St. Helier / Garden Room

16 Chapel Road, Paget PG02, Bermuda

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Centrally located Bed & Breakfast with three well equipped en-suite rooms with cable TV. Shared kitchenette. Also there is a picturesque pool set in large gardens. The Bermuda Government vacation rental certificate number for this property is: T005518


St. Helier is an older house built in 1928 by Martin and Phyllis Godet, the parents of the current owners, and has been lovingly renovated over the last 20 years to provide an up to date home with modern facilities.

The house is situated on the corner of Middle and Chapel Road in Paget, and is close to the bus stop to Hamilton on Middle Road, and Hodgson Ferry stop (Pink Route) just off Harbour Road, at the other end of Chapel Road. It is a ten minute walk to Elbow Beach along the tribe road, which is just on the other side of Middle Road. Elbow Beach is one of the prettiest beaches in Bermuda, and for a small charge members of the public can rent beach equipment from the rental shop of the Elbow Beach Hotel.

There are restaurants within easy walking distance of St. Helier, and there is a supermarket just down the road, a pharmacy and bike rental nearby.

The Grounds

The attractively designed swimming pool has been built in an old Bermuda stone quarry, with careful landscaping and surrounded by a wooden fence, and wooden gates to provide a safe environment for young children.

The large garden has mature flowering trees, many varieties of fruit trees and local endemic plants. There are flower beds, jonquils in the spring, a vegetable garden.

Interior and rooms

On the ground floor there is an entrance foyer with a sitting room to the right and dining room to the left.. On passing through the dining room you enter a small office on the way to the modern kitchen, and laundry room.
Upstairs there are three guest bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms.


Each bedroom has cable TV including HBO movie channels, with a DVD player and wireless internet. Linen and bath towels are provided, but guests are requested to bring their own beach towels, which can be dried outside on the line provided. Guests are also provided with a fridge, microwave, coffee maker, kettle and toaster in the second kitchen with relevant cutlery, china and glassware. A barbeque is also provided for guests on the back patio.The swimming pool, built in a disused quarry, can be used in the evening as well as daytime as there is discreet lighting around the pool as well as coloured fibreoptic. lighting around the inside of the pool itself


St. Helier will offer a continental breakfast comprising, cereals, breads, fresh fruit salad in season, yogurts, homemade Jams, marmalades made from local fruits and eggs on request. There are three delightful settings for breakfast, the front verandah, the back patio or in bad weather the dining room.

Guest rooms

The three guest rooms at St. Helier are "Parrot Room" at the front of the house with a double bed; "Garden Room" at the back of the house with a queen bed; and centrally located "Peony Room" with a king bed. All rooms have modern ensuite bathrooms as shown in the photos.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Barbeque
  • Beach Towels
  • Cable TV & DVD
  • Coffee Maker
  • Covered Porch
  • Garden
  • Microwave
  • Near Hamilton
  • Private Garden
  • Swimming Pool
  • Twizzy Charging Point
  • Walk to Beach
  • WIFI
  • 3 night minimum stay is required.
  • A 25% deposit is required to confirm a reservation.
  • Deposit in the form of a personal cheque, bank transfer or by Western Uniom. Balance in $US cash on arrival or by bank transfer.
  • Deposits will not be refunded for cancellations made within 30 days of the beginning of the reserved period. Travel insurance should be taken out to cover unforeseen circumstances.
  • NO SMOKING please inside the house.
  • Cleaning is provided once per week and at guest change-overs.

Rate range: $150 - 200 / night for 2 guests

1 April 2018 to 31 October 2018: $175 / night - 1 person - $200 / night - 2 persons

1 November 2018 to 31 March 2019: $150 / night - 1 person - $150 / night - 2 persons

Including breakfast - which comprises: fresh fruit, fruit juice, cereals, toasts/ pastries, yogurts and on occasions fresh eggs from the garden!

Note: A 4.5% Bermuda Government tax, payable by guests, is not included in the rates quoted above.

Directions will be provided on request or at the time of booking.

Sally and Scott Godet
[email protected]


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  2. This is a review of both the B&B rooms (Peony Parrot and Garden rooms) and the separate Avocado Cottage on the same property. If I could give this 100 stars, I would! We needed a place for 7 adults and 2 infants. I wasn’t sure a B&B would accommodate children, but Sally and Scott went over and above to insure we had a wonderful time in Bermuda. Their estate is everything the pictures and description suggest … and more. While the home was built in 1928 and has the charm of a home from that era, it has all the modern conveniences in all the right places. The bathrooms and kitchen are modernized, clean and fresh, the beds and linens are top quality, and breakfast on the veranda was a perfect way to start our day.
    The bedrooms were good size with comfortable beds, en suite bathrooms and plenty of space to unpack for the week. The cottage was new and completely modern, with a full kitchen, living room, bathroom and large bedroom. All bathrooms had heated towel rods, soaps and shampoos, hairdryer, and plenty of towels. The accommodations more than exceeded our expectations, but what really made our stay special was the warm welcome from Sally and Scott Godet, and their obvious desire for us to love Bermuda as much as they do.
    Sally prearranged to have 2 high chairs and pack-n-plays available for our grandchildren. They also had age appropriate toys available. They drove us to the supermarket our first day to save us the walk/or taxi ride. While at the store, they inquired about our breakfast preferences and tailored their selections for our benefit.
    Breakfast on the Veranda each morning consisted of fresh fruit, yogurt, a selection of cereals, fresh eggs from their chicken coop, fresh tomatoes from the garden and an assortment of toast or croissants. Sally is known throughout the island for her homemade jams and jellies and always had an assortment available for our use. While the cottage is typically on its own with its own kitchen, Sally didn’t mention this when we all showed up for breakfast and Sally and Scott served the 9 of us (including the babies) each morning with fresh coffee available as we all slowly gathered on the veranda. The children enjoyed visiting the chickens, picking fresh bananas from the trees, and enjoying the various gardens.
    The pool was between the cottage and house, steps from the veranda, but surrounded by gardens and gated to provide safety, and privacy. Everyone enjoyed swimming in the pool and lounging on the pool deck. Scott takes great care of the pool and grounds, and both Sally and Scott joined us for walks around the grounds pointing out the various fruits and flowers and sharing interesting facts about Bermuda. They were also a great resource for directions to local restaurants, church, beaches, and transportation services. It was an easy walk to the ferry in one direction and a nice walk down Tribe Road to Elbow Beach in the other direction.
    We came to Bermuda to attend a wedding. The day of the wedding Scott arranged for a driver to take all of us to the venue. Of course, baby nap schedules took priority and not all of us could go at the same time. Scott personally provided transportation for the ‘nappers’, to insure all were able to enjoy the wedding festivities as baby sleep schedules would allow.
    We chose not to rent a car or scooter even though there was an outlet available to charge an electric car. We found the local transportation very convenient with many things within walking distance, a bus stops just at the end of their property, a short walk to the ferry, and taxis readily available.
    We found all of Bermuda to be friendly and inviting, with white roofs, colorful houses, beautiful beaches and landscaping throughout. At the center of it all, in Paget Parish, is the beautiful St Helier B&B and a charming couple who made our visit to Bermuda perfect in every way. Thank You Scott and Sally for sharing your beautiful property and big hearts!
    Jan Bergeron
    May 2019

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