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Fully equipped kitchen with stove fridge freezer coffee maker microwave kettle toaster
Beach cottage: 3 min. walk to beach
Beach cottage: 3 min. walk to beach
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It is literally a 3 minute walk to the beach! Perfect for the honeymooner and traveller wanting privacy but centrally located in Paget, with all the local amenities to hand, the stand alone cottage has a fully kitted out kitchen BBQ ac wifi washer dryer outdoor dining room!
Have a look at this video at the Pharrel Williams video Happy on YouTube for a taste of Bermuda

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It is literally a 3 minute walk to the beach! Perfect for the honeymooner and traveller wanting privacy but centrally located in Paget, with all the local amenities to hand, the stand alone cottage has a fully kitted out kitchen. There is a Queen size bed with a bathroom with a shower. The cottage has a flat screen TV, DVD, Cable TV, and excellent Wifi. Air conditioning and a ceiling fan will cool you down!

The cottage is kitted out for long term rentals so the kitchen is fully equipped and includes a fridge/freezer, proper sized electric stove, microwave, coffee maker, blender, kettle, toaster. You also have a hair dryer, iron, ironing board and have your own separate washer and dryer. We supply an umbrella for the rain and a sun umbrella to take down to the beach. Bed linens and beach and bath towels are provided. There is your own private garden with table and chairs, BBQ with sun loungers.

Perfect for the business traveler or vacation seeker looking for a place by the beach, with nearby leisure and dining venues.

The cottage is next to a large Beach hotel, so you get a hotel/beach location at a fraction of the cost which is equally lovely in the summer or the winter.

The grocery and liquor store is 10 minute walk away are open till 10pm most evenings.

There is a late night diner an 8 minute walk away or 4 restaurants at the neighbouring hotels again 5/10 minute walk away.

The cottage is on a bus route into the city of Hamilton or you can head to the tourist centre at Dockyard.

There is Scooter hire and Tennis courts at adjoining Elbow Beach Hotel.

By request, we will bend the minimum stay rule in the off season which is from October to mid March.

