Dating back to the 1760's. and originally the home of a wealthy merchant, this georgian style structure is known to locals as the "Town House".
Mentioned in travel guides as a sight to see in montego bay, this red brick building has over the years served as a church manse, a synagogue, a hotel, a masonic lodge, and office space to list a few. It is most remembered, however, as the site of the highly rated Town House on Church Street restaurant.
Today, this property is listed as a Jamaica national heritage site and now renovated into a hostel called MOBAY KOTCH.
Jamaica's 2nd city
Experience the two faces that Montego Bay has on offer.
Enjoy the hustle and bustle and sometimes chaotic life as locals know it.
On the other hand, relax and chill on the white sand beaches,
explore the city and check out the sites and landmarks it has on offer.