Good Hotel Guide Review
There’s a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere at this unpretentious hotel, a short uphill stroll from the boats in the harbour. The 19th-century house has been owned and run by the Chambers family since 1960; walls of black-and-white photos in the newly refurbished Colly’s bar capture island history. Up the stairs, bedrooms are brightly, if simply, decorated, and most have views of the sea. Uncomplicated dishes, perhaps with Guernsey lobsters and scallops, are served in the refreshed restaurant; in good weather, eat alfresco on the poolside terrace. Visit the German Naval Underground Museum, 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, 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.