This classic 19th-century mansion captures Jamaica's architectural past. Nestled between towering palm trees overlooking ... More
This classic 19th-century mansion captures Jamaica's architectural past. Nestled between towering palm trees overlooking a fountain, the restored landmark stands out prominently amidst the urban backdrop of Kingston. Furnished with antique furniture, carpets, paintings and drapes, the house immerses visitors in colonial charm. The adjoining courtyard has craft and souvenir shops , a restaurant and an ice cream shop that specializes in exotic Jamaican fruit flavors. This Garden/Great House is truly an idyllic treasure. Admission of about US$6 includes tour.
Nice ambience, and a wonderful place to relax. You may sit in the grass, on benches or just amble around the premises. There are coffee shops, icecream parlours, pastry shops and fine restaurants for your eating pleasure. There are little hideaways too for the kissing young couple!
Devon House is a wonder historical site. You get a combination of old school and modern day. Devon House Ice Cream is amazing. So many choices and flavors, everything taste good. Brick Oven bakery also has amazing treats that taste great.
Devon House is a great place to relax on Sunday evening with your family. You can enjoy ice-cream, games & much more. The place is wonderful and just relaxing. Great for birthday parties, function, and many more. You'll have a great time when you visit this place.
Devon House is known for it's famous ice cream. It's a historic place where you can feel the ambiance of an old plantation. You can visit on a Sunday evening where all the locals & tourist come out to listen to nice music, dine & eat Devon House ice cream. With many original fruity flavors, it's the best ice cream on the island. It's a must try!
The Juice Bar in the corner of the courtyard of Devon House is fantastic. Fresh made smoothies, frappes and squeezed juices help quench your thirst on a hot Kingston day!
The Ice-Cream shop is also delicious, lots to choose from and the servings are massive.
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