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Devonshire Parish in Bermuda is named after William Cavendish, 1st Earl of Devonshire. It's near the centre of Bermuda, close to the junction between the body of the main island and the peninsula that contains the capital city, Hamilton.



Natural features in Devonshire include Devonshire Bay and Devonshire Marsh. Devonshire Bay is on Bermuda's southern coastline, while the Marsh is in the centre on the north side of Middle Road.

Get in[edit]

By taxi[edit]

Devonshire Parish is a taxi ride less than 15 minutes from Bermuda's airport, or about 10 minutes from downtown Hamilton.

By car[edit]

From Hamilton, take Middle Road or North Shore Road east for about 7 minutes.

By bus[edit]

Busses #1, #3, #10 and #11 pass through the parish on their way between Hamilton and St. George's. If coming from the airport, take direction "Hamilton". If coming from Hamilton, take direction "St. George's".

Get around[edit]

Map of Devonshire Parish


  • 1 Devonshire Bay and Park.
  • 2 Devonshire Marsh (brackish pond). Watlington Reserve, Winifred Gibbons Nature Reserve, Freer Cox Nature Reserve and Firefly Reserve.
  • 3 Palm Grove, 38 South Rd, +1 441 295 0022. Garden




  • 1 Flame, 89 N Shore Rd, +1 441-292-0348.
  • 2 Mr. Chicken.



  • 1 Frognal, 4 Lookout Ln. Apartment rental


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