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      Overnight enforced-stay due to Aurigny new flight times on my way to Alderney....
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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
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      The location, ambience, conduct of staff was excellent
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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
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Languages spoken in Guernsey

The traditional 1,000-year-old native Guernésiais language is only spoken fluently by around 2 per cent of the population and most of those are aged 65 or over. This has led to worries that the language is dying out.

Nowadays English is the official language of Guernsey, with French and several varieties of Norman French used by minorities of the population and Portuguese by around 2% of the population. Until 1948, French was the official language of Guernsey. Today, it is still the language used in administration and still spoken as a second language by many.

Most papers, signs, and other official materials are printed and distributed in English, but around 200 years ago, very few people in the Channel Islands spoke the language.