Bertrand’s en-suite accommodation is situated on the first floor overlooking the cottage grounds and hosting spectacular views of Deadwood Plain
The Ebony restaurant and lounge areas are also available for conferencing and events, such as
parties and receptions.
Bertrand’s Cottage offers a fine dining restaurant named after one of St Helena’s endemic plants, therefore being named the Ebony Restaurant.
Bertrand’s Cottage was built in 1816 by the British government for the General Count Henri-Gatien Bertrand and his family, who accompanied Napoleon to St Helena during his exile. General Bertrand was responsible for the daily life and security of Napoleon. At the time the cottage was separated from Napoleons residence in Longwood House by a garden. It is now a short walk across a public road from Longwood House.
Tuesdays: Lunch from 12 to 3 pm.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Dinner from 6.30 to 9 pm.
Saturday: Brunch from 11 am to 3 pm.
Sunday: Lunch from 12 to 3 pm.
Excellent accommodation, excellent food, excellent service, wish we could have stayed longer.
Food, atmosphere, staff and location was good. I will go there again next I’m home again