The Yacht Inn
The Yacht Inn offers a great seafront location in St. Peter Port. Having been an inn since 1854, it has a long history of hospitality.
The decor is stylish, pleasantly luxurious for a B&B, and will please families as well as solo travellers.
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2.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)
- Open all year
- 13 rooms
- Free WiFi
- Close to harbour
- On street parking
- Dogs accepted
There is a selection of standard double / twin rooms, seaview rooms, and a Junior suite.
The furnishing is contemporary, all rooms are en-suite and equipped with working desk, television, free WiFi, ironing facilities, and tea & coffee facilities.
There is room service and daily housekeeping.
Restaurant & Bars
Breakfast is served daily in the bar area. On the first floor, the restaurant serves lunch and evening menus with beautiful sea views.
Bar meals are also available at lunch time.
The bar is a vibrant place to spend time at the weekend and is popular locally.
Exploring Guernsey from St. Peter Port is easy and fun. This charming little town offers many entertaining venues, from historical sites to quaint shops and lovely gourmet restaurants. The beach is a couple of bus stops away, with lots of safe swimming and many water sports available around the island.
The Yacht Inn is not suitable for wheelchair access.
Check In / Out
2 pm / 11 am
Staying with your dog
Small dogs are accepted on a request basis at a charge of £10.00 per dog per night and provided with a water bowl and bed. Dogs are also allowed in the bar area.
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