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    • 5
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      Lovely hotel. Clean and comfortable. Friendly, helpful staff. Spacious room with an amazing view! Only tiny niggle was the fight with the shower curtain!! At the top of a very steep hill....
      09 Oct 2018read review
    • 5
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      Our stay at the Pandora was lovely. Wonderful views from the restaurant and lounge of the beautiful garden. The staff were all friendly and helpful and the food was lovely.
      21 Sep 2018read review
    • 4
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      Comfortable room, very friendly service, good breakfasts and evening meal in attractive Sunflower Restaurant: in a lovely situation with excellent views out onto terraced gardens (well kept) and Castl...
      06 Sep 2018read review
    • 4
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      Hôtel agréable avec un magnifique jardin ; repas variés et de bonne qualité....
      04 Sep 2018read review
    • 4
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      Stayed at the Marton previously. This is purely a bed and breakfast hotel with main hotel a 2 minutes walk away in same road. The Marton is clean and staff very polite and helpful....
      04 Sep 2018read review
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Guernsey FC

Guernsey FC is a community football club which was established in 2011 to offer the Island's elite footballers the opportunities to test themselves on a regular basis outside of the Channel Islands.

Guernsey FC now play in the Combined Counties League Division One at Step 6 on English Football's non-league pyramid system. Saturday 6th August 2011 was a historic day for Guernsey FC and the whole island as the club played its inaugural game against Knaphill FC in the Combined Counties League Division One.

The club is a registered charity and a non-profit organisation and is owned and run for the benefit of the local Guernsey community. All club officials and staff are volunteers. Guernsey FC plays its home games at the Footes Lane Stadium in St Peter Port and their nickname is The Green Lions.

Football in Guernsey has a long history which dates to 1893 when the Guernsey FA was established. Several players from Guernsey who have graced the highest levels of the English professional game, most recently and famously, Guernsey FC Club President Matt Le Tissier (Southampton & England).

» For more information visit Guernsey FC's official website.