This self-catering unit has the convenience of TV with Cablevision, DVD player, High Speed Wireless Internet available. The unit also has: Clock Radio and iPod dock to play music, Iron, Coffee Maker, Microwave, Oven and Stove, Fridge, and Freezer. Prepaid cell phone to make calls.
Cutlery and dishes, as well as Towels and linens are provided. Four beach towels are available.
Cell Phone with some prepaid local minutes loaded on it, to be replenished as required by tenants.
If you have an infant or toddler, you will need to provide your own crib.
Each room in this lovely condo unit has an air conditioning unit. There are also ceiling fans in both bedrooms and a standing fan in the living room.
There is no smoking inside, however smoking is allowed on the porch.
No laundry in the unit, but there is a coined laundry facility on site. (US or BDA coins only)
This location has a host of nearby attractions to consider. The bus stop is located at the bottom of the hill. Bus tokens or bus-ferry passes can be purchased from the post office on your way in by taxi from the airport.
Nearest convenience store is the A1-Market Place (which is a 5-minute walk down the hill, Open until 10pm Mon-Sat, 1-5 pm on Sundays). Also, located in this area are restaurants, a pharmacy and movie rental store and gas station.
Beaches: John Smith’s Bay with its with deep soft pink sand, gentle surf and excellent for swimming and snorkeling and Shelley Bay- a calm and tranquil North Shore Beach great for small children as the water level is always shallow. Both are 5 minutes or less by motor-bike.
Flatt’s Village: A five minute drive to restaurants, aquarium, and post office. The Village provides a variety of foods and the 1926 Aquarium with its attached museum and mini-zoo.
St.George’s Area: The old town of St. George is only 20 minutes away and well worth a couple of days exploration; many fine buildings from the 1600’s still stand and include handsome old homes, museums and churches. Make time to swim at Tobacco Bay and Clearwater Beach.
City of Hamilton: Attractions are 10 minutes away and include a dazzling array of shops catering to every taste; fine custom jewelry, couture clothing, antiques, fine china, perfumes, wines and spirits, antiques and several excellent art galleries. The Public Library and the Old Perot’s Post Office provide a fascinating glimpse into the rich history of Bermuda. City Hall also has excellent ongoing cultural and historical exhibits. To see more of Bermuda’s history, tours are featured at the Visitor Service Bureau on Front Street, or you can catch the ferry straight out to Dockyard to start your quest. For the social scene there are a few bars located in Hamilton that are open until the early hours in the morning on Front Street and Bermudiana Road. In the summer you can enjoy Happy Hour Fridays at Hamilton Princess or Lemon Tree Café on Queen Street.