March 2017 London newspaper Metro has published a glowing report on Bermuda and its tourist attractions. Reporter Miranda Larbi listed nine reasons why the island should be “ your next fitness holiday destination”. This is her full report:
Before I went to Bermuda, I'd only really associated the island with shorts, plane disappearances and Merlin (who goes there on holiday at the end of Disney's Sword In The Stone — a niche cultural reference, granted).
As a result, it's never been on my travel bucket list, and definitely not on the top of my fitness agenda. And it's probably not been on yours either.
How silly of us.
This sub-tropical paradise in the Atlantic — 650 miles east of North Carolina — is perfectly positioned in the jet stream to enjoy a temperate climate all year around, and it has more opportunities to up your training than you can shake a stick at.
Whether you're in marathon mode, want to maintain your regular gym work or simply want a little more action than lying on a beach reading the latest Jackie Collins, Bermuda really is the place to go.
So, what kind of things are on offer to help you get in shape?
Cycling around the Rail Trail
This is the place for fitspiration. Everyone is jogging, walking or cycling around the island and it's easy to see why. You're surrounded by glorious sea vistas at every turn. It's also quite a hilly area — fantastic for running but even better on bike.
We joined a cycling tour which took us around the parishes of Sandys and Somerset, stopping at Fort Scaur. Apart from the amazing views, it turns out that Fort Scaur is also a cracking place for finding wild herbs and flavourings and kumquats. All sorts of culinary wonders grow out of the rocks and land up there, from fennel to allspice.
There really was nothing our guide didn't know about the island and its history. From its pirating past to its sailing present, these tours give you a proper introduction to the place.
If you'd rather hire a bike and do it yourself, you can also pick up a free Railway Trail Guide from a Visitor Information Centre located at the Royal Naval Dockyard, in Hamilton or in St George's.
We booked through Island Tour Centre which also offers a number of boat charters and other activities.
Walking the beach trails
But if you're more comfortable on foot/swimming, then you have to check out the beach trails, which connect four different beaches and stretch over a mile.
Take a stroll from the famous Horseshoe Bay Beach (which is apparently packed in the summer) towards the South Shore beach of Warwick Long Bay (which is stunning and generally deserted).
Bermuda beaches are incredibly beautiful and interesting because they have pink sand, caused by ground-up little critters and organisms. Fair to say, they are made for Instagramming.
Jet ski safari
But let's not forget that the island is surrounded by the most beautiful ocean — so it'd be mad to visit without taking the time to properly explore the salty waters. And what better way to do so than with a jet ski safari?
Possibly one of the most fun and terrifying experiences of my life, the safari took us from Southampton Dock, across the Little Sound, the Great Sound, and through the littlest drawbridge to the Vixen shipwreck to the west of Bermuda.
Our instructor brought bags and bags of bagels which was baffling — until he threw one in the water at the shipwreck and the fattest, greediest fish suddenly appeared out of nowhere. Clearly, hundreds of people have been over there with their breakfast rolls.
Cliff diving
If jumping off massive rocks is your thing, then you might want to make a stop on the safari at Diving Board Island. It might not look that high but according to the maniacs who decided to throw themselves off the top, it is.
Paddleboarding
You can't go to an island like this and not paddleboard. Apart from anything else, the waters are so clear and blue that you want to be on or in the ocean at all times.
Paddleboarding is the most fun core workout you can do. In fact, it's more of a full-body workout — using almost every muscle to maintain balance. You'll be weeping at the memory of you splashing about in the sun when you're back home struggling to do 20 crunches at the gym.
The America's Cup
Bermuda is currently consumed with training for the America's Cup — which starts in under 60 days. Look towards the Great Sound on any given day and you'll see the teams sailing their magnificently modern boats surrounded by support teams . . . and the odd spy. On the day we went out to check on the BAR team, we saw a rival dingy trying to check out how our guys were getting on.
But if you like sailing and are thinking about heading anywhere anytime soon, then you've got to get here in time for the cup match against defending champions Oracle USA, beginning 17 June. It's set to be the party of the year.
But it doesn't have to be all go, go, go.
Sure, it's nice to get out in the sun and get those muscles moving but sometimes you just want to chill out. After all, we're talking about going on holiday here, not a boot camp.
Far away from the stresses of your incompetent work colleagues, annoying neighbours and awful binmen, Bermuda offers as much in terms of wellness and relaxation as it does adventure.
Beach yoga
The only thing better than regular yoga is beach yoga. Fact.
It's incredibly difficult to switch off and stretch out when you're downward dogging after nine hours slogging away for The Man in Clapham.
But you don't have to schlep it all the way to Bali along with every gangly septum pierced vegan teenager to reap the benefits of some ocean-side meditation.
We were put through our paces at Grotto Bay by Kallie, a yogi who's an expert in child yoga. She's just about to launch her first yoga retreat on the island next month which will see all kinds of meditations and classes happening at different locations.
Spa treatments inside caves
After all that seawater and running about (both on the island and in your day-to-day life), the one thing you need is a massage — and here you can get one inside a cave.
The island is supposed to have been the setting for Shakespeare's The Tempest and Grotto Bay is where Prospero's Cave is situated.
In fact, the resort has a number of caves — which are covered in stalactites and stalagmites. In the UK, you'd be viewing them from behind a railing for fear of rowdy day trippers trying to chip off bits of ancient history to take home. In Bermuda, you're encouraged to jump into the refreshing (cold) water and splash around in the magical surroundings.
But Prospero's Cave is really something else. It's home to a natural spa — complete with floating pontoons and therapists with the touch of angels.
I almost wept when my masseur told me I had come to the end of my hour session. How could she tenderise my upper back with her soft, firm hands and essential oils like that and then expect me to leave like nothing had happened? Not even the copious amount of swizzles (rum cocktails) I consumed immediately afterwards could erase the memory of sheer heaven that woman had created.
Food
“This is all well and good,” I can hear you saying, “but if the food's crap, then no amount of massages and bike rides is going to persuade me to go”.
Well my friend, relax.
The food is incredible — particularly if you're partial to a bit of lobster (and let's face it, who isn't?). The island's particularly known for its spiny lobster, which is available from September to March and is delicious.
Another local favourite is the Bermuda fish sandwich. Sounds simple . . . and it is simple. But it's also dead tasty. It's basically battered rockfish (which is an incredibly meaty, fresh fish) in some raisin bread with coleslaw and hot sauce. We got ours from Woody's Sports Bar after a morning of cycling and they were most welcome.
I also ate a bowl of probably the best mussels in the world. A big claim, I know, but you'd be hard-pressed to find a tastier bowl of molluscs than the ones I got from Village Pantry, cooked in coconut milk and chilli. The French could learn a thing or two from them.

Přístup pro hosty

the cottage is kitted out for long term rentals so the kitchen is fully equipped and includes a fridge/freezer, proper sized electric stove, microwave, coffee maker, blender, kettle, toaster. You also have a hair dryer, iron, ironing board and have your own separate washer and dryer. We supply an umbrella for the rain and a sun umbrella to take down to the beach. Bed linens and beach and bath towels are provided. There is your own private garden with table and chairs, BBQ with sun loungers.

Vztahy s hosty

We will great you or come on by and live 3 minutes down the road and happy to share our knowledge; we can book trips and bike hire ahead of time or for special nights like dining at Mickeys on the beach we can book for you.

