Definitely take the breakfast rate, if available. Full freight breakfast was $38 this year - included for 2 (there were 3 of us) with select rate plans. A rare value find in Bermuda, it was a generous serving with a wide variety.
Property itself was a little disappointing for the price point. Our air conditioning never really worked, and they were unable to fix it, leaving us with the daunting prospect of repacking and unpacking all over again in a new room.
Property is also on a steep slope, which makes walking back from the beach or restaurants daunting as well. The front desk offered us the services of the bell hop-driven shuttle - results were hit or miss, in December. At busier times, I can't think you could count on it at all. The beach is rather narrow, and also on the steep slope - feels like you're going to slide right into the water, lounge chair and all.
Good amenities within walking distance - Paraquet restaurant, Modern Mart grocery, St. Michael's RC Church, as well as the ubiquitous bus, as close as right across the street (once you trek up the hill to them). Onsite restaurant menu was limited, and cocktails contained no discernible alcohol whatsoever. Even with service and delivery charges, room service was a better option.
The main building is not in use, except for the lobby, giving it somewhat of a "The Shining" feel. Remaining cottages closer to the water are in blocks of three duplexes each - a common door, with two separate doors behind - unique.