1st October - 11th November 2021
It is advisable to book to avoid disappointment
The Tennerfest is the Channel Islands’ famous fixed price food promotion. For 6 weeks from the 1st October, local restaurants across Jersey and Guernsey are encouraged to create special, all-inclusive menus that provide diners the opportunity to try new places at a lower cost.
The initiative gives restaurateurs a platform from which to promote their businesses and restaurant goers access to the finest food the islands have to offer at affordable prices. Menus start at £10 with £12.50, £15.00, £17.50 and now £20 options, enabling the restaurants to offer the widest and most exciting range of food possible.
The festival provides the perfect reason to visit the Channel Islands in October and November. Over the past decade, the Tennerfest has grown in popularity, providing diners with excellent value-for-money and an accessible way to sample the best of Guernsey’s as well as Jersey's vibrant food scene.
Set in a beautiful country location and overlooking the coast, the Fermain Valley Hotel could almost be called the Fermain “Bay” Hotel.
The Bella Luce is an exclusive boutique luxury hotel & spa set in a beautifully restored 12th century manor. The hotel is a perfect place for a truly peaceful break and offers an intimate setting to replenish, rest and enjoy the island’s beauty.
The Hotel Jerbourg is a 4 star hotel featuring unparalleled sea views across to the neighbouring Channel Islands of Sark, Herm and Jersey. The hotel features a popular restaurant, large sun terrace and outdoor swimming pool.
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.
La Collinette Hotel is a friendly, family-owned 3 star hotel in the heart of St. Peter Port, only a short drive from Guernsey's beaches and countryside.
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.
Taking place throughout the year, these walking routes are a series of self-guided walks that showcase Guernsey at its best.
Enjoy what the locals refer to as 'Paradise Island'.
The High Street has retained much of its charm with small boutiques and gift shops jostling for space alongside larger branded stores.