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Originally built in 1734, this waterfront manor house in Warwick Parish oozes Bermudian charm, what with its traditional stepped white roof, wooden window shutters, and thoughtful touches, such as a continental breakfast served daily on Herend china. There are four en-suite rooms on the property, and one private cottage that’s perfect for anyone seeking additional seclusion—as if being tucked away among lush private gardens and well-manicured lawns, all of which overlook peaceful Hamilton Harbour, isn’t seclusion enough. Rooms are distinctly (and tastefully) decorated, each with its own theme. The Rose Room is decked out in flowered prints, Captain’s Room features handsome Victorian furniture, the Palmetto Room boasts exposed cedar beams, and The Royals Room has a stunning water view from its private terrace.