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    • 5
      out of 5
      A hotel with character, that is comfortable and staffed by friendly people - there is very little else one could ask for - oh, and the food was good, especially the breakfast kippers!
      02 Sep 2019read review
    • 5
      out of 5
      This is a lovely hotel with several beautiful gardens out back and many places to sit outside. (Some seem like "secret gardens"). There are also lovely areas inside to sit with friends....
      03 Jul 2019read review
    • 4
      out of 5
      Great staff, comfortable and very clean rooms. God fod ,service and an enjoyable saty.
      25 Jun 2019read review
    • 5
      out of 5
      Conveniently situated at the back of St Peter Port, ample parking. Accommodation in the main block was extremely comfortable....
      16 May 2019read review
    • 5
      out of 5
      As always, spotlessly clean, attentive staff, good wholesome food, good bar did not have time to view the leisure facilities, but for me superb, will be there next year..
      07 May 2019read review
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Good Food Guernsey

Guernsey's islanders have an enduring passion for food and this is reflected in the remarkable concentration of first-class restaurants, bars and cafés on the island. With Norman roots, seafaring heritage and bountiful sea, the perfect gardening climate and wonderful Guernsey milk, Guernsey is a food-lovers paradise.
St Peter Port, the island's capital, is home to the majority of restaurants, but there are plenty of opportunities for fine dining and exquisite culinary experiences elsewhere on Guernsey. On the west coast the locals' best-kept secret of fresh fish and chips and chilled local cider is thoroughly recommended, as are the Guernsey cream teas and the legendary, towering 12-egg sponge cakes of the North West.

Of course fresh local seafood is a highlight of Guernsey and a range of superb seafood dishes can always be found in the restaurants throughout the island, never more than a stones-throw away from the hotel accommodation, and often with-in the hotel restaurants.

Cuisine from many international cultures are also represented in Guernsey, giving you a huge choice of eating experiences. French, Greek, Spanish, Italian, American, Thai, Indian and Chinese establishments can be found throughout the Island, as well as a recent influx of other cultures such as Portuguese and Latvian, offering even more variety.

Good Food Guernsey was created to harness the local delicacies and create popular events and exhibitions on food that would appeal to visitors and locals alike. Providing support to a number of events, these include including the ever-popular Tennerfest, La Fete d'la Mair, (the July Seafood Festival), and the Guernsey Restaurant Promotions.


Tennerfest Guernsey: 01 October - 11 November 2013

The hugely popular and successful Tennerfest is a six week event where menus are put together by restaurateurs starting from just £10. The events gives participating restaurants a buzz, and with over 160 participating annually, means that you can eat well for very little during this event.

What better way to sample Guernsey's wide range of cuisine at great value for money? Menus are displayed in a special guide in the island's daily newspaper published in late September and on the website at: www.tennerfest.com

Taste of Guernsey

The monthly Taste of Guernsey events are a celebration of local produce and food expertise. Learn about Guernsey's food heritage by sampling local produce and dishes wherever you see the 'Taste of Guernsey' tent.