New Chapter For Edgehill Manor Guesthouse

May 19, 2015

Edgehill Manor Guesthouse on Rosemont Avenue is under new ownership after more than 30 years, and the new owners said they are looking to “modernise to improve guest experiences with a focus on family and business tourism.”

Front Image of Edgehill Guest House

Tricia Shastri, manager said, “We are currently in discussions with contractors regarding significant improvements to the common areas. The pool area will become a focal area with two decks, new tiling and other improvements.

“New family friendly features will be added, such as comfortable pool lounge furniture and umbrellas as well as an outdoor family area and general improvements to the secluded garden.

“The guesthouse enjoys a high rate of repeat visitors and will look to improve services for families and business visitors further. Work has already begun to improve the WiFi coverage around the property and we will add convenient fast check-out processes for business visitors. New guest activities will also be launched over the coming 12 months,” the company said.

“Upgrading technology infrastructure with new hotel management system will ensure customer information remains secure during booking process and we will continue to enhance overall customer journey with us.”

Swimming Pool at Edgehill Manor

“We would also like to thank Bridget Marshall for her continued support during the transition. Ms. Marshall will retain a financial interest in the guesthouse going forward but will enjoy a well earned retirement from day-to-day operations following transition. Bridget is a dear personal friend, a business mentor and an icon in the Bermuda hospitality industry,” added Tricia Shastri.

Andy Burrows, chief investment officer, Bermuda Tourism Authority said, “This is welcome news to us at the BTA and the investment division is pleased to have been involved in the transaction.

“New investment in Bermuda Tourism brings fresh ideas, renewed energy and ultimately jobs to the Bermuda economy. Guesthouses remain an important part of Bermuda’s tourism product and room inventory. We wish Edgehill Manor Guesthouse continued success for the future”.

Double Deluxe Room with Private Balcony at Edgehill

Tricia Shastri concluded, “Edgehill Manor Guesthouse continues to be a gem for business and family tourism to Bermuda.

“The central Hamilton location, reasonable rates, charm and friendly staff continue to be key strengths for us – we have a great value proposition and are confident we are starting a new chapter with another 30 years of successful guest house operations in Bermuda“.

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  1. Here we see yet another positive sign of Bermuda’s rebounding economy.
    “Andy Burrows, chief investment officer, Bermuda Tourism Authority said, “This is welcome news to us at the B.T.A. and the investment division is pleased to have been involved in the transaction. New investment in Bermuda Tourism brings fresh ideas, renewed energy and ultimately jobs to the Bermuda economy. Guesthouses remain an important part of Bermuda’s tourism product and room inventory. We wish “Edgehill Manor Guesthouse” continued success for the future”.

  2. aceboy says:

    Great news.

    Not sure why someone “disliked” your comment. Spot on. Probably Ian/Mockingjay/Betty hating to see any sign of progress.

    • I can’t print what I at times consider them being, other than, “bias”.
      I kind of agree with what you’ve written about, “certain individuals” view of me; but until they do the following, “feed, house or clothe me” then only then will they have an influence upon the way I view “life” and them I often encounter in “life” :-(

    • ann says:

      please explain how you can dislike!!!!

  3. ..... says:

    @aceboy Just goes to show that at least 10 people still don’t get it.

  4. ann says:

    I cant believe anybody would be negative about this,please someone explain the negative. I am becoming positive that a certain bunch really does not want our Island to succeed! congratulation’s to whomever purchased and Thank you.

  5. aceboy says:

    ann. There is a very simple explanation. If any progress in Tourism is made the PLP and their supporters hate it, for obvious reasons. RR’s comment is now up to 20 dislikes. It really is pathetic.