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Guernsey Holidays and Short Breaks with GuernseyTravel.com

GuernseyTravel.com is part of C. I. Travel Group Ltd and we’re proud to have been bringing people to the Channel Islands for over 30 years. Our experienced team is based in the Channel Islands so we can tailor-make the perfect trip for your island break. Our service is assured as members of ABTA and your monies are protected by ATOL.

We love where we live and we want to share this with you so you can make your own special #guernseymemories. Most of our breaks can be booked online but if you’d rather share the love, pick up the phone and we can walk you through the most popular local spots to the locals’ hidden gems. Go do great things in Guernsey this year with GuernseyTravel.com by your side.

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Recommended Guernsey Holiday Offers

Based in the Channel Islands, we're ideally positioned to get you the best offers from the best accommodation accompanied by the best service. Choice, value and flexibility are at our heart. Plus, we're so confident of our prices that we offer a Price Match Guarantee: find the same holiday cheaper elsewhere and we'll beat it by £10! Here are our current recommendations, browse all offers online at your leisure or call the team to let them inspire you.

Christmas in Guernsey
4 nights by air from £606
Christmas

Christmas in Guernsey

4 nights at the Best Western Moores Hotel by air from Gatwick 24th December from £606pp.

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Best Western Moores Hotel
3 nights by air from £267
Moores Hotel

3 nights B&B by air from Gatwick 22nd November from £267

Weekend 3 for 2 offer valid 1st November - 23rd December

Save £118 per couple

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Fermain Valley Hotel
3 nights by air in November from £273
Fermain Valley

Fermain Valley Hotel

3 nights for the price of 2

Valid for travel 1st October - 23rd December

3 nights B&B by air travelling 15th November from £273pp

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Holidays to Jersey
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Gorey Castle

Holidays to Jersey

Discover our sister brand and revitalise in the fresh sea air on #theislandbreak.

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Condor Ferries 2020 now on sale
Book before 29th February for the best prices
Condor at sea

Condor Ferries 2020 now on sale

Book before 29th February for travel any time

Save £10 per adult and child and £20 per vehicle return.

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St Pierre Park Hotel
3 nights by air in December from just £299
St Pierre Park Hotel

St Pierre Park Hotel & Golf Resort

3 nights for the price of 2 PLUS free upgrade .

Valid for stays 1st October - 23rd December 2019.

3 nights by air from Gatwick 6th December from just £299

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Duke of Richmond Hotel
3 nights by air in November from just £296
Duke of Richmond Hotel

Duke of Richmond Hotel

3 nights for the price of 2 plus FREE upgrade, mulled wine on arrival and 2 course dinner on 1st night

Valid from 12th November until 23rd December

3 nights B&B by air from Southampton 29th November from just £228pp

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Top Recommended Guernsey Accommodation

Guernsey and her islands offer a varied selection of accommodation from boutique luxury to charming guest-house simplicity, coastal gems to self-catering homes from home. We know all the best places, plus they're tried and tested by our team. Each property and island offers its own unique experience for your own unique requirements. View all accommodation or call us and we’ll point you in the right direction.

4/5 Star Hotels
Bella Luce Hotel
Bella Luce Hotel

Bella Luce Hotel

The Bella Luce is a perfect place for a truly peaceful break and offers an intimate setting for each guest to replenish, rest and enjoy the island’s beauty from an enchanting country location.

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2/3 Star Hotels
Best Western Hotel de Havelet
Best Western Hotel de Havelel

Best Western Hotel de Havelet

TThe Best Western Hotel de Havelet is a little gem overlooking St. Peter Port’s bay and castle, close to the heart of town and to many of Guernsey's top attractions.

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Guest Houses/Bed & Breakfasts
Marton Guest House
Marton Guest House

Marton Guest House

The Marton Guest House offers a quiet escape from the busier areas of St. Peter Port, featuring terraced woodland gardens in which to relax after a long day exploring Guernsey.

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Self-Catering
Del Mar Court Apartments
Del Mar Apartments

Del Mar Court Apartments

Del Mar Court Apartments are ideal for family holidays, with the gardens, sun bathing terraces and the swimming pool offering plenty for adults and children to do.

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Guernsey Holiday Inspiration

Good things come in small packages. There’s so much you can fit into your Guernsey package because, within 40 square miles, nothing is out of reach. Explore dramatic coastlines and unspoiled beaches; saunter along cobbled lanes and get a taste of Guernsey’s fresh culinary scene. With something to do around every corner we want to share a few of our favourites. #godo great things and make your happy #guernseymemories.

