Each Unit Rate: $175US per night for up to 2 guests, 3 night minimum charge.
These three apartments are perfect for 2 guests in each or up to 6 guests in total. Our three separate apartments are the most interesting units for serious beachcombers and hikers available in the east end of the island. Located very close to the lighthouse in St David’s, the suites are brand spanking new, with high end finishes and very comfortable modern furnishings. 6 plus guests can stay here with all of Coopers Island nature reserve (all 77 acres of park, headlands and beautiful beaches) 5 minutes away. Equipped with multiple electric car plug-ins and the pretty town of St Georges with jazzy restaurants and more beaches is just a short hop over. All you need is your picnic basket and good shoes and you are away adventuring. Grab some friends and enjoy our rooftop as well- Sunbathing has never been more private!
These one bedroom apartments each boast gorgeous views of Castle Harbour and the South Shore. There is a queen bed in each, a shower/tub combination, Wi-Fi, A/C and ceiling fans for your comfort. Guests have access to the homeowners Netflix account and a DVD player can be made available upon request. NO laundry facilities. All bed linen, bath and beach towels are provided. The kitchen includes a fridge, freezer, stove, oven, microwave and kettle. An iron/ironing board and hair dryer are provided. Guests have exclusive access to the porch which has views of Cooper's Island, Castle Harbour and the South Shore. Outside there is seating where you can relax and unwind. Beach chairs can also be made available upon request. The nearest bus stop is across the street. Please be advised that all three apartments are self-catering units. If you'd like maid service to be arranged this would be at an additional cost.
The property is within walking distance to the bus routes and is ten minutes away by bus, cycle or taxi from the historic town of St. George’s, Clearwater Beach, restaurants, grocery stores, and a movie theatre. There is a restaurant in St. David’s that is walking distance from the apartment called Eliana’s – very pleasant!
The old town of St. George’s features many attractions. Every Tuesday night when the cruise ships arrive there are vendors in the Town Square and the shops stay open until 9 pm. There are walking tours daily and a special re-enactment of the old ducking stool – a punishment reserved for nagging or gossiping women from a long time ago! Every street offers wonderful old houses perched right on the road allowance or set deep in lush gardens. Many buildings are old, dating from the 1600′s and 1700′s. Development in the old town has been restricted so one has the pleasure of savoring an historical setting unmarred by inappropriate development. There are museums, old government buildings and meeting halls, and handsome forts to explore in St. George’s, as well as the replica of the small ship that rescued the early settlers- this is a particular hit with children, we find… The oldest church in the Western hemisphere is the truly lovely St. Peter’s Church with its exceptional timbered interiors, handsome collections of silver and furniture, and the flanking graveyard that holds so many of the island’s earliest settlers. Good shopping, restaurants, the waterfront, museums, churches, beautiful beaches and the St. George’s golf course are all located within walking distance.
St. George’s has every convenience for the visitor combined with a beautiful harbour setting. There is a shuttle service provided in the St. George’s area for a nominal charge, and the main bus service is about a 5 minute walk and will take you to all points on the island. For the independent adventurer, there are several cycle liveries close by for those wanting to rent scooters or pedal bikes. Boat and land tours are available as well and a ferry service runs between St. George’s and Dockyard 7 days a week.
Dockyard is splendid collection of buildings dating from the early 1800’s used by the British Navy to re-provision their ships. Now converted to museums, shops and artisans studios, a trip to Dockyard is a must- and to get their by ferry will combine the pleasures of a cruise, with stunning scenery and a fascinating glimpse into Bermuda’s colonial past.
Nearby local restaurants in St. George’s include San Giorgios, Carriage House, Freddies, Temptations as well as the Waterfront Cafe. There is also an Internet Cafe on Water Street called Caffe Latte.
Wireless Broadband Internet
Smoking not allowed and Wheelchair inaccessible
Smoking not allowed
Check in: 12:00 AM (midnight)
Check out: 12:00 AM (midnight)
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