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Les Cotils is located in St Peter Port and offers sea views. It is set in 12 acres of award-winning grounds and features a restaurant. Central, view amazing, 5 star hotel for 3 star price. Food in restaurant excellent, enjoy Ed option of morning Christian event
Elegant and classical, this award-winning 5-star hotel is one of the oldest and most prestigious in the Channel Islands, with a top restaurant, an excellent location and a relaxing spa. The service at the hotel was exceptional, with personal touches. For example I mentioned that I drink non-alcoholic wine and the concierge found out the sort I liked and went out to get a supply for me for my stay.
Ideally located in the centre of St Peter Port, in Guernsey, Best Western Moores Central Hotel offers en suite accommodation, a restaurant, a bar and a fitness centre with sauna. Excellent Location, Staff were Excellent, and so happy to help. Ate in all 3 dining areas and all were Excellent, as well 😀 Just make sure you go in hungry as portions are generous. Hotel was clean and I wasn’t worried about Covid infection. No UHT Milk in room, you just ring reception and within minutes you get a little glass bottle of fresh Guernsey milk 😀
Located in the heart of St.Peter Port just 75 metres from the high street, this 3-star hotel offers boutique style rooms with iPod docks and LCD TVs, along with free parking and free Wi-Fi. Perfect location. Got upgraded room. Very accommodating staff.
Set in secluded terraced gardens, every room in this 4-star hotel has a picturesque view of the sea. St Peter Port’s shopping centre is just 2 minutes’ walk away. Location Within walking distance of St Peter Port Staff made up feel welcome, nothing too much trouble
This fine, friendly and efficient hotel is your island address on the doorstep of town, walking distance from the picturesque harbour capital of St Peter Port. The waiters had a sense of humour and the feeling of a guest house was great, sort of quaint, friendly and older worlde
Boasting an enviable location by the sea and 2 minutes’ drive from Saint Julian’s Pier, locally known as North Beach, St Georges is a family-run guest house with free Wi-Fi. I could come and go at all hours. Continental breakfast was comprehensive and at a convenient time. The property was well maintained and the staff friendly and helpful. I would gladly stay there again.
Pandora Hotel is located in a quiet part of town, just a 5-minute walk from St. Peter Port. Private parking is possible nearby, and the hotel has free WiFi in public areas. Fabulous breakfast with guernsey yoghurt, home cooked ham and croissants and grill. Tucked away garden with flowers and sea view.. table tennis. Room cleaned daily. Friendly staff.
Saint Peter Port is quite buzzy with many different restaurants. Walking around the harbour is a good experience. There are lots of organised parades and markets etc. and you are never short of something to do. Would recommend hiring a car as Guernsey is quite hilly and going inland from St. Peter Port could be exhausting for some. We visited lovely bays on the island and also the German underground hospital (World War 2) and also the gun batteries finding all the stories very interesting. Shopping exceptionally good, the streets remind me of France.
Lovely harbour with views over the sea to some of the other Channel Islands. Can do local walks or bus trips around the island for £1 a trip or taxis. Lots of friendly bars and restaurants and great food. Good choice of shops, but mainly closed on Sundays!
Nice architecture with French flavour, plenty of things to look at, friendly and courteous locals. Excellent bus service with really good timetable booklets. Boat trips to Herm, or Sark, both very nice Islands, preferred Herm because beaches were accessible. Lots of excellent Restaurants with very tasty food. Recommend Christies, Octopus(some dishes expensive), Fat Rascal("discovered" restaurant in a "Cavern"-like cellar))
St Peter Port is a very attractive capital town, overlooking the harbour, marina, castle and other islands. It retains the feeling of obvious history in the cobbled streets dotted with bars, restaurants and coffee house. The excellent choice of restaurants of a wide range of culinary delights, and view if you pick one in the harbour area.
Fantastic little port, full of history and culture. The high street is suffering a decline with quite a few shops empty. Loads of good eating and drinking places. Plenty of walking, hope you like hills!
I loved the narrow attractive streets. It is quite hilly, but I didn't find that a problem. There are nice little cafes and restaurants, though I ate mainly in my hotel, as this was easy as I was on my own. The bus service in Guernsey is excellent and it is easy to explore the island without hiring a car. I went intending to walk as much as possible, and loved the southern clifftop walks. They are quite steep in places, but very well- maintained. It was easy to use the bus to get to the start of a walk and get a bus back at the end of the walk. The bus timetables are easy to use, and the flat rate of £1 per journey is excellent. There are also interesting museums and galleries to explore if you have time. I loved the Victor Hugo house.
Central, view amazing, 5 star hotel for 3 star price. Food in restaurant excellent, enjoy Ed option of morning Christian event
Fantastic hotel. Great room. Comfortable bed. Food excellent. Amazing value.