The opening hours and entry donation information for The Little Chapel can be found on the website
Please note that due to significant improvements to infrastructure, scaffolding is currently present and access is limited to the main chapel as far as the altar.
The Little Chapel is as much a curiosity as a work of art and definitely deserves a visit during your stay in Guernsey. It was erected early during the last century by Brother Déodat – one of the Brothers of the Christian Schools - who tried to build his own version of Notre Dame Grotto in Lourdes. Totally covered in shells and broken bits of china, it is potentially one of the smallest chapels in the world.
There is no charge to enter the Chapel as it relies totally on public donations. The Little Chapel is a must visit during your trip to Guernsey, and makes for a great photo opportunity.
The Farmhouse Hotel is a quiet 4 star hotel in the centre of Guernsey's rural countryside. The hotel offers contemporary accommodation in an original 15th century building.
La Trelade Hotel is a classic and privately owned 3 star hotel, offering good value holidays. The Victorian building is inviting and provides very comfortable accommodation, and there is an indoor swimming pool, lovely gardens and a health club.
Les Douvres is a family-friendly hotel that features an outdoor swimming pool and private gardens. The hotel is located on the site of a former 18th century manor house.
A must-see attraction to understand how the island was shaped historically.
A quarter of a mile off the west coast of Guernsey, Lihou island is a small haven of peace and beauty.
Dehus Dolmen is a prehistoric passage grave approximately 10 metres in length.