A new kind of stay in Jamaica
By the Caribbean Journal staff
Island Outpost is offering a new kind of stay in Jamaica.
It’s called Pantrepant, and it’s a 2,500-acre farm that has long provided produce to all three Island Outpost properties in Jamaica.
The farm, nestled on the banks of the Martha Brae River in Trelawny, was first established in 1758.
Now, the company is offering the chance to stay in a two-bedroom cottage on the farm and “feast on fresh cuisine.”
Head Chef Mama J uses ingredients like ackee and calalloo, along with farm-grown scotch bonnet pepper and local dishes like salt fish.
And the whole experience is all-inclusive.
The company said overnight stays start at $1,500 per night.