Best Hotels in The Channel Islands

Sark, Herm, Guernsey & Jersey

Close to Normandy, these Iles Anglo-Normandes, as the French call them, have a distinctly gallic flavour. Though they lie closer to the French mainland than to England, their character is unique, a mix of international jet-set and family beach resort. The climate is mild all year, averaging 68 degrees Fahrenheit during the peak visitor season of June-September. The hotels vary greatly. Two of our entries are long-time favourites on car-free Sark. A third is on the tiny island of Herm. At the other end of the scale are the sumptuous Longueville Manor in St Saviour and the family-owned, family-friendly Atlantic Hotel in St Brelade.

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La Sablonnerie, SARK

‘It is still wonderful.’ Praise this year from a fan on his ‘umpteenth’ visit to ‘this little paradise’, on a tranquil, car-free island an hour’s ferry ride from Guernsey. Surrounded by secluded


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  • The White House, HERM

    ‘A lovely stay: the island and the hotel are strongly recommended.’ Praise in 2015 for the only hotel on this small, car-free island. Tranquillity prevails: no background music is played in the public

  • Longueville Manor, ST SAVIOUR, Jersey

    There is ‘a personal touch’ at this extended 14th-century manor house, ‘the most spectacular and sumptuous on the Channel Islands’, says a visitor this year. Standing in extensive grounds with

  • La Frégate, ST PETER PORT

    High on a cliff above the pretty harbour, this 18th-century manor house is ‘well worth the walk up from the middle of town’. Managed by Simon Dufty for private owners, the hotel earns an upgrade to a

  • The Atlantic Hotel, ST BRELADE, Jersey

    Standing on the headland above the five-mile beach at St Ouen’s Bay, this luxury hotel has ‘lovely’ views over the Atlantic ocean and Les Mielles, a conservation area of outstanding natural beauty. It

  • Bella Luce Hotel, GUERNSEY

    Above Moulin Huet Bay, a spot favoured by Renoir in his paintings, the Wheadon family’s beautifully restored manor house (Small Luxury Hotels of the World) sits in lush walled gardens. The interior is

  • La Collinette Hotel, ST PETER PORT

    A short walk from the seafront and centre, this welcoming hotel has been run by the Chambers family for more than 50 years; it attracts many returning guests. Cyril Fortier is the much-loved manager.

  • The Duke of Richmond, ST PETER PORT

    Overlooking Cambridge Park, this large, family-friendly hotel (part of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection) has fine views over the town to the neighbouring islands of Herm and Sark beyond; day trips