Tharp House

The Tharp House stands as a reminder of the origins of Falmouth, as well as much of Jamaica. The building was one of the homes John Tharp, the largest land owner and slave owner in region. He used his massive resources to become the owner of an array of Sugar Plantations which made him very wealthy.

Staying Close

Falmouth is a good option for those wishing to visit Tharp House, because visitors to this region of Jamaica will have the benefit of easy access to this historic attraction throughout their trip. With just a few accommodations in the area within the vicinity of Tharp House, relatively little tourist traffic should be bargained on.

Hotels near Tharp House
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Fisherman's Inn Hotel -- --
Franklyn D. Resort Resort -- --
Retreat Guesthouse Luxury Suites Guest house -- --
Royalton White Sands Resort -- --

Location and What's Nearby

This historical site is well located for travelers who are seeking a good variety of dining options close-by. Aunt Gloria's Bar and Grill, which offers Jamaican dishes, is very close-by, making it a great option for patrons here. Boardwalk Cafe and Down South Restaurant are additional food and drink options near Tharp House. At Down South Restaurant you and your companions should try a bit of Caribbean food and enjoy the culture of Jamaica.

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Location: Falmouth, Jamaica

 

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