Cambridge Beaches in Bermuda is a timeless sanctuary of delightful cottages, sparkling azure waters, endless views and beautiful beaches. Widely spaced on the 30-acre peninsula and separated by lawns and flowering gardens, guest cottages occupy rolling terrain, forming a pink-and-white community under coconut palms and ancient trees. The open Atlantic Ocean borders the resort's north side, and Mangrove Bay borders its south side.
The Ocean Spa at Cambridge Beaches is introducing new products from Phytomer, bringing new and enhanced facial, body and massage services. Guests can practice yoga four times a week, try alternative therapies devoted to spiritual wellbeing and focus on their relationships through monthly play shops and retreats. There is also an indoor pool with retractable sun roof, plus unique Experience Suites featuring storm showers, herbal saunas and steam rooms.
Guests at Cambridge Beaches can play on any of Bermuda’s golf courses, from the famous Mid Ocean to the fun par-3 course at the Fairmont Southampton. Other courses include Mid Ocean, Tuckers Point, Belmont Hills, Fairmont Southampton, Riddles Bay and the completely renovated Robert Trent Jones-designed Port Royal, which is only 10 minutes away and hosted the two-day, 36-hole PGA Grand Slam in 2009 and 2010.
Elegant and refined with hints of old-world charm, the rooms at Cambridge Beaches are diverse in their style, each different from the last, standing out from other accommodation on the island as a result. Each cottage at Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa features unique sizes, layouts and décor palettes. Sink into a bubbling whirlpool, marvel at panoramic views of the sapphire ocean or admire the timeless style of a 300-year-old sea captain’s house overlooking a tranquil bay.
The resort has three tennis courts, a croquet lawn, putting green and private Skydeck facility overlooking the outdoor pool. For a fee, the Cambridge Beaches Resort's unique underwater-viewing boat, equipped with glass cage, takes guests to a shipwreck. Motorboats, jet skis and kayaks can be rented, with non-motorised water sports equipment now available on the beach. Long Bay Beach, the longest in the resort, now offers new, large umbrellas and remodelled loungers.
Enjoy one of Cambridge Beaches’ classic Bermuda restaurants, such as the award-winning and recently redecorated Tamarisk Restaurant, where you can dine inside by candlelight or under the stars on the terrace. Try the poolside Shutters cafe or relax at the newly upgraded open-air beach-front restaurant, Breezes, with its high standards of service. Whatever you choose, the cuisine is out of this world.
30 Kings Point RoadSomersetBermuda MA02