E37. Summer Price: (Apr 1 – Oct 31, includes Christmas-New Year Weeks) $375 per night for 4 guests + $50 per additional guest to a maximum of 5. 4 night minimum charge.
Winter Price: (Nov 1 – Mar 31) $275 per night for 4 guests + $50 per additional guest to a maximum of 5. 4 night minimum charge.
*E37 has a $125 cleaning fee per week*
E37A. Price: $150 per night for 2 guests. 4 night minimum charge.
*E37A has a $75 cleaning fee per week*
*Summer rates apply during the holiday season, any reservation including dates from Dec 20 - Jan 5 will be at the summer rate*
E37: The pretty 2 bedroom cottage lies in the heart of the historic town of St. George’s, only 1 block away from the harbour front. With water views from both upstairs bedrooms, E37 can accommodate a maximum of 5 guests. A King sized bed in the Master Bedroom and 2 Twin Beds in the second bedroom. A 5th can be accommodated on the couch.
The cottage has air-conditioning as well as ceiling fans for your comfort. Both bedrooms are upstairs. The master bathroom has a shower/tub combination and the second bedroom has a small en suite bathroom with a shower.
A full kitchen is available including freezer space, coffee maker, microwave, fridge, and stove. You can prepare all your own meals with all the comforts of home and enjoy eating on the outdoor patio! A BBQ is provided.
Unlimited Wi-Fi is available (90Mbps- the opportunity to increase speed is available if the tenant pays for the upgrade) and there is a TV in E37. A hair dryer is provided. Laundry facilities can be made available to those guests staying 7 nights or more, and an iron is available for all guests. There is no maid service as this is a self-catering unit. All bed linens and bath towels provided.
There are 4 steps outside the home, while there are 10 steps within E37. Therefore, this property is not suitable for wheelchairs or folks with walking limitations. Small children are permitted with pack n play and baby gates available upon request.
E37A: The cute studio apartment lies in the heart of the historic town of St. George’s, only 1 block away from the harbour front. The studio can accommodate a maximum of 2 guests. The unit offers a Queen bed, bathroom with a shower, air-conditioning as well as ceiling fans for your comfort. The kitchen includes freezer space, coffee maker, microwave, fridge, toaster oven, stove, oven, toaster and kettle. You can prepare all your own meals with all the comforts of home! A gas BBQ is also provided.
Unlimited WiFi is available (90Mbps- the opportunity to increase speed is available if the tenant pays for the upgrade) and there is a TV in E37A, there is no cable however you can connect to Netflix. A hair dryer is provided along with a washer/dryer. There is no maid service as this is a self-catering unit. All bed linens and bath towels provided.
There are steps within E37A, therefore this property is not suitable for wheelchairs or folks with walking limitations.
The closest swimming beach is Tobacco Bay which is within walking distance (about a 10 minute walk) and Fort St. Catherine Beach is nearby as well (about a 15 minute walk). Robertson’s Pharmacy is nearby for any pharmaceutical needs and Somers Supermarket is nearby as well for groceries.
The bus stop is only a 1 minute walk from the property, which is especially convenient if you will not be renting mopeds. And the ferry runs in season from the harbour! Lots of nice places to eat as well…
Guests who've rented a Twizy can recharge the car at the nearby public charging station on Clarence Street.
The nearby town of St. George’s has now been declared a World Heritage site which makes it a very attractive location for visitors. The former capital of Bermuda will take you back nearly 400 years to 1612. 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 but 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. There is a fine golf course behind the town, gardens and churches to explore and dazzling beaches in the area. Buses run into Hamilton and beyond, and there is a ferry service into Hamilton as well.
Wireless Broadband Internet
Children welcome, Pets not allowed, Smoking not allowed and Wheelchair inaccessible
Kitchen & dining
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
Check in: 12:00 AM (midnight)
Check out: 12:00 AM (midnight)
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