Greenbank has been family-run for 58 years, and this is what Bermuda vacations were like back then: by way of entertainment you had a due-west pier with chairs to watch the sunset. A stay at Greenbank is a slow, relaxed experience. There's no beach here. Instead, you sit out on the harborfront lawn and take in the sun, or use the private dock for deepwater swimming. Or catch the ferry, just steps across the road, to explore the island. The waterside cottages, especially Salt Winds and Sea Fan, have lovely harbor views. No two are alike—some were converted from old horse-and-buggy stations once used in transporting salt. All are clean and updated, with kitchens, private entrances, and shaded verandas.