Originally built in 1734, this waterfront manor house embodies Bermudian charm, with its traditional stepped white roof, wooden window shutters, and daily continental breakfast served on fine 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 the Great Sound, isn’t seclusion enough. Rooms are thoughtfully decorated, each with its own theme (flowered prints in The Rose Room, bone china décor with images of Queen Elizabeth in The Royals Room and hand painted Italian tile and a fireplace in the romantic cottage). You’ll be well-served by public ferries to the City of Hamilton, which stop just down the street on Harbour Road.