The only hotel of any note in Smith’s Parish is the Pink Beach Club.
Attractions and Activities
Smith’s Parish is primarily a residential area and has relatively few attractions compared to other areas of Bermuda:
- John Smith’s Bay – public beach with lifeguard during the summer months
- Spittal Pond Nature Reserve – the island’s largest nature reserve, good spot for birdwatching
- Verdmont Museum – historic house owned by the Bermuda National Trust
Transport – Buses
Buses 1, 3, 10, and 11 pass through Smith’s Parish on their way from Hamilton to St George’s:
Bus number 1 is of most interest to tourists, passing Verdmont, Spittal Pond, John Smith’s Bay, and the Pink Beach Club.
Buses 10 and 11 take a coastal route along the North Shore Road, before heading into Hamilton Parish at Flatts. Bus number 3 takes a central route on Middle Road and Napton Hill Road.
Pink Beach Club
Cottage colony in Bermuda's richest area [more]
Bermuda National Trust property [more]
Spittal Pond Nature Reserve
Nature reserve [more]
John Smith’s Bay
The only public beach in Smith's Parish [more]
North Rock Restaurant
Pub and restaurant in Smith's Parish [more]
Family-run diner in Smith's Parish [more]
Collector’s Hill Apothecary
Pharmacy at Collector’s Hill [more]
Flatts Post Office
Post office in Flatts village, Smith's Parish [more]
Harrington Hundreds Grocery & Liquor Store
Supermarket in Smith's Parish [more]
Supermarket at Collector's Hill [more]
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