Old Rectory: St. George Heritage
I have not stayed here, but we walked up the hill and took a picture of the cottage. Apparently you used to be able to go inside and tour on Wednesdays from noon to 5 pm, but that was no longer possible at the time we were there because it is rented to someone. It is a National Trust property which was built c. 1705 by a reformed pirate.
Up to two people per room can stay here for $100 to $150/night
# Three nights minimum.
# Rates dependent on: choice of room, time of year, use of kitchen/barbecue.
# No smoking.
# Maximum of two guests per room.
# Deposit: One day's rate for reservation up to and including seven days; two days' rates for a booking of 8 to 14 days. Cheque or bank draft accepted.
# Balance in cash (U.S. or BDA dollars) or bank draft on arrival. Cancellation: Full refund (less 10% service charge) will be given if cancelled ten days or more before arrival date. Deposit will not be refunded if cancellation is made less than ten days before expected arrival.
The website says:
This Bermuda cottage has two bedrooms with a shared bathroom (shower/bath). The Queen bedroom has a fireplace and hot/cold air conditioning, with a large closet for unpacking. The Twin-bedded room has a fan and/or heater and a mahogany wardrobe. Fireplaces in living room and dining room, where a Continental breakfast is served, if desired. There is a resident ghost as well as a resident Burmese cat. The usual amenities are available:- radio, TV, iron & board, toaster-oven, hairdryer, beach towels.