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Sekhmet s Healing Retreat

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Sekhmet s Healing Retreat

Mandeville, Manchester

Explore the area

  • Popular LocationMega Mart9 min walk
  • Popular LocationCecil Charlton Park15 min walk
  • Popular LocationManchester Parish Court15 min walk

About this area

Mandeville

This bed & breakfast is located in Mandeville. Manchester Parish Court and Marshall's Pen Great House are local landmarks, and travelers looking to shop may want to visit Mega Mart and Reliance Centre.

What's nearby

  • Mega Mart - 9 min walk
  • Cecil Charlton Park - 15 min walk
  • Reliance Centre - 15 min walk
  • Manchester Parish Court - 15 min walk
  • Mandeville Market - 16 min walk

About this property

Sekhmet s Healing Retreat

A rustic space for you to unwind & rejuvenate in total tranquility & privacy within a relaxed informal atmosphere. Invigorate your mind, body & soul by reconnecting with nature.

Homemade vegan meals and fresh juices made from mainly homegrown produce.

Sekhmet s Retreat is a secluded, rustic & homely space situated atop the salubrious hills of Mandeville, Jamaica. Surrounded by rolling green hills and lush valleys, as you arrive you will immediately feel the lightness of the atmosphere as your body opens up to welcome in the purer air.

Guests can have as much or as little interaction with the hosts - it s totally up to you! You will be provided with authentic vegan foods and freshly made fruit juices designed and prepared by our very own experienced international chef. We also offer private car rental, airport shuttle service and personalised tours accompanied by the host, if requiired. A complete plane-to-door service.

Mandeville is the capital of the parish of Manchester. It has a town square, parish church and clock tower, and many large, elegant early nineteenth-century houses line the winding streets in the town centre. The grassy square is somewhat like a village green and Mandeville has been described as the most English town in Jamaica.