E40. Two bedroom cottage in St. George's
- SQM 1
Summer Price (March 1 – May 20 & July 1 – Sept 30): $350 per night for up to 4 guests; $45.00 for each additional guest to a maximum of 6. No extra fees !
Summer Price (May 21 – June 30): $400 per night for up to 4 guests; $45.00 for each additional guest to a maximum of 6 . No extra fees !
Winter Price: $350 per night for up to 4 guests; $45.00 for each additional guest to a maximum of 6. No extra fees !
Deposit is paid by check, wire or Paypal: Balance ONLY can be paid by CREDIT CARD.
Located close to the St. George’s Cricket Club, parks and the waterfront, our handsome and very spacious apartment is modern and crisply furnished. Excellent bus route into Hamilton runs later into the evening.
Bed sizes:* Master Bedroom: Queen
* Second Bedroom: 2 twins/ can be made into 1 King.
* Additional pull out Queen sofa available.
Master bathroom has a walk-in shower, 5 ft corner Jacuzzi tub; Guest bathroom has a Jacuzzi tub/shower combo
All rooms have ceiling fans and AC units.Washer and dryer in laundry room plus Beach towels available.
Local calls only phone available PLUS Internet (Wireless) and Cable TV .
Stereo with CD player and iPod jack in LR; DVD player in LR.
Iron & ironing board, Coffee maker, Microwave, Hair dryer
Patio furniture – Iron & ironing board, Coffee maker, microwave, toaster.
No baby equipment available (please bring your own pack and play)
No BBQ – so sorry! No pets can be accommodated.
Free transfer to the house from the airport on the day of arrival!
Disabled guests: Not completely accessible. The house is on one level, but there is a step down to the outside porch.
Closest swimming beach: Tobacco Bay or Clear Water
Closest bus stop: 4 mins walk; Mullet Bay
Closest ferry stop: St. George’s
Closest moped rental: St.George’s
Closest convenience store: 4 mins walk; Cousins
Closest grocery store: Somers Market in St. George’s
Closest pharmacy: St. George’s
Closest restaurant: Take out – Sabrina’s 4 mins walk
The former capital of Bermuda, the Town of St. George’s will take you back nearly 400 years to 1612. Now a World Heritage Site, the town is the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the English New World. The extraordinary atmosphere of the town is captured not in its gentrification but in the fact the folks live in these ancient buildings and that the ongoing matter of everyday business has somehow been managed within the confines of a pretty town with winding roads and oddly shaped buildings perched curbside. Its history embraces many roles: a thriving frontier town, military and naval outpost and colonial capital to name a few. Crammed now with pretty shops and attractive cafes, it is centered on a beautiful waterfront square, with museums and galleries just steps away, including a replica of the Deliverance. This tiny ship bore the early settlers on to Jamestown, Virginia after a year of collecting food and ship building to escape the island they were shipwrecked upon.
Buses run into Hamilton and beyond, and there is a ferry service into Hamilton as well: please check the schedules on the homepage of bermuda-accommodations.com for times of departure and return. As the island is only 22 miles long, even at the sedate pace of 14 to 20 miles an hour, you can explore the entire island comfortably from your taxi, on the mopeds or by public transportation. For golfers, the Mid Ocean Golf Course or the new Tucker’s Point Resort (with some lovely dining options as well) are about 15 minutes away by taxi or bus. Ocean View in Devonshire, as well as many others further west (see website homepage for details) welcome last minute tee time inquiries as well! We also have an on island contact who can book all your golfing arrangements for you: email Karen Marsh email@example.com for details.
Good shopping, restaurants, the waterfront, museums, churches, Segway Tours, beautiful beaches (Tobacco Bay, Achilles Bay, Fort St. Catherine’s Beach etc.) and the pubs and cafes 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 available in St. George’s, 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.
Dockyard (at the furthest western point of the island) is another 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 there by ferry will combine the pleasures of a cruise, with stunning scenery and a fascinating glimpse into Bermuda’s colonial past. In between, there are a myriad of lovely things to see and do: huge parks and series of pristine beaches (Cooper’s Island being the most notable) and John Smith’s Bay (see these and many other beaches and parks under our Beaches and Attractions section) and that’s before you get to the fabled Elbow Beach, Horseshoe Bay and Church Bay and all the little coves and beaches in between.
This holiday will be magical. Call us today!
2 Bedroom, 1 Kitchen
CookingCooking utensils, Kitchen stove, Oven, Refrigerator
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