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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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4 nights at the Best Western Moores Hotel by air from Gatwick 24th December from £606pp.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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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, Guernsey's only real ice rink, returns to Le Friquet Garden Centre this winter
Sausmarez Manor is frequently described as one of the most interesting, beautiful and varied places in Guernsey, and it’s easy to see why.
Taking place 16th - 31st May 2020 with over 40 guided walks available, all led by Accredited Guides.
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.
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.
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.
Enjoy beautiful, unspoilt beaches, sample island life, explore the natural coastline and take in spectacular views of neighbouring islands and the French coast.
The island is part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, but its unique history and 'olde worlde' charm have lent Sark its own distinct personality.
It's a dog's life. A pedigree break by sea for you and your best friend.
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.
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.
With an area of just 25 square miles, Guernsey offers an impressive 42 miles of coastline to explore on your trip.
This is Herm: Welcome to Paradise Island! Only a quick 20 minute hop from Guernsey, this shiney little gem is within reach for all to enjoy whilst holidaying in the Channel Islands.This small island offers a unique experience, with the absence of traffic creating a safe place to roam and explore without boundaries offering the potential for imagination fuelled adventures now rarely seen outside of Enid Blyton books.
There’s no place like Herm; with so much to offer on an Island only one and a half miles long, it’s no wonder that many Guernsey locals would prefer to keep Herm as their little secret. Welcome to Paradise Island: no cars, no crowds, no stress!
Here’s a short guide of some of the best ways to enjoy your day trip to Herm.
A welcoming atmosphere greets you as you buy your ticket to Herm at the Weighbridge in St. Peter Port. Families and groups of friends weighed down with beach bags, picnic hampers and even the family dog will join you on-board as you head off for your day out to Herm.
Ferries start from 08.30 in the morning and depart approximately every 2 hours subject to weather and tidal conditions. The Trident Ferry takes just 20 minutes to cross the 3 mile stretch of water to Herm arriving at either the harbour below The White House Hotel, or at Rosaire steps a gentle 10 minute stroll away.
As the last passengers disembark and the boat pulls away there’s a curious but pleasant feeling of being marooned. Guernsey is in plain sight,
but feels many miles away.
Arriving into the harbour, you find yourself at the hub of the Island. Lined with a smattering of eateries you also have toilet facilities and a convenience shop. There is a small post office selling their very own Herm Island stamps for the collectors out there plus when you post your postcards you get a unique Herm frank mark.
And for those who want to keep the memories alive with a souvenir, there is a gift shop with everything from a bucket and spade for the kids to custom made Herm jewellery and loved brands such as Captain Corsaire and Weird Fish.
When the sun is baking the sand and the turquoise waves are lapping the shore, it’s said that Herm seems more like the Seychelles than part of Great Britain.
The most popular spot to spend the day is the expansive Shell beach with its crystal clear waters, kayak hire and kiosk serving drinks, snacks and local specialities such as delicious ice cream and traditional Guernsey gâche. Despite being the busiest beach on Herm, Shell Beach is large enough never to feel too crowded.
Should you continue on around the coastal path you will be rewarded by a sunbathing spot in beautiful Belvoir Bay nestled at the foot of those cliffs. Only 75 metres across at its widest point, it pays to arrive early to Belvoir. Refreshments are also on hand here with a beach café open daily throughout the summer months.
Families in particular will find a unique experience on this small Island. The absence of traffic creates a safe place to run and explore without boundaries, children are guaranteed to experience a sense of freedom and exhilaration on Herm that is rarely found elsewhere.
Here a few fun suggestions of how to make the most of the island environment.
Tranquil pathways that follow the coastline and cross the interior are lined with more than 500 species of wild-flower, visited by a thriving population of bees and butterflies. Bird watchers can enjoy almost 100 different species of birds, including a small community of Puffins.
Wildlife in Herm is not restricted to those with wings and with a little luck it’s possible to spot Atlantic seals and dolphins in the waters around the Island. There are even recordings of visiting Minke Whales.
Dining on Herm is all part of the experience and there are 3 main places, aside from the Beach Cafes, to feed your soul.
On a summer’s afternoon, the al fresco areas at the Mermaid and at the Ship Inn start to fill up with thirsty wayfarers keen to enjoy a cool drink before making their way back home, so be sure to get there early.