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La Sablonnerie - Special offer

Sark

‘On our umpteenth-plus-one visit, we found it as wonderful as ever,’ a devotee writes this year.
From £115.50 per night
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The White House - Bluebells in Bloom 2016

Herm

‘Walking is the thing’ on this ‘very green’, car-free island: alight from the ferry and let a tractor bring your luggage to this ‘truly lovely’ hotel (‘it’s all part of the enjoyment’).
From £72 per night
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Good Hotels in the Channel Islands

The Channel Islands – a Haven of Peace

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.

The directory below presents some of the Good Hotel Guide‘s selected Hotels in the Channel Islands. You can use Advanced Search for other hotels or click on the map to see other hotels

Good Hotels in the Channel Islands

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Selected hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 25% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. Each printed copy of the Guide contains six vouchers worth in total about £150.

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