Salt Kettle House is situated on a small peninsula in Paget Parish, in the heart of Bermuda. Centrally located it stands at the southern approach to Hamilton Harbour.
A two minute stroll from the guest house is Salt Kettle Ferry. The ferries run during the day & evening. It is a very picturesque 15 minute trip, which will give you a different perspective of the island. Many business people commute to Hamilton this way.
Hamilton has an array of shops, restaurants, pubs & entertainment & we will gladly give you recommendations.
Enjoy a quiet evening on the front lawn, sipping a sundowner, perhaps Bermuda's own Dark & Stormy made with Black Seal Rum & gingerbeer. Experience one of Bermuda's beautiful sunsets.
Bermuda has some of the most magnificent beaches in the world.
This tiny island in the middle of the Atlantic is renowned for its brilliant shades of turquoise water, so clear you can see the bottom miles off shore.
Our famous pink sand is made up of tiny particles of coral reefs which have gradually eroded over the years.
Many people mistakenly believe our island is part of the Caribbean. In fact, we rest hundreds of miles north of the Bahamas in an astoundingly beautiful stretch of the Atlantic, a mere 650 miles (1,046 kilometers) east of North Carolina.
We are less than 2 hours flight away from most eastern US airports, & approximately 7 hours from the U.K.
All of Bermuda fits into 21square miles, but has 75 miles of dramatic coastline.
Bermuda may also seem like one continuous landmass to visitors, but is actually made up of 181 islands, islets and rocks. Most of these are uninhabited, but eight of the larger ones are linked by bridges and one causeway. All of these form the subtropical paradise visitors cannot resist returning to.