40. 18 in cottages, some on ground floor.
late Mar–early Oct.
3 lounges, 2 bars, 2 restaurants, conference room, free Wi-Fi, 1-acre garden (tennis, croquet, 7-metre solar-heated swimming pool), beach 200 yds, Herm unsuitable for disabled.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in 2 bedrooms (£20 per dog per night), reception lounge, garden bar.
 per person B&B from £72, D,B&B from £107. Set dinner £33.50. 1-night bookings refused Sat.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘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’). ‘Everything is in good condition,’ say guests this year. ‘The restaurant is large and airy; the gardens and swimming pool at their best; the view from the front lawn over the sea to Guernsey is wonderful. On a rainy day in June, cheerful coal fires burned in the lounge.’ Guests are encouraged to ‘escape the 21st century’: there’s no TV or telephone in the bedrooms (‘good Wi-Fi’, though); instead, most rooms have an ocean view and a balcony. ‘We loved our bedroom, with its large windows and great views.’ It’s ‘a good idea’ to eat in: chef Karl Ginnever’s daily-changing menus, ‘much anticipated after a day in the open air’, include a catch of the day, perhaps fillet of whiting, saffron potatoes, tandoori greens. At breakfast, tables are set with little dishes of home-made marmalade and Guernsey butter: ‘We enjoyed the traditional English and the smoked haddock.’ (Max Lickfold)
Bluebells in Bloom 2016
Offer runs from Thursday 24th March- 7th June. This break includes dinner, breakfast, return travel Trident tickets, a bottle of house wine and Herm Island cookies and fudge. Cost per couple per night £235.00 for the first two nights with an additional 3rd night at £85.00 per person.
To benefit from this offer, please mention The Good Hotel Guide when booking.