The Tryall Club requires all villa and condo guests to become a member during their stay via a temporary membership fee of $130 (plus 15% service charge) per week for guests 16 years and older, or $26 (plus 15% service charge) per person per day for stays of less than seven days.
Little Hill was built in 1959 by the acclaimed architect Robert Hartley. It is built in the classic West Indies style around a 30-foot diameter swimming pool with extensive covered terraces throughout.
The house is superbly situated on its own hill of five and three quarter acres and is surrounded by beautiful grounds. There are striking 360 degree views of the surrounding area from an elevation of 200-feet. There are views of the sea, the forest and the internationally acclaimed golf course. It is also the only villa at Tryall to offer a private tennis court.
Little Hill has solid mahogany doors and floors throughout and is the perfect house for entertaining with seating for twenty-four on a hundred foot long terrace and because of its elevated position, it enjoys gentle breezes throughout the year. The house is extremely well furnished and has particularly fine linens and china.
There are four double bedrooms with bathrooms as well as good cupboard space and safes in all of the bedrooms. The master bedroom and bathroom is wheelchair friendly. There are fans in all of the rooms as well as new air-conditioning units. Each bedroom has a flat screen television and there is wi-fi with internet throughout the house.
The villa is entered through double mahogany doors to a two level entrance hall with a fine 18th century cut stone floor and stone staircase leading to the main areas of the villa. The focal point is the cathedral ceilinged living room furnished in blue and white leading to the bar and card room, all with beautiful parquet floors. On the west side of the villa there is a covered terrace 100 feet long which affords one of the main sitting areas outside the bar and card room. On the east side of the villa, the long covered terrace provides a number of seating areas and is a popular area for entertaining around the pool. There is also a powder room, flower room and music centre in this area.
• A $500 to $1,000 security deposit will be collected either by credit card or by wire transfer prior to checking in. It will be refunded after checkout provided there are no damages or charges incurred to the villa (phone calls etc.).
Imagine 2,200 acres of bewitching natural beauty where rolling hills and valleys tumble down to one and a half miles of private shoreline and beach club. An escape where you never need visit a grocery store, prepare a meal, where a team of nannies is available to entertain the children and all you need consider if whether to bask languidly in the private swimming pool, take an active tennis lesson, join your husband for a round of golf, skim the waves on a Hobie Cat, gather your thoughts on an early morning jog around our blissfully quiet estate, explore a nature trail or simply do nothing at all. This is the Tryall Club, home to an informally luxurious wellness lifestyle that is as unique as it is different and one where classical, warm Jamaican hospitality prevails.
Dining at Tryall Club
• Relaxed and informal and located right beside the sea, the Beach Restaurant & Bar is open for both lunch as well as dinner. The menus incorporate the fresh produce grown in our organic garden. Irrigated by water from our own mountain spring, the organic garden is tended by two specialized agricultural staff. It grows a wide variety of salad leaves, herbs, arugula, tomatoes and other vegetables.
Activities and Experiences at Tryall Club
One of Tryall’s most enduring features, the 18-hole, 6836-yard Tryall Golf Course is the work of celebrated golf course designer Ralph Plummer. Plummer, who worked on over 100 courses during his 40-year career, created an amazing course for Tryall.
With facilities that are ranked amongst the finest in the Caribbean. The tennis centre includes nine courts, 24 pros, hitting partners and ball boys in season as well as exceptional training facilities and a reputation that draws world champions as well as world championships. The Tennis Pro Shop is located opposite the tennis courts and also accommodates the gymnasium. It is also the reception area for those guests who have reserved a court for play. The shop sells a comprehensive range of white tennis wear for both men and women as well as other tennis-related accessories. Open daily from 7 PM to 7 PM during high season and 7 AM to 6 PM during low season.
The dazzling waters of the Caribbean are one of the world’s finest arenas for water sports and there are few who can resist the temptation of plunging into the warm azure waters of this magnificent ocean. The Beach Club offers the choice of an expansive palm shaded beach or a stunning zero-entry heated infinity-edge swimming pool directly above the beach. Full service is available both at the beach as well as the pool. The Quiet Beach is located directly opposite the Driving Range and to the east of the Beach Restaurant. This smaller beach is specifically for those seeking tranquility and little activity.
Located next to the Tennis Pro Shop, the Kid's Club welcomes children from the ages of five and twelve years to be part of the Kid's Club Programme. Selected activities are also available to toddlers who are accompanied by babysitters. The Kid's Club programmes are available from 10 AM Monday to Saturday with a break for lunch from 12 PM to 1 PM During the period 1 May to 1 November, the Kid's Club is open from 10 AM until 5 PM Monday to Friday.
The Tryall Boutique which is located beside the entrance to the Great House carries a range of classic resort wear and accessories for adults and children as well as Cuban cigars, books and interesting souvenir items. Down at the beach in the round hut is Sin Ting Beachy where all manner of beach-related merchandise is available including sun screen, beach toys for children and ice creams. At the Tryall Market you can browse and purchase from an extensive collection of food as well as wines and spirits. Much of the produce is locally grown with an emphasis on organic producers and there are many specialist items that are normally hard to find. Upon check-in you can open an account and charge food items to your villa, paying on departure.