just off the town square in a pleasant garden: a small hotel, with pool, restaurant and bar. It is owner-managed by the McIntyre family and noted for good food and service. Prior to 1875, the site was the Officers Quarters and Mess of the incumbent British regiment. This was converted into the Waverly Hotel, then the Brooks Hotel and became the Mandeville Hotel in 1912. Very popular with locals for over 100 years.
ASTRA is a Country Inn, Tourism information centre and home away from home marketed by Diana McIntyre-Pike, (daughter of the owners of The Mandeville). Comfortable rooms, good food and Jamaican hospitality.
GOLF VIEW INN: New, comfortable rooms overlooking the Golf Course, owned by Mr and Mrs James, operators of
Olde Wharf Hotel in Treasure Beach.
CALEDONIA GUEST HOUSE: Refurbished great house on a hill off Caledonia Avenue. Good View of Mandeville. Operated in association with Caribic Tours.
The High Mountain Coffee and Chocolate Factory at Williamsfield, the Pickapepper Sauce Factory at Shooters Hill and the Bammy Factory in Mandeville can all be toured by appointment.
Appleton Rum Tour - The Appleton Estate has been producing sugar and rum since 1749.It is the largest of three sugar estates/factories owned by J. Wray and Nephew. The Rum Tour covers all aspects of production with an introductory video presentation followed by a visit to the distillery.
En route you will see the 100 year old donkey driven cane mill and sample fresh cane juice, molasses, wet sugar, high wine and finally Appleton Rum, considered by some connoisseurs to be the finest in the world.