Bermuda Travel Guide
Dockyard Glassworks and Bermuda Rum Cake Company A hell of a name for this small bakery and glass blowing shop (unusual combination), pulls in the punters to watch glass blowing and sample the strong cake.
The Gallery Front Street is the home to this exclusive gallery catering to the well-heeled tourist. Beautiful watercolours intermingle with jewellery crafted by the owner.
Pulp and Circumstance On the corner of Reid and Queen Streets in the capital is just about the one stop gift shop for the unique, quality gift that everyone at home will expect.
Bermuda Restaurants and Bars
Henry VIII You will find this Olde English restaurant in a sprawling estate on the South Shore. Traditional roasts and the usual trimmings are to be enjoyed whilst a strolling minstrel entertains. There is also dancing and live music on certain nights.
Aqua In the Ariel Sands Hotel overlooking the wonderful beach, this is the perfect romantic dinner for two places as the tables spread out onto the deck. The inventive chef changes the menu often, but never the high standard.
Lighthouse Tea Room In the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse you will love this delightful cafe/tea room. Home made breakfasts and lunches by the owner herself, in an unusual setting.
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