This hidden gem, resides on the west coast of Bermuda; a sanctuary away from the endless bustle and stress of everyday life, yet also somewhere to be active when you want. Situated on a 30 acre peninsula encircled by panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, rooms are located within individual cottages, which can also be taken on an exclusive basis.
The resort has four private beaches and beautifully manicured gardens. Dining options depend upon your mood. You can enjoy romantic dinners on Long Bay Beach, or in the seclusion of your cottage. Alternatively head for Breezes, the informal beachside restaurant, or the Tamarisk dining room. If you want picturesque, then try the terrace with a stunning view overlooking Mangrove Bay, or perhaps enjoy poolside cocktails, lunch or dinner at Shutters Café. Specially arranged romantic dinners on your own private beach are also available, with the gentle lap of waves. The spectacular sunsets are compliment of Mother Nature. Guest staying on a half board basis also have the option of venturing out to some of Bermuda's finest eateries as part of a generous Dine-Around programme.
The perfect oasis, escape to the resort's two-level European Spa and fitness centre and be pampered. The upper level resembles a Roman-style solarium with everything from Crystal Mist and Aroma steam rooms to a whirl and current pool, whilst the lower level boasts seven treatment rooms and a vast menu of treatments. The resort can also arrange access to eight of the island's premium golf courses.
No children under the age of 13 are allowed at this Bermuda resort, making it a haven of adult-only luxury.
81 rooms, suites and cottages with pastel-pink exteriors. The Pool Suites have their own infinity plunge pool. The Cambridge Suites and Windswept Cottage all boast panoramic views out over the Caribbean Sea and are located in such private surroundings, it's easy to forget you're actually at a resort.
Somerset, 50 minutes transfer from Bermuda International Airport. 10 minute drive from Royal Naval Dockyard & Maritime Museum and 10 minute walk to bus stop and Somerset Village.