Graciously representing Bermuda's warm blend of British influences and sub-tropical Úlan, 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.