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This smart four-star hotel has grown up around a traditional granite farmhouse close to the cliffs of the south coast in the parish of St Martin. At the front of the property, window boxes filled with petunias decorate the traditional sash windows, while at the back there is a sheltered swimming pool and terrace tables and chairs spilling out from the popular restaurant. Inside, the interiors are crisp and contemporary, including photo-real wallpaper of Italianate gardens in the restaurant and of a local seascape in reception. Rooms are all a little different in style and design with superior doubles occupying a separate block overlooking the pool and each having a terrace or balcony to soak up the Channel Island sun.

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The number 81 bus stops outside and will take you into the capital, St Peter Port.

Located in the south of the island, the hotel overlooks Saints Bay with direct access to the cliffs. Explore the beaches and coves or visit the subtropical gardens.
By plane: flights from London Heathrow to Guernsey take around 1 hour 15 minutes. The hotel is less than 10 minutes' taxi ride from the airport.
By boat: ferries to St Peter Port run from Poole (3 hours) and Portsmouth (7 hours). Free parking available.

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Style & Character

This hotel suits walkers looking to explore the cliff paths. The bold use of murals on the walls of the restaurant really adds depth to the space.

Service & Facilities

The hotel is now open all year round - it used to be a seasonal hotel.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Swimming pool
  • Family-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The Suite overlooks the pool and benefits from a separate lounge and balcony. Most rooms have photographic artworks on the walls.

Cosy Room, Classic Room, Superior Classic Room, Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

There's a selection of dishes for vegans and vegetarians including risottos and curries. The seafood extravaganza is available from early June to the end of September and is a platter of lobster, king prawns, langoustines, prawns, crab and Herm oysters.

La Barbarie Restaurant: main dining room with bar and terrace. Seasonal menu, locally sourced ingredients. All-day menu, open daily. Set menu from £24.75.

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