EAT. PLAY. STAY.
One part music-laden, easy vibing, seaside eatery—
and one part eco-conscious, no-nonsense accommodations.
LIFE IS HARD
BLISS IS HARDER
Just across the road from Jack Sprat Restaurant, the south coast cultural hub of culinary cool, is Jack Sprat Shack—a hostel where lodging ranges from comfy bunks to quadruple rooms. This is the place where the legacy of The Harder They Come infuses all, and you're invited to eat, play & stay in this laidback haven in the land of one love.
Eat. Play. Stay.
Jack Sprat Shack is lodging designed for impassioned eco-travelers, good-natured large groups—and travelers who prioritize awesome value. From sports teams to backpackers, journeyers are privy to two floors of unique accomodations.
The ground level features a duo of spacious hostels with enough bunks for 42 people and premium communal facilities &em; while the higher level has six private bedrooms with private bathrooms, with setups ranging from twins to quads.
Come for the one-of-a-kind countryside and seaside vibes of Treasure Beach, dine on the sea’s finest catches—and rest easy in the village’s newest, most relaxed and gratifying spot to lodge.
Ground floor dorms are designed with 42 bunkbeds and shared bathrooms
Six upper floor bedrooms feature twin beds and private baths
Meet new people in a communal livingroom and dining area
Private lockers are perfect for storing personal possessions
Kick back in solar-powered air conditioning and hot water
Daily housekeeping keeps the place tip top
A flatscreen TV comes with channels galore
Free wifi for all (as it should be)
A talented chef is available to cook delicious fare at the Shack for an extra fee
REACH OUT AND
RESERVE YOUR SPOT
Single room with 4 beds
$ 140 US
Peak season: $200 (Christmas and New Years)
Single room with 2 beds
$ 90 US
Peak season $150 (Christmas and New Years)
Shared room with bunk beds
$ 25 US
Peak season $35 (Christmas and New Years)