About Waterville – Bermuda National Trust
The Bermuda National Trust is a charity dedicated to preserving the natural, architectural and historic treasures of Bermuda – and to making them available to the public wherever possible. The trust was established in 1970, and manages 11 historic sites in the Town of St. George alone. It also oversees cemeteries, nature reserves, archeological sites and gardens throughout the island. The headquarters of the Bermuda National Trust is at Waterville, a preserved estate from 1725, where you can tour the Bermuda Rose Society's showcase garden as well as the Mary-Jean Mitchell Green Memorial Garden and Gazebo.
Meeting & Conferences
Bring your team together for a meeting or corporate event at one of Bermuda’s stately 18th-century homes. At Waterville, the headquarters of the Bermuda National Trust, you can arrange an indoor gathering in the drawing room or hold open-air events in the formal rose garden planted by the Bermuda Rose Society. Waterville overlooks Hamilton Harbour in Paget Parish, Central Bermuda.
Step back in time as you walk down the aisle with a romantic wedding at this coral-tinged colonial estate. Located at the edge of Hamilton Harbour in Paget Parish, Waterville – the headquarters of the Bermuda National Trust – offers the Bermuda Rose Society’s formal rose garden and picturesque gazebo as wedding venues. Intimate meals for up to 30 guests can be arranged in the drawing room of the historic house, while the lush outdoor spaces can accommodate 200.