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About Oatlands Village
As an iconic landmark in the north of the island Oatlands Village has developed into a favourite stop on the tourist trail.
Oatlands’ brick kilns, situated in the North of the Island are a reminders of the thriving brick making industry that once existed in Guernsey. Built in 1892 and now restored, these kilns form one part of the activity and retail complex.
Oatlands Village is home to a variety of unique attractions, in the form of historic brick kilns (featuring the amazing two islands of Guernsey story), thatched barns, craft and embroidery shops, a jeweller’s, a chocolatier, a pet shop, a restaurant, a mini-golf course, trampolines, children’s go-karts and a play barn.
Oatlands Village is served by the 2 main bus routes, 13 and 21
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