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Season: All year
Rooms: 8 large bedrooms
Meal plan: All meals & beverages
Patios: 4 large – seats 6 individuals on each
Living Rooms: 2
Dining Rooms: 2
Over 4000 sq ft of living space
Telephone: Country code: 1 876. There are no area codes.
Mobile Telephone: Several roaming agreements exist with a number of international mobile phone networks. Some companies offer handsets for short-term rental on a per-day basis.
Internet: Available at numerous cyber cafes and at libraries.
Post: Each community has one central post office. An airmailed postcard takes one and half to two weeks to reach US/Europe/Canada.
Media: Jamaica enjoys a free press and its newspapers frequently criticize the establishment. The broadcast media are predominantly commercial with three terrestrial TV broadcasters and a handful of local cable channels. The main newspapers are privately owned.
Press: Daily papers are The Jamaica Gleaner, The Jamaica Star and The Jamaica Observer. Jampress is the government-run national news agency.
TV: Television Jamaica Limited (TVJ) is private. The other channels include private channel CVM Television and religious channel Love TV.
Radio: Radio Jamaica Ltd (RJR) operates three commercial networks: RJR 94 FM; entertainment station FAME-FM; music and sports station Radio 2 FM. Other commercial stations include Kool 97, News Talk 93, Irie FM, Hot 102, KLAS FM and Power 106. Roots 96.1 FM is a community station. Love FM is a religious station. BBC Caribbean Service and World Service radio programs are available via the BBC 104 FM network.