There’s something in the water at Jamaica Inn, and we invite you to experience it. Win a three-night stay, plus artwork by Nina Brooke worth £950.
Located along the tropical beaches of Ocho Rios on Jamaica’s north coast, Jamaica Inn has hosted a long list of creative names. It’s where Marylin Monroe honeymooned, and where Ian Fleming coined possibly the catchiest phrase in Hollywood history: shaken not stirred. One of the more recent creatives to visit, seascape artist Nina Brooke, took up a two-week residency as she painted her stunning Jamaica Inn Collection.
We’ve teamed up with Jamaica Inn and Nina Brooke to offer one lucky reader (and a plus one) the chance to check into paradise with a three-night stay. You’ll also get to take a slice home with you, as Nina adds one of the paintings she created during her stay to the prize.
Once you arrive, it won’t take long to slip into the Jamaican way-of-life, sipping a rum cocktail underneath the lush palms, breaking only for some yoga, a dip in the Caribbean Sea, or a signature treatment at The Ocean Spa – where you can even forage ingredients to create your own body scrub.
The natural beauty – and bounty – goes some way to explain all the creativity oozing out of this hotel and, who knows, it may even inspire you to put paint to canvas too.
What does the prize include?
- 3 night stay at Jamaica Inn for two people, including breakfast each morning
- 1 complimentary dinner at the main restaurant or at Teddy’s Grill (food only)
- 1 complimentary spa foraging experience, as well as one signature treatment
- Rum tasting at Teddy’s Bar OR a glass bottom boat tour
- Original, signed art by Nina Brooke created right here on the property: ‘Reef Swimming’
Value : £950.00
30 x 30 cm
Acrylic on board
Made at Jamaica Inn
Signed by the artist
Framed with a hand-made white box frame
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ABOUT JAMAICA INN
An adult-only hotel, Jamaica Inn is a charming, elegant property, located on a slice of the island’s tropical coastline. Each of the 55 rooms have stunning sea views and are decorated with timeless furnishings, transporting guests to a bygone era.
ABOUT NINA BROOKE
From her base in Cornwall, Nina Brooke travels the world for artistic inspiration. A seascape artist, and alumna of Falmouth Art School, recent trips include Sri Lanka, Costa Rica, and of course, Jamaica.