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So you want to go to Guernsey? Whether you’ll be staying on Guernsey for the whole duration of your trip or using the place as a perfect launch-pad to explore neighbouring Bailiwick islands like Sark and Herm, we’ve got you covered. Here at we have the scoop on the best Guernsey hotels as well as what to see and do while you’re visiting this delightful little island. We show you independent reviews and keep to within your price range to find you the perfect accommodation. We also take into account what the occasion is and the exact sort of place you’re looking for to find your ideal choice. We know it can be stressful and time-consuming to find what you’re looking for but we can do all the hard work for you, leaving you to unwind on your island paradise sojourn.

What's Guernsey like?

Visitors have a habit of falling in love with Guernsey, a British island off the coast of Normandy. Together, Jersey and the Bailiwick of Guernsey form the Channel Islands. Guernsey’s capital, St Peter Port, is said to be one of Europe’s prettiest harbour towns and with its cobbled streets, lovely marina and wonderful gardens, it’s easy to see why. Beautiful Castle Cornet, also a fantastic museum that holds cultural events, stands guard over the island. Visit Candie Gardens and the Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery – don’t miss the tearoom’s superb views. Go to La Vallette Underground Military Museum for an interesting history lesson. Marvel at the Little Chapel, the world’s smallest chapel, a miniature version of the famous Lourdes basilica. Literature fans can visit Hauteville House museum, once the home of French author Victor Hugo who wrote his masterpiece, Les Misérables, at this address. Stroll along Britain’s cleanest beach, Vazon Bay, take a dip in the cool waters or explore the island’s rock-pools before unwinding at one of’s Guernsey hotels.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Guernsey

Many are attracted by Guernsey’s temperate weather, with its mild winters and warm summers making it very appealing. The calendar is jam-packed with events throughout the year, with 2015 marking the first Guernsey International Food Festival, set to take place in September. The island, which has a population of 63,000, has an array of shopping options and there are plenty of places to stop for refreshments while you’re busy sight-seeing before going back to one of our Guernsey hotels. You can pay using the GBP or the Guernsey Pound. Enjoy delicious fare including the freshest seafood. Understandably, Guernsey residents are proud of their local produce, which includes Guernsey Gâche, an artisan bread made with ingredients including raisins and mixed peel. The telephone boxes and phone boxes are blue – a useful fact to remember if you’re sending some postcards during your trip!