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Bermuda Pet Friendly Vacation Home Rentals(4)

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3 - 4 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 10
    (11)
    4 night minimum stay
    • 3 BR,
    • 2 BA,
    • 1 HF BA,
    • Sleeps 12
      (3)
      5 night minimum stay
      • 1 BR,
      • 1 BA,
      • Sleeps 3
        (8)
        7 night minimum stay
        • 5 BR,
        • 4 BA,
        • 1 HF BA,
        • Sleeps 15
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          Recent Bermuda Reviews

          No better way to experience Bermuda!

          5 of 5
          Our 3 boys are 11, 15, and 19 years old, and this year we realized it's no longer possible to squeeze into a hotel suite. Planning a trip to Bermuda is even trickier, since our younger boys are too young to drive scooters (and frequent bus rides can ruin a vacation). Our best option was a rental home close to beaches and amenities. We never used HomeAway or VRBO before, and had lingering concerns before our trip. Will we be comfortable in a home instead of a hotel, are the pictures misleading, what hidden fees might pop up? Every concern was met with a pleasant surprise to the contrary. Herchalat is a beautiful property carved into the hillside, and we felt like St George residents by week's end. The photos online do no justice to the breathtaking views from every corner of the property. It's close to every imaginable convenience, but private and secluded at the same time. So many unexpected treats were included with the rental that we felt guilty. Faith and Neil also run a water sports business in town (Just Add Water) with a surf shop we walked to every day. Their staff is incredible, and helped our boys find some extra adventure. Ironically, our stay coincided with the rainiest week all summer. If we had stayed in a resort our vacation would have been ruined. At Herchalat, passing showers were a minor inconvenience. The other tourists we met needed to hop a bus, ferry, or cycle in the rain to trek back to their hotels and cruise ships. We just strolled back for a bite to eat, cocktails, and billiards until the sun returned. St George offers so many activities, we could only experience a few- snorkeling, kayaking, scooter rentals, scenic ferry rides, hiking, swimming on secluded beaches, shopping, eating at great restaurants, even jumping off cliffs (with safe guidance from Ian at JAW). We felt sorry for the hoards of cruise passengers squeezing off the ferry every day lugging all their gear to get where we were staying. Can't wait to return and do some of the things we never had time for, like renting a boat, bicycling, touring the island on jet skis, and the ping pong tournament I promised my son (but we never got around to uncovering the table out back.)
          • Submitted: Aug 19, 2014
          • Stayed: Aug 2014

          A privilege to stay at such a historic house

          5 of 5
          Taylor House was perfect for our spring week in Bermuda. It's well equipped, clean and attractive. The private garden is a bonus. The location is convenient for the beach, the supermarket and walking trails for visitors like us whose scooter days are over. Thought that the provided bus passes was a nice touch and we used them a lot. Mark was away most of the week but made sure that we had contact numbers if we needed anything. We'd certainly want to return to Taylor House for any future trips to Bermuda.
          • Submitted: May 5, 2014
          • Stayed: Apr 2014