Good Hotel Guide Review
A short uphill stroll from the boats in the harbour, the Chambers family run their unpretentious, family-friendly hotel in a 19th-century house set in expansive grounds. Walls in the clubby, recently refurbished La Collinette bar and restaurant display black-and-white photos of the island’s history and sporting links. Up the stairs, bedrooms are bright, simply decorated, and most have sea views. Uncomplicated dishes, perhaps with Guernsey lobsters and scallops, are served in the restaurant; in good weather, eat alfresco on the poolside terrace. Visit the German Naval Signals HQ, in former bunkers under today’s self-catering accommodation, then head, with calling seagulls, to historic Candie Gardens.
St Peter Port
23. Plus 14 self-catering cottages and apartments.
lounge, bar, restaurant, in-room TV (Sky, Freeview), 2-acre garden, terrace, outdoor heated swimming pool, children’s pool, play area, gym, sauna, spa treatments, restaurant and bar wheelchair accessible.
in bar, restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
allowed only in self-catering accommodation, by arrangement.
per person B&B £60–£160. Set dinner £20, à la carte £30.