The Peninsula is a purpose built hotel facing the ocean on the north-west coast of Guernsey. The hotel is one of the largest on the island and sits within five acres of its own land, pretty much surrounded by the coast.
The facilities are comparable to those of a resort hotel with the outdoor swimming pool, pitch and putt, volleyball, pétanque and table tennis amongst the activities and entertainment on offer.
B&B: from £46 per person per night (low season) and £80 per person per night (high season)
4.9 out of 5 (59 reviews)
There is a selection of single, double, twin, family and inter-connecting rooms.
All rooms are en-suite and equipped with satellite television, hair dryer, direct-dial telephone, and tea and coffee facilities.
The restaurant offers a fixed price Table d’Hôte, changing daily in high season and weekly in the off peak season.
Opens daily with a Gastro Menu, Lunchtime Sandwich menu and in the winter a Seasonal Sunday Lunch Menu.
The Peninsula faces the magnificent Grand Havre Bay and has the sandy Baie de Port Grat at its rear.
The Peninsula offers full disabled facilities: full wheelchair access, lift to floors and two fully equipped rooms.
2 pm / 11 am
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