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Forest, Guernsey Tourist Information

Located in the South of Guernsey, Forest is the highest parish on the island with altitudes of up to about 100metres and features excellent cliff-top walks. The South coast is mostly made up of cliffs but does include the beaches: Portlet (innaccessable from land - you have to swim to it from Petit Bôt or go by boat) and part of Petit Bôt. Guernsey airport is located in Forest, and there is the parish church. The main tourist attraction in Forest is the German Occupation Museum - an exhibition on life in Guernsey during the German Occupation.

German Occupation Museum

The German Occupation Museum was opened in 1966 and includes one of the most extensive collections of war memorabilia on the island of Guernsey. The museum has many artefacts, exhibits and Second World War relics on display, covering the five years of the German occupation of Guernsey during WWII from 1940 to 1945. There are two faithfully restored fortification sites that are the property of the museum and open to visitors. There is a Military Room, Prison and Occupation Kitchen that can all be explored, as well as a full-size street scene, portraying the everyday life during this.

Accommodation in Forest

Here are the Hotels and Self Catering properties in the parish of Forest:

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Le Chene Hotel
Forest Road, Forest, Guernsey, GB
Le Chêne Hotel in Guernsey is a popular family run country house hotel situated in the heart of Guernsey's countryside. Bus stop nearby. The small sandy Petit Bôt Bay is less than 1 mile away and Le Chêne Hotel is an ideal base for walking holidays and nature lovers alike. The hotel offers 25 ensuite bedrooms and two AA 4 star self catering apartments. Restaurant awarded prestigious Silver Award by Visit Guernsey.
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