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.
Those wishing to visit Tharp House may choose to book their trip in Falmouth, as guests staying in this part of Jamaica will have easy access to this historic attraction for the duration of their trip. With only a small number of accommodations around the neighborhood within the vicinity of Tharp House, a small amount of foot movement can be expected.
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If your belly starts rumbling during your trip to Tharp House, you should think about getting a bite to eat at one of the nearest restaurants. The most nearby restaurant is Down South Restaurant where you and your companions will want to try a bit of Caribbean dishes and enjoy the Jamaica scene., which has a menu full of Jamaican meals. Also within a short distance, you will come across options such as and
Location: Falmouth, Jamaica
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