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We stayed at the Kingston house at the end of may/beginning of june 2012. It was amazing from the start: we arrived at 10pm and Harry still offered us a tour around town. The house was always very clean and the hosts so friendly! (Digby...More
We booked at Kingston House based upon reviews at Trip Advisor, and it was simply delightful from arrival until departure!
The house has been in Harry Powell's family for a very long time, and as soon as we arrived, we felt as though we were...More
My wife and I recently traveled to Bermuda for our 10th Anniversary and what a wonderful stay we had at Kingston House. Our stay was in the Bird of Paradise room, and I must say the house and property were well cared for. We loved...More
Kingston House is tucked away on the outskirts of Hamilton but within easy walking distance.
It is a lovely house on a very quiet street.
I chose to stay here to recover from a busy work visit to the island and it was the right...More
We stayed at the Kingston House from May 20th-June 1st to celebrate our honeymoon and had a wonderful time. This was our first time staying here and I booked our trip based on the reviews from trip advisor and they were right on the money....More
10 mins walk to to town. I can't comment on busses but mopads are a great way to get around. Bermuda is small and distances are short. They will accommodate gluten free. They are vegetarians do don't expect bacon and eggs.
Bicycles are not available at Kingston House but may perhaps be rented in town. Mopeds can be rented in Hamilton. While a refrigeration/freezer is available to the guests, there are no cooking facilities. I doubt if any... More
Bicycles are not available at Kingston House but may perhaps be rented in town. Mopeds can be rented in Hamilton. While a refrigeration/freezer is available to the guests, there are no cooking facilities. I doubt if any B&B would be permitted to allow guests to prepare their own meals on the premises for insurance purposes alone.
Complete the online form on Kingston House's website and pay in advance online.
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Most beaches have a bus stop very near them. There are buses running the length of the South Shore Rd. so you can access John Smith's Bay, Elbow Beach, Warwick Long Bay, Horseshoe Bay, Church Bay and other smaller beaches... More
Most beaches have a bus stop very near them. There are buses running the length of the South Shore Rd. so you can access John Smith's Bay, Elbow Beach, Warwick Long Bay, Horseshoe Bay, Church Bay and other smaller beaches. The North Shore buses will take you to Gibbons Bay, Shelley Bay, etc. There are a number of lovely beaches in the east end and, although the main bus routes terminate in St. Georges, there is a jitney that will take you to Tobacco Bay, Clearwater Beach and other places of interest as well. Some beaches have showers and change facilities as well as snack vendors but most have few or no amenities. You're best to pack a picnic lunch (we supply things you might need like a cooler) or visit one of the area pubs or cafe's in the area...Swizzle Inn is popular on the South Shore for example. Nearly all of the grocery stores to excellent take-aways. We have beach towels, umbrellas and mats, etc. For a per day fee a number of hotels will let guests other than their own use their facilities including change rooms, showers, lounge chairs and even tennis courts, etc. (Southampton Princess, Elbow Beach Hotel, Coco Reef Hotel, etc.) You'll probably find that it's easiest to wear swim things with a 'cover-up'. It's probably easier if we help you with some of this, and show you on the map when you get here. With regard to cruise ship visitors, we post the schedule of ships calling and can advise you on when and where to go to the main attractions as well as how to find plenty of amazing places off the beaten path. Hope this helps!
See you soon,
Harry & Marlie