Ratings based on 62 Verified Reviews
3.9 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by Jo from USA
Not even two starsPosted Oct 21, 2013 on Hotels
Wow, hotels.com advertises this as three-star accommodation?! What a lie! It is not even two stars. In no way is it worth $220 per night. It is very run-down and badly in need of maintenance. From a clogged toilet off the dining room, old air-conditioning units that are not effective, not being provided with a bath towel, and one day during my stay there was no drinking water available from the water cooler. There is no food, only coffee, tea and water in the dining room. There are no coffee-makers in the rooms. A bright spot is the staff who are kind and attentive and the linens were clean. The neighborhood of St George's is charming and historic.
for Studentsby True Blue from Northern VA
Great convenient location!Posted Jul 21, 2013
Pros: Charming and rustic environment, beautiful landscaping full of nature; convenient location & access to public transportation.
Cons: Amenities, facility and room (bathroom, central air AC) for comfort.
Location: Short walking distance to main street (bus/ferry stop, taxi station, tourist information, groceries, mini market, restaurants, shops, gas station, +s)
Aging beauty landscaping and surrounding. The inn staff is very attentive and caring providing what you ask and need individually. Fit for ones who choose nature over city and looking for just basic needs; family atmosphere; worth for the low price pay; and free internet wifi is available at this historic inn!
by A verified traveler from Philadelphia
Bed and not breakfastPosted Jul 15, 2013
Location: Cross the golf club and go down to tobacco beach. It's very nice. You can rent masks and do some snorkeling there
It is not a hotel, it's B&B without breakfast. Everything there is B- or C+, old and very cheap. But the main disappointment was a refusal of late checkout, especially after we saw all the rooms still empty when we picked up our luggage.
for Everyoneby geoffrey from sydney,australia
aunt nea's reviewPosted Jun 25, 2013
Pros: superb location-near to everything you would need.
Cons: rather old, no internet at all and out-dated
Location: superb next to everything and she sells you your first bus ticket to hamilton too.
thoroughly brilliant location, but its just a room to sleep in and no real facilities. you have to eat out and my tv didn't even work. fan and air conditioning werre super noisey when used
by A verified traveler from Cincinnati, Ohio
Posted Jun 22, 2013 on Hotels
The room was not comfortable. Jacuzzi directly across from bed. Just weird and not great for the price.
by kerri from new york
Choose your room carefullyPosted Jun 19, 2013 on Hotels
A charming old Bermuda home with eclectic décor. Shabby to shabby chic. It's a great location with a second story balcony with harbor views. There is a fridge in most rooms and a microwave in the lobby - you'll need both because there's no breakfast in B@B - only morning coffee or tea. Talk to the hotel about the available rooms because they differ significantly. The Royal Palm is the great suite, not the Lady Palm. And the Banana room is spacious and attractive, not the Frog Tree Room. The Green Turtle is great for a couple because it has a spa tub in a brick alcove in the bedroom, along with the shower. Helpful manager, friendly place, but you want to be in the main house nor the courtyard.
by A verified traveler
Posted Jun 6, 2013 on Hotels
by A verified traveler
Posted Jun 2, 2013 on Hotels
Needs maintenance. Poor appearance. Very small room. There is no breakfast and coffee was average at best. Manager was nice and helpful and location is very good.
for Everyoneby barbara from new york city
friendly old innPosted Jun 2, 2013
Pros: loved location, people who stayed/worked here and being surrounded by friendly neighbors
Cons: could not open windows in downstairs rooms
Location: feels like living in town... close to buses & ferry (requires walking up and down hills but close, comfortable and pretty area)
i think this is the best place i saw from which to see the island. it's old, quaint and has lots of interesting people who stay here. it's not fancy and i would have preferred to sleep with the windows open, but Rachel (caretaker) was lovely and staying in a place that embodies the history of the town is great. if you do not expect fancy you will hopefully be as delighted as the other characters who choose this place. also, ideally located for taking the buses and ferry to see the rest of the island and walking distance (15 minutes up and down hills) from one of the island's nicest protected beaches and one of the best places to snorkel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
great, worth the money.Posted Jun 1, 2013
Location: easy to reach
the hotel located next to the bus stop, and restaurants. the staff is friendly. the room is clean.