Saturday 12th September 2020
This years Channel Islands LGBTQ Pride celebrations will be held in Guernsey for the second time.
Save the date - more information will be available nearer the time!
The Best Western Hotel de Havelet is a beautiful Georgian house on the outskirts of St Peter Port town centre. The hotel features an indoor swimming pool, restaurant and grill.
The Cobo Bay is a fantastic beachfront hotel in a fabulous location, facing the ocean on the west coast of Guernsey. The hotel features an award winning restaurant and stunning views over the sea and beach opposite.
The Fleur du Jardin Hotel offers a pleasant setting in Guernsey beautiful countryside, complete with an outdoor swimming pool and a sun terrace. The building dates as far back as the 15th century.
La Barbarie Hotel is a converted farmhouse hotel in the heart of Guernsey's rural parish of St Martin. The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool and sun terrace.
The Hougue du Pommier Hotel is an original 17th century farmhouse that sits within eight acres of landscaped gardens and private land. The hotel features an outdoor heated swimming pool and a popular restaurant.
Vazon Bay Apartments are ideal for a summer holiday in Guernsey, being located at the north end of Vazon beach on Guernsey's picturesque west coast.
La Villette Hotel is a spacious hotel in the heart of Guernsey's countryside offering an indoor swimming pool, health suite, a friendly bar, a bistro and a restaurant.
The Peninsula Hotel is a large hotel bordering a beautiful sandy bay and offering a selection of guest rooms as well as meeting and event facilities.
The Saints Bay Hotel offers exceptional 3 star accommodation in a stunning position on Guernsey's south coast.
St. Pierre Park is one of Guernsey's premier resort hotels, set in rolling woodlands and gardens and featuring a golf course, a spa and a popular restaurant.
Come along and enjoy the sounds of local and overseas acts for a day of glorious music with the perfect views to match – a mini Glastonbury by the sea!
This will be the island’s eighth literary festival and will feature its usual heady mix of talks and workshops.