

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Water Cottage

$165.0 From / per night

Water is situated at the far end of the property. The most secluded of the cottages and benefits for a fresh cool breeeze blowing up from the Yallus and Cedar Valley.

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Lookout Cottage

$90.0 From / per night

The Mountain View room offers two bunk beds and can accommodate a maximum of 4  guests  and is suitable for parties of four or a family. Ideal for budget travellers to the Blue Mountains.

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Bed & Breakfast or Full Board

FAMILY FUN

Recreation

We have a wide selection of memorable hikes
Suited to all levels of walkers

28 Jamaican Endemics

Birdwatching

We offers spectacular birdwatching
Lime Tree Farm is the recommended retreat by all birders to the island
with 28 endemics available in the Blue Mountains

World Famous Blue Mountain Coffee

COFFEE EXCURSION

Take a Blue Mountain Coffee excursion 
& discover why it’s the world’s most expensive coffee

Reservations Plan Your Escape!

Testimonials What our guests think!

A Flavour of the Farm Over the Years

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