Summer Price: Apr. 1, 2015 – Oct. 31, 2015 (includes Christmas-New Year Weeks): $6300 a week for 8 guests. $1,260 a day, for periods of less than 1 week.
Winter Price: Nov. 1, 2015 – Mar. 31, 2016: $5000 a week for 8 guests. $1000 a day, for periods of less than 1 week. Holiday weekends and Christmas at Summer rate.
Summer Price: Apr. 1, 2016 – Oct. 31, 2016 (includes Christmas-New Year Weeks): $6930 a week for 8 guests. $1,385 a day, for periods of less than 1 week.
Winter Price: Nov. 1, 2016 – Mar. 31, 2017: $5500 a week for 8 guests. $1100 a day, for periods of less than 1 week. Holiday weekends and Christmas at Summer rate.
Summer Price: Apr. 1, 2017 – Oct. 31, 2017 (includes Christmas-New Year Weeks): $7625 a week for 8 guests. $1,525 a day, for periods of less than 1 week.
Additional Price: $50 per night for each additional person, including children.
Stunning 7 bedroom, 5 1/2 bathroom house dating from the late 1780’s. Nestled into a large estate with quick access to the tranquil Cambridge Beach, in Somerset.
Two pack and plays are included for your little ones, free of charge. We also have hairdryers for the unit.
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5 full bedrooms with 3 private bathrooms. Two of the main floor bedrooms share a full bath and a 1/2 bath on the main floor extension.
In addition to the 5 full bedrooms on the upper floor, there are sleeping accommodations for up to 4 additional guests on the lower level in a curtained, partitioned great room: suitable for singles or children, but not couples sharing the space.
Each bedroom has a double or larger bed, and bathrooms are 3 piece units with newly updated appliances. The master bathroom has a bathtub as well.
Upstairs 5 bedrooms: #1) 18 x 18 with king and private bath, #2) 18 x 14 with queen and private bath, #3) 14 x 13 with 2 twins and private bath, #4) 12 x 10 with king and full bath, #5) 20 x 14 with queen and 1/2 bath.
Downstairs bedrooms: #6) and #7) 26 x 16 with king and 16 x 12 with queen, shared access adjoining TV room, with double and single daybeds, and one full bath.
This unit has full, unrestricted access to wireless Internet. Each bedroom offers air conditioning, and there fans in the house as well.
The kitchen offers an oversized stove and oven, large fridge, microwave, and a drinks/beer fridge, as well as all the kitchen equipment you will need to prepare a gourmet meal. The pantry allows for plenty of storage space for the goodies you’ll purchase at any of Bermuda’s luxury food emporiums, or bring with you.
Two grocery stores are a 5 minutes’ walk down Cambridge Road.
Nearest bus stop is a 5 minutes’ walk in either direction from the property.
Air conditioning in all bedrooms.
Stainless steel BBQ, large enough for a meal up to 12 people.
1 X 46″ AND 2 X 32″ televisions, DVD, cable with 120 stations, full stereo system and cd player, and full wireless internet with one desktop Mac computer.
There is also a large cooler at the house for your use, as well as a medium cooler, and a few smaller lunch coolers. For lounging at the beach, there are a few small folding chairs for your use.
Comfortably decorated and renovated with all the modern conveniences, the gracious old Bermuda home provides a wonderful venue for a family reunion, or a getaway for friends who want to enjoy a tropical setting with secret paths down to the beach, hammocks and quiet flower-filled gardens for your pleasure.
Cambridge Beach is a 2-3 minute walk from the main house using a path that travels under trellises of Bermudian flowers and lovely cultivated gardens.
The entrance, living room and dining room all have antique cedar hardwood floors hearkening back to the days when the house was the original Cambridge Beaches Hotel. The original wrap-around veranda offers a welcome respite from the sun and the perfect place to catch the cool breezes off the ocean.
Grocery stores and little restaurants are a short 5 minute drive away with fabulous dining options in Somerset village, Dockyard and at the many fine restaurants down the south shore including Pompano, The Reefs, Henry VIII, The Southampton Princess ( 5 restaurants there including the fabled Newport Room) , the Waterlot Inn, Willowbank and many others.
Interesting places to see in the vicinity would include Dockyard. The extraordinary installation features a collection of spectacular buildings erected for navy re-provisioning in the very early 1800’s. The Maritime Museum out at Dockyard on Ireland Island has fascinating displays of items from Bermuda’s extraordinarily colorful past, fully restored. The Commissioners House is an iron structure with the most commanding view of the island to be seen anywhere- from end to end. Other handsome buildings now house art galleries, museums, cafes, artist’s workshops, theatres and pubs as well as a major ferry stop that will whisk you into Hamilton and on to St. Georges. Heading east by road towards Hamilton, you will be charmed with the town of Somerset- it has a post office and pharmacy, nice places to dine and little shops where you can re-provision while admiring the views and the mangrove-edged beach. Ely’s Harbour at Somerset Bridge has a small marina where you can rent boats and explore the multitude of small islands just offshore including Cathedral Rocks. A bus-ferry pass to get around would be a good thing to have if mopeds are not your style!
The Railway Trail is nearby as well, and offers a peek into Old Bermuda, as the trail wends away from the main road and past some fascinating old homes and farms with jaw dropping views. The grand beaches at Horseshoe, Warwick Long Bay and Elbow are a short bus or moped ride away and some are serviced public beaches with cafes, beach chair and umbrella rentals available. The Watford Bridge terminal is half a mile walk away. The local Supermarket is close by as well and spirits are sold until 9pm, and groceries can be purchased there until midnight. Casual dining can be enjoyed at “Traditions Café” or the “Country Squire Restaurant” and the “Frog and Onion Pub” and the “Freeport Restaurant” is 10 minutes away at Dockyard.
The Southampton Princess Golf Course, Port Royal and Riddells Bay are all in the western end of the island. The Somerset Bridge Post Office has free internet for people who do not have a laptop.
House rentals require a lease, and a security damage deposit. The balance payment is made 6 weeks in advance of the tenancy commencement. We read the electricity meter at the beginning and at the end of your visit: included in the price is $200.00 a week’s worth of power and if you go over that, the overage is deducted from the damage deposit. Electricity costs 330% more in Bermuda than in the USA, and you are requested and expected to conserve by turning off air conditioning when you go out, hanging clothes on the line to dry whenever possible etc. Included is an allotment of $200.00 a week’s worth of water as well. We just ask you to respect island conservation measures at all times.
There is a boat rental a minute walk down the street at the dock in Mangrove Bay. Lasers, kayaks, Boston Whalers and all the snorkel gear you’ll need for rent is available there. We recommend Oleander Cycles as they have a kiosk next door at the Cambridge Beach Hotel and will also deliver. http://www.oleandercycles.bm/
Key points of interest are the Crystal caves, http://www.bermuda.com/caves/ and The Royal Naval dockyard, and Maritime museum http://www.bermuda.com/attractions/dockyard.
Discount rate available for families and groups for Segway tours, must be 16yrs and over. Can be arranged with the owner when booking.
No power adapter is required for North American guests.
No Smoking is Allowed.
Electricity costs 4 times more in Bermuda!
You are expected to conserve.
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7 Bedroom House