Below is a list of a number of Hotels in Guernsey.
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HOTELS IN ST PETER PORT
St Jacques, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1SN, tel: 01481-710331 www.collinette.guernsey.net .
A well-run, family oriented hotel with apartments and cottages. For children under 10 there is no charge if sharing parents’ room and high teas are laid on. Bar, restaurant and pool. Ten minutes from the centre. 24 rooms, seven 2-bed cottages.
Les Cotils, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1UT, tel: 01481-724624 www.lafregatehotel.com .
18th-century manor house character with the amenities of a modern boutique hotel. Antiques-furnished lounges, balcony and harbour view from most of the 13 bedrooms. Secluded gardens.
Havelet,St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1BA, tel: 01481- 722199 www.dehaveletguernsey.com .
Attractive Georgian house overlooking the harbour, with ordinary bedrooms, but secluded gardens, a smart indoor pool and a stable block converted into a cheerful bar, informal grill and highly regarded restaurant, the Wellington Boot. 34 rooms.
Le Pollet, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1WH, tel: 01481- 724452 www.mooresguernsey.co.uk .
Civilized retreat right in the heart of town. Public areas include a snug drinking den, the Library bar with an excellent-value carvery, the Patisserie and the attractive Conservatory Restaurant for ‘table d’hote’ meals. 46 bedrooms.
HOTELS AROUND THE ISLAND
Route de Sausmarez, St Martins, Guernsey, GY4 6 SQ tel: 01481-238356 www.ambassador.guernsey.net .
The hotel has 17 rooms and two suites, and a heated outdoor swimming pool. On the main bus routes and well located for the beach, this is a genuinely friendly hotel where the owners will cater for everything from people with disabilities to motorcyclists – he owns a Harley hog.
AUBERGE DU VAL
Sous l’Eglise St Saviour’s, tel 01481-263862 www.guernseytourism.com/auberge .
Set in 3 acres of an idyllic valley, this farmhouse has a bistro serving fresh food with herbs from their garden and a health suite with sauna, solarium and spa pool. Waterbed suite available.
Moulin Huet, St Martins, Guernsey, GY4 6EB, tel: 01481-238764 www.bellalucehotel.guernsey.net .
Secluded, fine old building dating from medieval times, with a lovely garden incorporating pool and terrace. Atmospheric public rooms; 32 reproduction-style bedrooms.
LA GRANDE MARE
Vazon Bay, Castel, Guernsey, GY5 7LL, tel: 01481-256576 www.lgm.guernsey.net .
Hotel, golf and country club with beachside location, extensive grounds, golf course, pool and health suite. Its sophisticated restaurant has been judged the island’s finest: the menu can come with a specially selected wine for each course. 25 rooms and 10 self-catering apartments.
HOUGUE DU POMMIER
Castel, Guernsey, GY5 7FQ tel: 01481-256531 www.hotelhouguedupommier.com .
Creeper-covered old farmhouse converted and extended into a welcoming inn. Six cozy dinning areas put the emphasis on food, with up market bar fare, a carvery and full restaurant menus. Ten-acre garden with a pretty pool and pitch and putt. There are 43 comfortable bedrooms.
LES PIQUES FARM
Route des Piques, St Saviour, Guernsey GY7 9FW, tel: 01481-264515 www.lespiques.com .
Self-catering accommodation in six successfully converted cottages (2-6 person) tucked away down hidden back lanes.
ST PIERRE PARK
Rohais, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1FD, tel: 01481-728282, www.stpierreparkhotel.com .
Luxurious but somewhat impersonal modern hotel with no fewer than three restaurants, 45 acres of parkland and extensive leisure facilities including a nine-hole golf course, golf driving range, tennis court, croquet, crazy golf, snooker and a state-of-the-art health and fitness centre. Ubiquitous comfort. 134 rooms.
RECOMMENDED RESTAURANTS IN ST PETER PORT
St George’s Esplanade, tel: 723822.
One of Guernsey’s top fish restaurants, offering a broad choice of shellfish and other seafood. This is a popular business haunt for lunch. Reserve. Closed on lunch.
CHRISTIES BISTROT AND BAR
The Pollet, tel: 01481- 726624 www.christiesrestaurant.com .
The busiest restaurant, bar and brasserie in town, with a terrace for al-fresco dining.
Le merchant Street, tel: 01481-721782.
Converted backstreet warehouse with a cozy atmosphere and an enormous menu. Eclectic dining choices – from grills and seafood specials, to pasta, bangers and mash, and more. Closed weekend lunchtimes and Sunday evenings.
46 lower Pollet, tel: 01481-721552.
Welcoming, cozy and reliable establishment serving Italian food with some French dishes thrown in. Good fish and puddings, interesting pastas. The set menus are particularly good value.
19 Commercial Arcade, tel: 01481-723455.
A somewhat trendy, multi-faceted wine bar/café/restaurant, ideally located among the town’s shops. All sorts of food available, from pastas to scones and from bangers and mash to croissants.
2-4 Victoria road, tel: 01481-714714.
Large, varied but reasonably priced menu; the speciality is ‘fruits de la mer’ but it also offers good vegetarian options.
Quay Steps, tel: 01481-721714.
A touch of formality in this long-established institution overlooking the harbour. Italian and French cuisine includes fish dishes. Reserve. Closed Sunday, plus two weeks in January.
31 Glategny Esplanade, GY1 1WR, tel: 01481-725554.
The name says it all. Booking is recommended for dinner or try a long relaxed lunch.
RECOMMENDED RESTAURANTS AROUND THE ISLAND
AUBERGE DU VAL
Sous L’eglise, St Saviour, tel: 01481-263862.
Beams, pine furnishing and inventive bistro food flavoured by fresh produce from the auberge’s own herb garden. Also al-fresco lunches.
CAFÉ DU MOULIN
Rue de Quanteraine, St Peter, tel: 01481-265944 www.cafedumoulin.com .
Chef and owner Christophe Vincent runs Guernsey’s only Michelin-starred restaurant – gained in 2002. Polished, ambitious cuisine, in an old mill in a delightful rural valley. Closed on Monday.
FLEUR DU JARDIN
King’s Mills, Castel, tel: 01481-257996.
Comely 16th-century inn, full of nooks and crannies, serving good, mainstream pub food. Reserve for interesting, varied dishes in the romantic restaurant.
Le Gouffre, Forest, tel: 01481-257996.
Stylish clifftop café-bar-restaurant with stunning sea views and Mediterranean food to match. The ideal place to lunch during a cliff walk.
Rue de Longfrie, St Peter, tel 01481-263107.
A large food- and family-oriented pub (with a Fun Factory for children) serving platefuls of pies, steaks and more sophisticated specials. Good value.
Beaucette marina, Vale, tel: 01481-247066.
Stylish restaurant, decked out with nautical paraphernalia. Good-value set dinners; popular with the visiting yachts people.
Le Gron, St Saviour’s, tel: 01481-264165.
Awarded the Guernsey Restaurant of the Year in 2000 when it opened, run by husband and wife team of Tony and Joanne Leck. Traditional Guernsey bean jar and golf ice cream, made with real gold.