Accommodations

What is unique about the accommodations in Sommerset Village is that almost all of them are villas. This makes the area a haven for independent travelers who enjoy a bit of extra space and privacy, yet don't mind the occasional help of a staff member with laundering the linens. If you're the type who prefers the service and amenities of a resort, these types of accommodations are available right on the coast. Guests will find many types of accommodations to choose… more…

Hotels

With only one road, Somerset Village is… more…

Villa Complexes

A charming Caribbean-style village,… more…

Villa Rentals

Standalone villas also happen to be… more…

Activities

A charming village comprised of just one main road, Somerset Village is said to have been a hideout for pirates at one point in history. That, of course, is all in the past, and today tourists visit this quiet destination in small numbers looking for a haven from busier tourist meccas.… more…

Diving

As the wreck capital of the Caribbean, there are over 300 shipwreck… more…

Fishing

Fishing is a popular sport in Somerset Village, and… more…

Shopping

Although there is no sales tax in Sommerset Village,… more…

Beaches

Although the goings-on of Somerset Village seem to center around Mangrove Bay, it is for the port that hosts fishing and sailboats moreso than… more…

Natural Attractions

Somerset Village is a quiet retreat which doesn't boast much in the way… more…

Restaurants

The great thing about dining in Somerset Villages is that many of the… more…

Attractions

Transportation

Tourists looking for a quiet getaway that is still located nearby all… more…

Air Travel

Set on complete opposite ends of the island of Bermuda, Somerset Village… more…

Sailing & Boating

If you're nautically inclined, you may be interested in sailing to… more…

Taxis

Connected to the large capital city of… more…

Beaches

Although the goings-on of Somerset… more…

Attractions

A town with just one main street such… more…

Snorkeling

A massive reef system to the island's west make Somerset Village the ideal setting for snorkelers who like excursions that take them away from the shallows. The thing that makes this area of the island even better is that there is plenty of snorkeling to be had from the shore as well.… more…

Sailing & Boating

If you're nautically inclined, you may be interested in sailing to… more…

Fishing

Fishing is a popular sport in Somerset Village, and… more…

Diving

As the wreck capital of the Caribbean, there are over… more…

Attractions

A town with just one main street such as Somerset Village doesn't have a great deal to offer tourists who want to fill their days hopping from… more…

Beaches

Although the goings-on of Somerset Village seem to center around Mangrove… more…

Natural Attractions

Somerset Village is a quiet retreat which doesn't boast much in the way… more…

Weather

Bermuda is famous for its weather. In fact, "Bermuda high" has become synonymous with clear blue skies and warm sunshine. The island's climate is best described as humid subtropical, which means that the area experiences hot, humid summers alongside cool winters. Though high humidity (reaching upwards of 84 percent) on Bermuda intensifies the heat in the summer, the Gulf Stream keeps the air temperate. Unlike many parts of the Caribbean, there is no rainy season on Bermuda, but the elevated… more…

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