East of Eden Villa is a charming 4 bedroom villa overlooking the Caribbean Sea and forming part of the prestigious Ironshore Estates. The combination of a spacious living area equipped with modern conveniences such as cable TV, VCR, telephone, computer, stereo system, along with an extensively covered verandah; along with ample space for lounging and dining, provides the best of both indoor and outdoor living experience.

Each of the air conditioned suites has its own private bathroom. The tropical garden has fruit-bearing trees such as bananas, ackee, sour sap, breadfruit, limes and oranges. There is an inviting pool and rooftop sun deck that offers spectacular ocean views. The villa is completely staffed with a cook, maid/laundress and 24-hour security. The friendly on-site management greet all guests and are happy to cater to individual needs.


East of Eden Villa offers luxury while nestled within a resort estate neighborhood to ensure ultimate privacy. Renting the villa affords you exclusive use of the complete staff, villa, and amenities.
Rates are based on double occupancy per room.

East of Eden is located on an exquisite stretch of Jamaica's beautiful north coast within a 10 mile span of the bustling town of Montego Bay. Close proximity to the Sangster International airport enables guests convenient access to the villa within 15 minutes after clearing Customs.
Because the villa is located on a hillside, the views from the estate are breathtakingly refreshing and relaxing.

Your chef will do your grocery shopping and meal preparation. He will pre-purchase your first few meals plus pantry staples, then finish the week's shopping after meeting with you upon your arrival. At week's end, receipts for all food and beverages will be given to you for reimbursement on your villa account.
A typical grocery budget is $280 - $315 USD per adult per week, less for children. This amount may vary depending on current market prices, menus, and your own dietary needs and preferences.
An approximate food budget is $40 US per adult per day.

While guests are still sleeping, your chef is preparing a gourmet breakfast meal beginning with pots of steaming Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee and the best of herbal teas.

On the verandah, your full breakfast may consist of: freshly squeezed orange juice, fresh tropical fruit, gingered lavender pancakes, or the Jamaican traditional dish of ackee and salt fish, fried dumpling, breadfruit.

For lunch and dinner, your chef will prepare his own mix of Jamaican specialties including fresh, homemade soups, lobster, curried goat, jerk chicken, fresh fish, rice and peas or traditional American cuisine. Dessert is always delicious.