This English style cottage was once the home of Sir Noel Coward, the British playwright between 1956 and 1973. The cottage is set among sprawling lawns on the top of a hill overlooking the beautiful coastline, about 2 miles from Port Maria. Sir Noel Crawford fell in love with Jamaica while on holiday at the Ian Fleming’s GoldenEye in 1948. He later bought this property this property from the infamous pirate, Captain Henry Morgan and renamed it Firefly. Sir Noel Coward left the property to a close friend before death, which he turned over to the country. The Jamaica Heritage Trust now owns the historic site and visitors can now tour the grounds and see Sir Coward’s final resting place.