Ice Skate Guernsey
Ice Skate Guernsey

Ice Skate Guernsey

Ice Skate Guernsey, Guernsey's only real ice rink, returns to Le Friquet Garden Centre this winter

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Sausmarez Manor
Sausmarez Manor

Sausmarez Manor

Sausmarez Manor is frequently described as one of the most interesting, beautiful and varied places in Guernsey, and it’s easy to see why.

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2020 Spring Walking Festival
Tasty Walks

2020 Spring Walking Festival

Taking place 16th - 31st May 2020 with over 40 guided walks available, all led by Accredited Guides.

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Castle Cornet
Castle Cornet

Castle Cornet

Castle Cornet is Guernsey’s ancient harbour fortress, which was isolated upon a rocky islet until the construction of a breakwater and bridge in the 19th century.

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Tennerfest
Tennerfest

Tennerfest

The Tennerfest is the Channel Islands’ famous fixed price food promotion, giving restaurant goers access to the finest food the islands have to offer at affordable prices.

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Hauteville House
Hauteville House

Hauteville House

Hauteville House, located at 38 Rue Hauteville in St Peter Port, once belonged to Victor Hugo during his exile from France (1851-1870). Following a major restoration project the house has now re-opened.

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Herm Island
Herm Island

Herm Island

Enjoy beautiful, unspoilt beaches, sample island life, explore the natural coastline and take in spectacular views of neighbouring islands and the French coast.

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Sark Island
Sark Island

Sark Island

The island is part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, but its unique history and 'olde worlde' charm have lent Sark its own distinct personality.

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Travelling with dogs to Guernsey
Travelling with dogs to Guernsey

Travelling with dogs to Guernsey

It's a dog's life. A pedigree break by sea for you and your best friend.

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Latest Blog:
'Explore Guernsey's Island Secrets'
L'Ancresse Common

Latest Blog: 'Explore Guernsey's Island secrets'

There are loads of wonderful hidden gems that even some of the locals may not have visited before, meaning they are unspoilt and a beautiful place to while away an afternoon.

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Cycling
Tasty Walks

Cycling

Cycling in Guernsey is easy and safe thanks to a vast network of “Ruettes Tranquilles”, or Quiet Lanes, where vehicle speed is limited to 15mph.

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Guernsey Beach Guide
Guernsey Beach Guide

Guernsey Beach Guide

With an area of just 25 square miles, Guernsey offers an impressive 42 miles of coastline to explore on your trip.

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Gourmet
Guernsey

Guernsey Food

St. Peter Port Views

With its cobbled streets, picturesque marina and historic gardens, it is easy to see why St. Peter Port is considered one of Europe's prettiest harbour towns. Guernsey's capital has been a busy port since Roman times and today its gentle bustle spills out onto the vibrant squares from informal cafes and gastronomic restaurants. The restaurants listed below are some great choices of places to eat of this picturesque harbour.

Le Nautique

Le Nautique Restaurant is a truly exceptional seafood restaurant at the heart of Guernsey's picturesque St. Peter Port. World-class cuisine, excellent service and a perfect view of the marina, St. Peter Port Harbour and the smaller islands make Le Nautique Restaurant the perfect venue for all occasions, be it an intimate dinner for two, or a celebration for forty. With its special menus for large groups and festive occasions, Le Nautique should be your first choice for dining out in Guernsey, whatever the size of your party.

Mora Restaurant

An upscale waterside venue with harbour views from the upstairs brassiere. Downstairs, Mora has a lively bar and is the perfect setting for a drink before moving upstairs to the restaurant. The bar staff can lovingly create a number of classic cocktails for you - or you can experiment with some cocktails unique to the bar. Priding itself on sourcing local and sustainable produce wherever possible, you’ll get to experience some of Guernsey’s delightful harvest from sea or farm – straight to your plate!

The Slaughterhouse

On the edge of the harbour, the Slaughterhouse has been reborn as a stunning bar and eatery, where great food and drink come together in a spectacular historical building. The sun-drenched sheltered courtyard is the perfect place to unwind with a snack or drink from the Prosecco bar. Inside, the bar serves one of the biggest ranges of wines, beers and spirits in Guernsey. Food prepared to perfection by their team of chefs is served on the mezzanine level, where each window offers a picture-postcard view of St. Peter Port.

Copenhagen Bar & Grill

Located on the ground floor of the former Coach House at Hotel de Havelet, Copenhagen Bar & Grill enjoys fine views of St. Peter Port, Castle Cornet and Havelet Bay. They serve lunch, afternoon tea, light bites and dinner seven days a week. The name Copenhagen derives from the favourite horse of the first Duke of Wellington, the new Bar & Grill still has many nods to its equestrian past which you will see dotted around the interior. There is also a Scandinavian feel to the interiors which is also reflected with some of the menu offerings.