Další věci, které stojí za zmínku

We would like you to enjoy yourselves!
We can arrange transport to and from the airport and we often take our guests to the supermarket.
Our guests get a discount on cycle hire from Elbow Beach next door.
We provide condiments beach towels beach chairs umbrella BBQ and basic kitchen things like salt pepper herbs etc.
We can book things for you ahead of time and give you advice as to where to go.
The cottage has lots of storage and the loft room can keep your suitcases out of the way.
Don't forget the washer dryer which is useful!

London newspaper Metro has published a glowing report on Bermuda and its tourist attractions. Reporter Miranda Larbi listed nine reasons why the island should be “ your next fitness holiday destination”. This is her full report:
Before I went to Bermuda, I'd only really associated the island with shorts, plane disappearances and Merlin (who goes there on holiday at the end of Disney's Sword In The Stone — a niche cultural reference, granted).
As a result, it's never been on my travel bucket list, and definitely not on the top of my fitness agenda. And it's probably not been on yours either.
How silly of us.
This sub-tropical paradise in the Atlantic — 650 miles east of North Carolina — is perfectly positioned in the jet stream to enjoy a temperate climate all year around, and it has more opportunities to up your training than you can shake a stick at.
Whether you're in marathon mode, want to maintain your regular gym work or simply want a little more action than lying on a beach reading the latest Jackie Collins, Bermuda really is the place to go.
So, what kind of things are on offer to help you get in shape?
Cycling around the Rail Trail
This is the place for fitspiration. Everyone is jogging, walking or cycling around the island and it's easy to see why. You're surrounded by glorious sea vistas at every turn. It's also quite a hilly area — fantastic for running but even better on bike.
We joined a cycling tour which took us around the parishes of Sandys and Somerset, stopping at Fort Scaur. Apart from the amazing views, it turns out that Fort Scaur is also a cracking place for finding wild herbs and flavourings and kumquats. All sorts of culinary wonders grow out of the rocks and land up there, from fennel to allspice.
There really was nothing our guide didn't know about the island and its history. From its pirating past to its sailing present, these tours give you a proper introduction to the place.
If you'd rather hire a bike and do it yourself, you can also pick up a free Railway Trail Guide from a Visitor Information Centre located at the Royal Naval Dockyard, in Hamilton or in St George's.
We booked through Island Tour Centre which also offers a number of boat charters and other activities.
Walking the beach trails
But if you're more comfortable on foot/swimming, then you have to check out the beach trails, which connect four different beaches and stretch over a mile.
Take a stroll from the famous Horseshoe Bay Beach (which is apparently packed in the summer) towards the South Shore beach of Warwick Long Bay (which is stunning and generally deserted).
Bermuda beaches are incredibly beautiful and interesting because they have pink sand, caused by ground-up little critters and organisms. Fair to say, they are made for Instagramming.
Jet ski safari
But let's not forget that the island is surrounded by the most beautiful ocean — so it'd be mad to visit without taking the time to properly explore the salty waters. And what better way to do so than with a jet ski safari?
Possibly one of the most fun and terrifying experiences of my life, the safari took us from Southampton Dock, across the Little Sound, the Great Sound, and through the littlest drawbridge to the Vixen shipwreck to the west of Bermuda.
Our instructor brought bags and bags of bagels which was baffling — until he threw one in the water at the shipwreck and the fattest, greediest fish suddenly appeared out of nowhere. Clearly, hundreds of people have been over there with their breakfast rolls.
Cliff diving
If jumping off massive rocks is your thing, then you might want to make a stop on the safari at Diving Board Island. It might not look that high but according to the maniacs who decided to throw themselves off the top, it is.
Paddleboarding
You can't go to an island like this and not paddleboard. Apart from anything else, the waters are so clear and blue that you want to be on or in the ocean at all times.
Paddleboarding is the most fun core workout you can do. In fact, it's more of a full-body workout — using almost every muscle to maintain balance. You'll be weeping at the memory of you splashing about in the sun when you're back home struggling to do 20 crunches at the gym.

