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

A pony and trap transports visitors from the ferry to this 'unusual small hotel' on a charming, car-free island noted for its abundant flora and fauna. Elizabeth Perrée is the 'welcoming' host,


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  • The White House, HERM

    Three miles from Guernsey, car-free Herm has a little harbour, several shops, pastel-coloured self-catering cottages, a campsite, and this hotel, which opens seasonally. The island cultivates peace

  • Longueville Manor, ST SAVIOUR, Jersey

    In 'immaculate gardens' inland from St Helier, this extended 14th-century manor house is Jersey's most sumptuous hotel (Relais & Châteaux). 'Certainly luxurious but friendly and welcoming',

  • La Frégate, ST PETER PORT

    There are 'fantastic' views of neighbouring islands and, on a clear day, the coast of France from this 18th-century manor house perched high above the town. It is managed by Simon Dufty. The hotel has

  • The Atlantic Hotel, ST BRELADE, Jersey

    In extensive landscaped grounds, this luxury hotel has a prominent headland position overlooking Jersey's premier wildlife site and the five-mile beach at St Ouen's Bay. It has been owned and managed

  • Bella Luce Hotel, GUERNSEY

    Down tranquil, leafy lanes, this beautifully restored manor house (Small Luxury Hotels of the World) has an indulgent spa, and an outdoor swimming pool with loungers and sofas in lush, walled

  • La Collinette Hotel, ST PETER PORT

    Close to the seafront and centre, the Chambers family have run their welcoming hotel, with cottages and apartments, for almost 50 years. The white-painted house, decked with window boxes, has bright,

  • The Duke of Richmond, ST PETER PORT

    Close to the harbour, this large hotel (Red Carnation Hotels) overlooks a quiet park, and has fine views over the town to the neighbouring islands of Herm and Sark beyond. Lukas Laubscher is the