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) ‘plus the entirety of Herm’, 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 £85, D,B&B from £107. Set dinner £34. 1-night bookings refused Sat.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘We love it,’ write regular Guide readers this year, after their fifth holiday at the best, and only, hotel on this tiny, car-free island. Alight at the harbour and stroll to the former country house surrounded by palm trees, while a tractor brings your baggage – ‘it’s all part of the enjoyment’. Bedrooms have no TV, no telephone, not even a clock (‘good Wi-Fi, though’), but many rooms, including well-thought-out family accommodation, have a balcony and ‘wonderful’ sea views. Take tea by the pool, play croquet on the lawn, head to ‘stunning’ beaches, or ‘just enjoy sitting in the garden’; a coastal path winds round the island. Take your pick of eating places: casual meals in the Mermaid Tavern and refurbished Ship Inn brasserie; sunset dinners in the Conservatory restaurant. ‘The food this year was probably the best we’ve had here – the sea trout was particularly enjoyable.’ Island life appeals to the youngest visitors. ‘It’s a great place for kids, with bunk beds, a children’s high tea, and the freedom to visit the village shop on their own.’ (Jane Thornton, ML)
Bluebells in Bloom 2018
Bluebells in Bloom (2 or 3 night break from 29th April – 06th June): Cost per couple per night £235.00, includes dinner, bed, breakfast, return Travel Trident tickets to Herm, a bottle of house wine and Herm island Cookies and Fudge. Additional 3rd night is £85.00 per person per night DBB. To benefit from this offer, please mention The Good Hotel Guide when booking.