When your holiday is booked, the next step is planning on how you will spend your summer in Guernsey – here’s our guide to inspire you!
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In this guide, we will explain how the island’s cultural significance matches that of all the other Channel Islands, and how those who wish to can immerse themselves in it when they visit.
If you are thinking about treating your partner to a last-minute Valentine’s Day getaway in a new and exciting destination (but one that also has the familiar feel of home), you should be sure to book one of our wonderful Guernsey holidays packages. This guide will show our top recommendations for where to spend the perfect Valentine’s Day in Guernsey.
In this guide, we will aim to show you that Guernsey is also a hugely rewarding place to visit once the weather has turned cold, with the second-largest Channel Island offering lots for guests of all ages, tastes and energy levels to make the most of, whatever the temperature is outside. Guernsey really is a 365 destination!
Anyone who has spent a week or two in Guernsey during the festive season will know that there is a very special atmosphere to be enjoyed in Guernsey during November and December. Here’s some more information about our top choices for things to do in Guernsey this Christmas.
Those of you that are planning on going on Guernsey holidays this year are in luck as the island is a paradise for those attached to this social media platform. With the help of some top instagrammers who either live in Guernsey or have been on holiday to the island, we’ve highlighted some of the best places to snap a photo that you can share and make all your friends and family envious.
In this guide – and with the help of a few experts – we will look a little closer at why the novel ‘The Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society’ became an unexpected but huge success, some further information regarding the upcoming film adaptation, and how you can get closer to the action by visiting some of the places mentioned in the story.
Guernsey’s exceptional gardens are the natural combination of excellent climatic conditions and a large pool of keen and competent gardeners. The island benefits from much milder temperatures than the UK, especially during the winter, allowing for exotic and subtropical plants to survive outdoors throughout the year.