Enjoy the water views while lounging in your bed. This beautiful room looks straight out over the water with a queen bed, original wooden floors, lovely high tray ceilings, small fridge, microwave, coffee machine, free Wi-Fi, private four piece bathroom, in room safe, cable television and spacious patio overlooking the water.
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. The Salt Kettle Peninsula was named accordingly.
Our cottages and apartments are en suite, with fully equipped kitchenettes and patios overlooking the gardens or scenic water views.
Two of our units, double rooms without kitchens, are served a continental breakfast on a tray to your room.
Housekeeping is provided daily.
One of the special attractions to staying at Greenbank is the convenience of 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. Or if you prefer a quiet evening we would love to have you share one of Bermuda’s spectacular sunsets with us.
Greenbank was honoured with The Hibiscus Merit Award by the Bermuda Department of Tourism.
Run – don’t walk to Greenbank Guest House – or fly! Melanie and her family make you feel right at home. The location is ideal, very close to a ferry stop. The rooms are lovely and so very Bermuda and they are priced just right. The sunsets by the water are magnificent. We go back year after year
Marilyn E. Rossetti
This is a magical spot. The cottages are maritime in design, and very pretty, comfortable and spotless. Melanie is a super super host. Stunning water views are all around, and there is swimming off the dock. Salt Kettle is a charming hamlet, steps from the ferry to Hamilton (a five minute ride).. It’s hard to leave.
DECEMBER 28, 2019