Firefly has the most stunning view in the Caribbean. The property’s magical legacy spans centuries and has been both sacred and strategic, prized by all who have lived there – from the island’s indigenous people, the Taino, to the notorious pirate-turned-governor Sir Henry Morgan.
In 1948, celebrated playwright Noël Coward acquired the property, and it stands today as Coward designed it: A modest, modern house with grand history and stunning views. At Firefly, Coward entertained glamorous personalities from movie stars to literary greats and even Britain’s Queen Mum, who famously stopped in for lunch on her 1965 trip to Jamaica.
Firefly is a 15-minute drive from GoldenEye. It is the ideal location for large parties or weddings, as well as a relaxing afternoon picnic. Plan to stay for sunset, when the bright pink, dusky blue and deep gold light converge in the sky.
Guest Services will arrange your visit to Firefly.