Seaside dining in Jersey

Afternoon Teas


To experience the best of the Afternoon Tea tradition, indulge yourself with a trip to one of Guernsey’s best-known establishments.
Here are some of our favourites.

Locals' Favourites

Bella Luce Hotel, Guernsey

Nestled in a leafy corner of the southern parish of St. Martins, the Bella Luce Hotel is an idyllic setting in which to enjoy afternoon tea. Sit in their beautifully maintained gardens, or get comfortable in the cosy interior of the hotel itself, and enjoy a delicious selection of homemade cakes and macaroons served with a range of loose leaf teas and coffees.

Old Government House Hotel, Guernsey

There's nowhere better to savour a delicious traditional Afternoon Tea than The Old Government House Hotel, looking out over St. Peter Port. The OGH try to make sure everything is special, and for many years have welcomed guests and locals for their popular Afternoon Tea which can be enjoyed in the Sir John Coward Lounge, or during finer weather, outdoors in The Olive Grove and gardens of the hotel.

The White House, Herm

The old saying is true; there really is no place like Herm. Just click your heels together and enjoy a full Afternoon Tea at The White House in The Conservatory restaurant or The Monk’s Bar. With a selection of modern twists on the classic ingredients of an Afternoon Tea, you can enjoy the view out of the glazed dining room and feel miles away with your own slice of heaven on this beautiful Island!

Picnics


Guernsey's unique landscape of lush fields produces an enviable larder of fresh food that compliments the bountiful fish and seafood surrounding its shores. From your morning spread of creamy Guernsey butter to the afternoon’s freshly caught crab;
the island has plenty of local delicacies to experience.

Hedge Veg

Local growers produce a wide range of fruit, vegetables, salad and herbs that supply our restaurants with a fantastic range of fresh produce. Keep an eye out for hedge veg while exploring the Island – local farmers ‘honesty boxes’ that are left on side of the country lanes for sale. At these little road-side boxes you can pick up fantastically fresh produce that will be a great addition to any picnic. From fresh strawberries, to asparagus and lemons and even herbs, just don’t forget to have the right change on you for the collection tin!

Fresh Seafood

The island’s shoreline is home to an abundance of fish and seafood. Turbot, mackerel, brill and bass; crabs, scallops and oysters all thrive in the temperate waters. For a rare shellfish delicacy, visit between October and April when the tides and moon are right for picking Ormers and try the Channel Islands’ local mollusc. Fresh seafood can be sourced and bought from supermarkets across the island as well as at the weekly Farmers’ Markets or straight from Sea Fresh Fishmongers in St. Peter Port fishing quay.

Sunset Chippy

Although not traditionally a picnic, Cobo Fish Bar is adjacent to Cobo Bay in the west, one of the island’s most popular beaches. With a selection of salty favourites, Cobo Fish Bar is open all year round to provide you with classic fish-shop delicacies. Cobo Bay also offers one of the most amazing sunsets anywhere in Guernsey, so if you’d like to enjoy a beautiful sunset along with the freshest fish and chips, Cobo Fish Bar is the obvious choice!



Honesty Box

The Best Terraces In Guernsey


With 35 miles of coastline, Guernsey has some breath-taking sights to take in, and what better way to do that than over a spot of lunch or dinner! Guernsey embraces its wonderfully pretty surroundings and you can too with these superb terraces serving excellent food.


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The Imperial

The Imperial Hotel is located in one of the Channel Island's most picturesque settings and features a terrace overlooking the beautiful Rocquaine Bay in Torteval, Guernsey. With its beach side location, the hotel is in the perfect setting to enjoy the safe sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and miles of adjoining coastal cliff paths. This is an area of great natural beauty and a tranquil location, making it a perfect place to unwind.

Jersey Picnic

Octopus

Octopus is a newly constructed restaurant and bar on the south side of Havelet Bay in St. Peter Port, Guernsey, offering fantastic views towards Herm, Jethou, and Sark. The terrace stands proudly atop the large granite sea wall and is perfectly situated for you to take in the sunset and the fresh sea air, as well as views of the imposing Castle Cornet that occupies a large amount of the horizon.

Jersey Picnic

La Reunion

La Reunion prepares elegant, honest food designed to tempt your senses with classic flavours and newly inspired dishes created by their fantastic team. Enjoy a buzzing cocktail bar and a kitchen led by enthusiastic and talented chefs on the terrace which looks out onto the wonderful Cobo Bay on Guernsey’s west coast.

Jersey Picnic

The Beach House

Slap bang on Pembroke Beach, The Beach House has a varied menu of beach-side classics, all served with a smile. The fantastic location lends itself perfectly to the café style atmosphere created by the large glass panels and planters. Pembroke Beach inspires pure relaxation with its golden sands, and there is no better place to sit and enjoy it than from the terrace of The Beach House.