The land where Paradise on the Beach is located was once a spot where the fishermen brought their boats ashore.
Most of the land was covered with brush and trees.
As a teenager, Lennox and his friends would borrow his father’s canoe and go out to dive for lobster, conch and fish.
They cleared out spot where they would cook their catch on a wood fire and enjoy their catch.
As young man Lennox left Jamaica for the Cayman Islands where he worked as an Autobody Technician. While there,
he often thought of his earlier days on the beach. While remembering those times, he had a vision of how that
beach could be developed into a place for all to enjoy.
When Lennox returned to Jamaica, he began to follow his vision and make it reality. The name Paradise on the Beach
was a natural fit.
Building Restaurant & Bar
Clearing the land by himself and with the help of other local area craftsmen designed and built the bar with
natural salt mango wood and thatch . Lennox sisters and his friend Peggy provided encouragement to open the
bar and also a restaurant.
In 2004 Lennox introduced Sheila and her friends to Paradise. While in Montego Bay, Sheila had hoped to find
a more “natural” location. Walking the beach at Paradise, Sheila shared her vision with Lennox and they
discovered they had shared the same dream.
Guesthouse For Visitors
In a few years, the home was built and the guesthouse followed to share with visitors the natural beauty
and tranquility of Paradise.
We are proud to work within our community by providing children with financial assistance and leadership
skills for a bright and productive future. We support Broughton Primary school with donations and
Sheila with boys new football -
Lennox painting at the school
Jamaican boys clean the beach
Fresh fish - Farm Fresh Plantains
Guest chefs prepare Curried Crabs & Dumplings cooking
on an open woodfire.