Where to stay around Tucker's Town, BM?

Our 2019 property listings offer a large selection of 131 vacation rentals near Tucker's Town. From 50 Studios to 42 Condos/Apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Tucker's Town for a holiday or a weekend are on VRBO.

Can I rent Studios in Tucker's Town?

Yes, of course. VRBO has 50 Studios in Tucker's Town. Our other popular types of vacation rentals in Tucker's Town include:

  • Condos/Apartments: 42 rentals available
  • Houses: 37 rentals available
  • Bungalows: 16 rentals available

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other vacation rentals including Cabins and more.

Can I find a vacation rental with pool in Tucker's Town?

Yes, you can select your prefered vacation rental with pool among our 42 vacation rentals with pool available in Tucker's Town. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

    Shopping and golf in Tucker's Town

    Once a poor village avoided by locals and tourists alike, Tucker's Town has transformed into a place of luxury accommodation, elegant homes and an excellent golf course that draws players from around the world. Tucker's Town vacation rentals are close to gorgeous beaches with breathtaking views of the North Atlantic Ocean and Castle Harbor, and opportunities for exploring the sea floor, through snorkeling and diving. Nearby there are magical caves to venture into, a wonderful aquarium filled with amazing sea creatures and museums and historic buildings to tour. Food-lovers will discover fine restaurants, and shoppers will enjoy perusing local boutiques.

    Hiking and water sports in Tucker's Town

    Lovers of golf who like to play in a tropical paradise will find luxurious options in Tucker's Town. With exclusive fine-dining options and stunning views of the North Atlantic, Castle Harbor and Mangrove Lake, inspiration and beauty is at every turn. Tucker's Town vacation rentals are ideal home bases for lovers of water sports, with lakes and oceans only a short walk away. The town boasts its own shipwreck, providing a fascinating experience for divers. Nature reserves are beautiful places to hike and see the countryside of Bermuda, while elegant spas are peaceful places for a massage.

    Caves and towers near Tucker's Town

    While Tucker's Point has lush natural beauty through beaches and sea views, there are equally stunning beauties below ground, at the truly wondrous Crystal and Fantasy Caves, where otherworldly formations are reflected in deep turquoise blue pools. The Walsingham Nature Reserve, known to locals as Tom Moore's Jungle, is a wonderful place to explore with a guide. You can go cliff-jumping at the Blue Hole, climb a tall observation tower and ramble through an amazing series of subterranean grottos and caves. Tucker's Town vacation rentals are an easy day trip from the historic homes, forts and churches of St. George.

    Mild winters and hot summers in Tucker's Town

    Tucker's Town in Bermuda is known for its mild, rainy winters and hot, tropical summers. Summer in Tucker's Town is humid and hot, with temperatures in the low to mid-80s. Summer is also hurricane season, so visitors will need to bring raincoats and umbrellas in preparation for strong winds and heavy rains. The Caribbean is known for severe hurricanes, but Bermuda doesn't usually experience the severity of hurricanes that other Caribbean islands face. Winter has pleasant temperatures, with lows about 60 degrees, and highs about 68 degrees. A light jacket is sufficient to keep you warm when the sun goes down.

    Crabs and lizards in Tucker's Town

    Tucker's Town rests in the northeast area of Bermuda, in St. George's Parish. Nestled on the southern shore of Castle Harbor, Tucker's Town faces the vast North Atlantic on its eastern shore. Nearby are Windsor Beach and Frick's Beach, which also have stunning views of the ocean and Castle Harbor. Birdlife abounds in Tucker's Town, and savvy birdwatchers may spot native birds such as the Bermuda white-eyed vireo, eastern bluebird or grey catbird. On the ground, you may find Bermuda Rock Lizards slithering away, or Land Hermit Crabs scuttling past in a non-matching shell they've borrowed from a marine snail.