The Old Rectory has served some very different owners through its life. Orginally the home of a slave trader and pirate, it later (and more remembered) became the home of Bishop Alexander Richardson. The house today is owned by the Bermuda National Trust and is a prime example of old Bermudan architecture.
Those wishing to visit Old Rectory may choose to book their trip in St. George, since travelers to this area of Bermuda will have the benefit of easy access to this historic attraction during their time there. You won't find the area surrounding the historical site flooded with tourists, particularly since there is such a limited selection of places to stay nearby.
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If you find yourself hungry after spending time at this historical site, you might enjoy grabbing a bite to eat at one of the eateries nearby. Temptations, which offers American meals, is very close-by, making it a great option for patrons here. Also within a short distance, you and your companions will come across eateries like Tavern by the Sea and White Horse Pub where you will want to try out Caribbean fare and experience the culture of Bermuda.
The house is open to the public on Wednesdays only, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. The Old Rectory is only open during the winter months starting with November and ending in March.
There is no admission into the house, though donations are accepted. The house can be rented for special events too, which does cost.
Phone Number: (441) 297-4261
Location: 1 Broad Alley, St. George, St. David's Island
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