Manor Guest House in Hamilton Bermuda
Edgehill Manor Guest House Hamilton Bermuda Bed and Breakfast B&B Guesthouse Lodgings Accommodations
Host: Bridget Marshall
Address: Edgehill Manor Guest House, P.O. Box 1048, Hamilton HMEX Bermuda
Activities/Attractions: Bermuda is a tropical island that just happens to be conveniently located outside the Caribbean. Each year, thousands of tourists are drawn to the little island of Bermuda, which boasts beaches of beautiful exotic pink powdery sand as well as a host of great attractions. The 32 gorgeous beaches found on Bermuda each feature their own unique allure and charm, so vacationers will have plenty of sandy spots to choose from. Along with beaches, Bermuda has a number of other great attractions to suit the tastes of all kinds of travelers. So whether you're looking for a relaxing day at the beach or you're ready to get out and explore this fascinating island, Bermuda offers plenty of great attractions.
The City of Hamilton, a port city, is the capital and administrative, commercial, entertainment and shopping center of Bermuda. The mood is relaxed and amiable. Throughout the town British influences have blended comfortably with the casual island style. Visitors can explore elegant buildings like the Royal Yacht Club and Historical Museum, or take a ride in a quaint horse-drawn "surrey with a fringe on the top".
Hamilton's pride is the Georgian-style Sessions House, on Church Street. It dates back to 1815 and serves as Bermuda's House of Assembly and Supreme Court. It is also worth visiting Fort Hamilton, particularly for the splendid views it offers of the city, harbour and Gibb's Hill Lighthouse. At midday every Monday shows are staged with bagpipers and traditional dancers.
From Hamilton one can take a 15-minute walk to one of Bermuda's more recent attractions, the state-of-the-art Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute. This is a multi-million dollar institute built to showcase the natural wonders of the surrounding oceans. The Institute offers a simulated dive in a capsule and interactive exhibits detailing local reef wrecks, plant and animal life.
"Great location 10 minute walk from Front street stores/ ferry in downtown Hamilton."
General Information: Welcome to Edgehill Manor Guest House ... an old colonial style mansion, superbly situated high on a hill, a very short walking distance from the City of Hamilton, Bermuda. Included on the property is a fresh water swimming pool surrounded by beautiful flowers and shrubbery. The fresh water pool is set in a semi-tropical garden where you can enjoy a leisurely day, or have lunch in peaceful surroundings.
The interior of Edgehill Manor is equally beautiful with no expense spared for the tasteful furnishings and decor. Our four upper rooms have private balconies and wonderful views of the colourful subtropical landscape. The three ground floor rooms have private terraces. Additionally, all rooms are air conditioned, but our four upper rooms also have high powered ceiling fans for those of you who dislike air conditioning. All of our bedrooms have:
Additionally, one of our Deluxe rooms on a lower level, has its own entrance with private terrace overlooking the pool, as well as private kitchen; this is most suitable for families and can easily accommodate four people. Several Rooms have either a full kitchen, kitchenette or min-kitchen, which can be reserved for longer stays.
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).
Continental Breakfast is served from 7:30 am - 9:30am daily.
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"We stayed in the only family room at Edgehill to accommodate myself, my wife, 14 year old daughter and 8 year old son. Stayed for 3 very nice nights of our 7 night stay in Bermuda ... The staff and Mrs. Marshall could not be more pleasant and helpful, making us fell right at home as soon as we arrived. Beautiful pool for the kids to swim ... All rooms have walk out terraces (like ours) or balconies overlooking the pool and/or the neighborhood. Edgehill is located about a 10 minute walk from downtown, in a very nice neighborhood of Hamilton, the capital, that was a pleasant walk that we made many times. Lots of shopping in Hamilton ... we enjoyed it very much and felt we were able to obtain a good sense of the Hamilton community that we would not have had staying at a hotel."