Granaway Guest House in Warwick Bermuda
Granaway Guest House Warwick Bermuda Guesthouse Cottage Bed and Breakfast B&B Lodgings Accommodations

Hosts: Michael & Carol Ashton

Bedrooms: 5 and 1 guest cottage.

Address: Harbour Road, P.O. Box WK 533 - Warwick, Bermuda

Telephone: 441 236 3747

Fax: 441 236 3749

Activities/Attractions: Warwick Parish has some of the best pink sand beaches and coves in Bermuda. Many people chose Jobsons Cove or Astwood Park as a spot to get married in! There are several good restaurants in Warwick, and it is home to Spicelands Riding and The Windreach Recreational Village. St. Mary's Church is the nicest old church in the parish. There is also a bowling alley, on Middle Road. The views form the Harbour Road, and indeed the South Shore are absolutely stunning.

The main city of Hamilton is easily and charmingly within reach by a short walk along Harbour Road to a ride on one of Bermuda's quaint ferry boats. Granaway is also convenient to the Middle Road bus routes. Our central location enables our guests to travel to the South Shore beaches only 2-3 miles distant in 5-10 minutes by moped or taxi or an enjoyable 30-45 minute walk, part of which is along Bermuda's scenic railway trail and picturesque Tribe roads.

Special features at Granaway include a luxurious garden where guests may choose to enjoy breakfast. The elegant swimming pool is surrounded by lush tropical foliage where one may be lulled by the sounds of the fountain. There is also a waterside patio and swimming area excellent for an early morning dip, snorkelling and barbequing and stargazing. We invite you to join us in an intimate moment enjoying the sun as it sets gloriously over the Somerset shoreline.

"The Granaway Guest House is a very nice place to stay in Bermuda and of course one of the least expensive options. The room was spacious and clean, the owners very friendly, and the fresh baked muffins and toast w/jam was a great start to the day. They have a really nice pool with a fountain that my kids loved, and since it's a guest house, chances are you'll have the pool all to yourself."

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Granaway Guest House

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Granaway Guest House Patio

General Information: Welcome to Granaway Guest House in Warwick, Bermuda ... an elegant manor house built in 1734, looks out on Granaway Deep and the sparsely inhabited islands scattered throughout the Great Sound. "Granaway Deep" was a prime anchorage for the privateers in the 18th and 19th centuries and Granaway, as well as several other stately waterfront homes, was used as a storeroom for the "booty."

Share a taste of the past with us at Granaway where along with old cedar beams there are now modern conveniences such as private bathrooms and air conditioning or heat in all rooms. The main house has five guest rooms where a continental breakfast of freshly baked muffins and fresh fruit is served daily with antique silver and Herend china on Bermuda cedar trays. If you want your own romantic retreat, ''Granaway Cottage", formerly the slaves quarters, has also been updated with:

  • bathroom
  • full kitchen
  • beautiful hand-painted Italian floor tiles
  • a fireplace for cozy evenings in the winter
  • air-conditioning for the summer. There is a private patio overlooking the "Deep" and the city of Hamilton, a mile to the East across Hamilton Harbour

Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Amex.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars)


Continental breakfast served in your room is included with the guest rooms.

"My wife and I just returned from a week at the Granaway Guest House and highly recommend it. We are frequent visitors to Bermuda and Granaway is a great find. We rented their cottage which is very quiet and private - with its' own garden and a very complete kitchen. The pool is lovely and their deep-water dock was a great place to watch the sun go down. Finally, the owners, Carol and Michael are very gracious hosts who will do everything possible to please their guests."