Greenbank has one of the most beautiful waterfront settings in Bermuda. The property is situated on the western shore of Salt Kettle Peninsula, directly opposite the City of Hamilton.The mature gardens and spacious lawns overlook the picturesque islands dotted through the Great Sound. Swimming and sailing are at your doorstep.
The main house of Greenbank is approximately two hundred years old. Most of the old cedar beams were used as ballast in the old sailing ships that used to ply their trade between Bermuda and the North American and European continents. There is a story that one of the cottages on the premises was the overseer's office during the time that salt panning was a prominent business in Bermuda. Salt Kettle Point was named accordingly.
Most of the cottages and apartments have private baths, fully equipped kitchenettes and porches overlooking the gardens or scenic water view. Two units, without kitchens, are served a continental breakfast right to the door.
There is a yacht charter facility on the property and a swimming dock.One of the special attractions to staying at Greenbank is the Salt Kettle ferry landing - only a minute's stroll away which will quickly transport you to Hamilton where a variety of restaurants, shops and entertainment await you.
Greenbank Guest House,
17 Salt Kettle Road
Paget, PG 01 BM
Greenbank Guest House, Paget, Bermuda
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