Fourways Inn & Cottage Colony in Paget, Bermuda
Graciously representing Bermuda's warm blend of British influences and sub-tropical élan, Fourways Inn & Cottage Colony provides an unparalleled degree of tranquility. Built in 1727 of coral stone and indigenous cedar, the inn and its surrounding estate are located in the central parish of Paget, famed for its lush gardens. A legacy of excellence is found throughout the property, from spacious accommodations nestled around a freshwater pool to the intimate 1727 restaurant and romantic, al fresco Palm Garden.
Although petite in size, Bermuda boasts a wealth of attractions and activities. Stroll a pink sand beach, bird watch at Heydon Trust or spelunk the spectacular Crystal Caves. You might also take a walking tour of the historic town of St. George or visit Gibbs Hill, the world's oldest cast-iron lighthouse. Closer to home, enticements include the parish's botanical gardens and the hotel's own Peg Leg Bar & Lounge, ideal for a nightcap around the original 18th-century hearth.
Location of Fourways Inn & Cottage Colony
Nearest Airport: BDA
Reviews for Fourways Inn & Cottage Colony
This review is for the restaurant. We did not stay in the Inn. Upon arrival, we were only offered bottled or sparkling water but found out later (after spending $10 for bottled water) that tap water was available. We ordered Caesar when noticed it would be prepared at our table but were disappointed when it was only tossed and served at the table. We ordered Chateaubriand (medium) for two and after accepting found it to be burnt. The inside was fine but the outside was burnt and the flavour went through the beef. We were very disappointed. We should have complained. No issue with staff or service.
dfhawkins - Torbay, Newfoundland and Labrador
Visit number 12 to Bermuda but the first time staying at Fourways Inn. A central location just minutes from the bus stop with easy access to the Ferry to Hamilton. A small collection of cottages in good repair and ample space. Good size living room and bedroom. Very comfortable beds and great washrooms with two sinks, great shower head and heater if needed. Really enjoyed the continental breakfast each morning, delivered right as scheduled, sitting outside on the patio with friends. Dining room is very quaint, older room but nicely appointed and the service is excellent! A bit expensive but well worth it.
If you want a great Sunday brunch with a ton of variety then Fourways is the place! Affordable for $50 a person and delicious food! i would give it 5 stars but the parking can be a problem .... but if coming by taxi or car pooling then you are good to go! Didnt stay in hotel so know nothing but I have heard its lovely!
We dined at the Fourways Inn on a weeknight. It was about 1/3 full. The interior is lovely with stone walls and cedar beams. The manager greeted us warmly and was very outgoing. He tried his best to make the evening a good one.. The staff was friendly as well. They have a gentleman who comes in for the evening to play the piano which adds to the elegant ambiance. The food selection was pretty wide with a number of interesting specials. It came out hot and everything is good. The veal and soufflĂ©s are what they are known for. They use a chocolate sauce in their chocolate soufflĂ© instead of a vanilla cream sauce. All of our food was very good. We did notice that we did not receive the amuse-bouche while the table next to us did. We weren't certain why there was an inconsistency with that. The cost per person with drinks, appetizer, entree and dessert will run about $115 per person.
LibbyH1 - Cincinnati, Ohio
Fourways Inn has a nice central location, they have a tropical dĂ©cor and a very attentive staff. The rooms are large and comfortable, with TV , pool, restaurant and bar. They have beautiful weather and no spring breakers in sight.
387indy - Coral Springs, Florida