St. Peter Port may be small but it is perfectly formed - shopping in Guernsey offers plenty of choice if you want to treat yourself to a new wardrobe of clothes. The many of family-run businesses mean that no two shops are the same.
The High Street has retained much of its charm with small boutiques and gift shops jostling for space alongside larger branded stores.
Shop windows on the High Street and the Pollet are sparklingly clean and are filled with local goods as well as more recognisable regional shops.
The high street twists through some back lanes of St. Peter Port and flows both up and downhill into the beautiful Market Square.
With no added taxes, the picturesque port town of St. Peter Port is crammed with attractive shops along its cobble stoned streets. Guernsey is a veritable delight for shoppers throughout the year.
In the centre of St. Peter Port where most of Guernsey's shops are located, you can buy everything from UK brands, designer fashions and high class jewellery to unique, locally made goods that you simply cannot find anywhere else. The beautiful port town is wonderfully compact and easily explore on foot with plenty of free parking.
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.
Set in a beautiful country location and overlooking the coast, the Fermain Valley Hotel could almost be called the Fermain “Bay” Hotel.
The Best Western Moores Hotel is only a stone's throw from St. Peter Port harbour and sea front, providing guests with a perfect base from which to explore Guernsey.
The Duke of Normandie is a 3 star boutique hotel in Guernsey's town centre, featuring a popular bar, a beer garden and a sunny courtyard.
Les Rocquettes Hotel is a popular 3 star hotel on the outskirts of St. Peter Port, family-owned and run since 1946. The hotel features an extensive leisure complex and swimming pool.
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.
The jewellery here is for purchase but should also be considered as pieces of art and admired as such.
Taking place on various Sundays from May - August
Market Square was built in the 1770s in the then rectory garden of the Town Church.