Good Hotel Guide Review
Tranquil Alderney, the northernmost of the inhabited Channel Islands, is roused from hibernation by Julie-Anne Uggla’s contemporary, eco-conscious hotel. The lively restaurant, marble-topped bar and chic bedrooms span a Victorian pub, a Georgian town house and an 18th-century cottage on a cobbled street; with plentiful use of natural materials, a modern rustic ambience connects them all. Driven by the seasons and supplies from the kitchen garden, flavourful, unfussy dishes are served in the stylish restaurant, which opens on to a terraced garden. Eat well, then retire to one of the well-equipped, handsome-hued bedrooms or suites. Next day, island activities, with a picnic, can be arranged.
6 Le Huret
9. 5 in adjacent town house, 2 on ground floor, plus 3-bed cottage opposite.
bar, snug, restaurant, in-room TV, cinema/games room, ¼-acre garden, ground-floor public rooms wheelchair accessible.
in bar, restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in bar, garden, cottage, assistance dogs allowed throughout.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single £150–£300, double £180–£420, D,B&B £250–£500. À la carte £40. 1-night bookings refused during Alderney week.
10% discount voucher
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