But it doesn't have to be all go, go, go.
Sure, it's nice to get out in the sun and get those muscles moving but sometimes you just want to chill out. After all, we're talking about going on holiday here, not a boot camp.
Far away from the stresses of your incompetent work colleagues, annoying neighbours and awful binmen, Bermuda offers as much in terms of wellness and relaxation as it does adventure.
Beach yoga
The only thing better than regular yoga is beach yoga. Fact.
It's incredibly difficult to switch off and stretch out when you're downward dogging after nine hours slogging away for The Man in Clapham.
But you don't have to schlep it all the way to Bali along with every gangly septum pierced vegan teenager to reap the benefits of some ocean-side meditation.
We were put through our paces at Grotto Bay by Kallie, a yogi who's an expert in child yoga. She's just about to launch her first yoga retreat on the island next month which will see all kinds of meditations and classes happening at different locations.
Spa treatments inside caves
After all that seawater and running about (both on the island and in your day-to-day life), the one thing you need is a massage — and here you can get one inside a cave.
The island is supposed to have been the setting for Shakespeare's The Tempest and Grotto Bay is where Prospero's Cave is situated.
In fact, the resort has a number of caves — which are covered in stalactites and stalagmites. In the UK, you'd be viewing them from behind a railing for fear of rowdy day trippers trying to chip off bits of ancient history to take home. In Bermuda, you're encouraged to jump into the refreshing (cold) water and splash around in the magical surroundings.
But Prospero's Cave is really something else. It's home to a natural spa — complete with floating pontoons and therapists with the touch of angels.
I almost wept when my masseur told me I had come to the end of my hour session. How could she tenderise my upper back with her soft, firm hands and essential oils like that and then expect me to leave like nothing had happened? Not even the copious amount of swizzles (rum cocktails) I consumed immediately afterwards could erase the memory of sheer heaven that woman had created.
Food
“This is all well and good,” I can hear you saying, “but if the food's crap, then no amount of massages and bike rides is going to persuade me to go”.
Well my friend, relax.
The food is incredible — particularly if you're partial to a bit of lobster (and let's face it, who isn't?). The island's particularly known for its spiny lobster, which is available from September to March and is delicious.
Another local favourite is the Bermuda fish sandwich. Sounds simple . . . and it is simple. But it's also dead tasty. It's basically battered rockfish (which is an incredibly meaty, fresh fish) in some raisin bread with coleslaw and hot sauce. We got ours from Woody's Sports Bar after a morning of cycling and they were most welcome.
I also ate a bowl of probably the best mussels in the world. A big claim, I know, but you'd be hard-pressed to find a tastier bowl of molluscs than the ones I got from Village Pantry, cooked in coconut milk and chilli. The French could learn a thing or two from them.

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Please only smoke outside with the doors to the cottage shut and considerately dispose of your butts! Please switch off the ac when you are not at home!!
The cottage is not suitable for children as its just for two people sharing one queen bed. The cottage is not suitable for sleeping on the floor or sofa.
Please wash up and dry your dishes and put them away before you leave.
Please place all trash outside in the trash cans provided when you leave.
If you hire a moped, we can get local discounts for you, please ensure you return your moped before you leave and park to the right of the front door.

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V termínu 01. Květen 2018 - 31. Srpen 2018 je minimální délka pobytu 5 nocí .

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Larry - Uživatelský profil
Prosinec 2017
1. Three minute walk down to a super awesome beach. 2. The shower was so good. 3. Georgie and Steve were so caring, they brought over some eggs, milk, coffee and they even drove us into Hamilton one evening. The residence is on South Road, which can be busy, but not noisy to the point of bothersome. It's a quick 2 minute walk to the bus and 8 minutes to the Modern Mart. Only 10 minutes drive into Hamilton. Residence is unattached, clean, with fridge and stove and some chickens that greet you.

Ali - Uživatelský profil
Prosinec 2017
Great spot and excellent hosts!

Irving - Uživatelský profil
Listopad 2017
This is a great and amazing place. Pretty much perfect! The location was ideal and the cottage was a dream. Steve and Georgie were extremely helpful and nice with any questions I had. Definitely a must if you are planning to stay in Bermuda!

Bill - Uživatelský profil
Listopad 2017
The cottage and location were perfect for us. The hosts are very friendly and quick to respond to any questions or requests. We would definitely visit again. Thanks!

Nate - Uživatelský profil
Listopad 2017
We enjoyed an excellent beach vacation at this cozy cottage. Everything is as described and the location is great for beach going. The cottage has everything you need to eat in, as well as good beach gear. Elbow beach is excellent and a very short walk from the cottage. Other great South shore beaches are only a short bus ride away as well. Georgie and Steve met us when we arrived and are very friendly and helpful in orienting you to the island and providing recommendations. Definitely recommended!

Stephen - Uživatelský profil
Říjen 2017
A fantastic place to stay if you are looking to get away from the crowds and enjoy the beauty of Bermuda. Transportation was easily accessible making it easy to see the entire island over our 5 night stay. The property was well kept and literally just a 3 minute walk to a gorgeous beach. Georgie and Steve were very responsive to our emails and the trip was just fantastic. The house was really clean, and you had everything you needed which was convienent. The store was just a 10 minute walk away which was perfect. Highly recommend this place to anyone! Beautiful property in a beautiful island!

Patrick - Uživatelský profil
Říjen 2017
Wonderful hosts, in a wonderful location!

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