33 South Shore Road
The main building of this charming cottage colony dates back to 1710. In 1928 it was expanded and converted into a guesthouse, and later it evolved into a luxurious hotel with 50 rooms and 13 cottages. The architecture of the bungalows is distinctively Bermudian with the traditional white stepped roofs, tray ceilings and a few original cedar beams. The decor is indicative of an 18th century country house, featuring antique desks, bookcases and fine European fabrics.
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