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This hotel has the best location on the island; situated right on the seafront at sandy Braye Beach with the harbour just a five-minute stroll away, from where you can get boat trips to spot puffins and gannets off the coast. Seaview rooms with Juliet balconies are the best rooms in the house, but even the smaller rooms that look over the road at the back will have a decanter of complimentary sherry for you to enjoy and robes and slippers to pad about in. The food in the brasserie is well-respected and includes plenty of lobster and crab plucked from the bay, while there's also a cheerful beach bar for morning coffees and afternoon teas and an atmospheric ground-floor steakhouse and cocktail bar.

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Antonia Windsor
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Antonia is an award-winning travel writer for major publications, including the Times, the Telegraph, the Independent, National Geographic Traveller and Condé Nast Traveller. A hotel expert, she reviews for the Telegraph, Independent and Hearst magazines and spends half the year in hotels, either with her three children or enjoying a room of her own.



Braye Beach is the best beach on the island and you can hop back and forth several times a day from this hotel.

Braye is in the north of the island and due to its compact size, you'll easily get around. If you can prise yourself away from the beach, visit St Anne, with its cobbled streets and shops.
By plane: direct flights are only from Southampton and take 40 minutes. Indirect regional flights go via Guernsey. The hotel is a 5-minute drive from the airport.

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Style & Character

People who want a good choice of food and drink on-site will love this hotel. The bare brickwork, low pendant lights and stripped wood tables in the Vaults feels like a city bar.

Service & Facilities

The team is just excellent and you'll get great service throughout the hotel.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Beachfront
  • Cinema
  • Free Wi-Fi


Choose a platinum plus room to get an extra seating area and a small balcony to look out over the bay. All rooms have a complimentary carafe of sherry, robes and slippers and fresh milk in the fridge.

Silver Room, Gold Room, Platinum Room, Platinum Plus Room
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, bottled water, mini fridge, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

There is a different ambience in each bar and restaurant. Go for after-dinner cocktails in the Vault and try the chocolate mudslide.

Braye Beach Brasserie: main restaurant and terrace. Seaside-inspired dishes, fresh fish. Open daily, 12-2pm and 6-9pm. Mains from £12.
The Vaults: basement restaurant. Steakhouse and cocktail bar. Open for dinner, Wed-Sun.

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