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      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
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      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....
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      Great staff, comfortable and very clean rooms. God fod ,service and an enjoyable saty.
      25 Jun 2019read review
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      Conveniently situated at the back of St Peter Port, ample parking. Accommodation in the main block was extremely comfortable....
      16 May 2019read review
    • 5
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      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..
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St Peter Port, Guernsey Tourist Information

Located on the eastern side of the Island, St Peter Port is the capital of Guernsey and a bustling harbour town that is widely considered to be the Channel Islands' most beautiful. Still maintaining its 17th century charm and character of a bygone age, the High Street even has its original cobbles, and housed in an historic chapel building, the beautiful church is the town's centrepiece. The landscape of St Peter Port offers some of the best views in the Channel Islands, and Castle Cornet - the ancient royal fortress, is a great viewpoint for the stunning scenery as well as to visit its museums.

With a community of just over 16,000, the official language of St Peter Port has historically been French despite the fact that Guernsey is actually a possession of the United Kingdom. Due to its name and fact that it is considered the Channel Islands' premier port, the town is best known for its port and harbour. A busy entrepôt since Roman times, it is Guernsey's main port for passengers and enables access to other Islands such as Herm and Sark for additional sight-seeing.

St Peter Port is a popular shopping town with a wealth of independent retailers and bargains to be had. Electronic and photographic equipment, jewellery and perfume are all good, low duty buys, along with wines, spirits and tobacco. It's not just the scenery and shopping that make St Peter Port a worthwhile visit, there is a huge variety of tourist attractions and events held there to suit all interests. Below is a list of attractions:

Events in St Peter Port

St Peter Port Seafront Sundays (May until September)

St Peter Port Seafront (Perrys Town Map L6/7)
Contact Guernsey Information Centre on +44(0)1481 723552
Various events and activities based on different themes. Come down and enjoy the atmosphere as the Seafront is once again closed to traffic.

Saturday Concerts in Market Square, St Peter Port

Saturdays 2 June until 29 September
Contact Jack Honeybill +44(0)7781 113464
A series of musical concerts and dance performed in the heart of St Peter Port.


Accommodation in St Peter Port

Here are the Hotels and Self Catering properties in the parish of St Peter Port:

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15 Hotels, 4 Guest Houses, 1 Apartment, 1 Bed and Breakfast and 1 Inn.
Marton Guest House
Les Vardes, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GB
Marton Guest House is a comfortable 3 Star bed & breakfast guest house with secluded gardens in Guernsey. Located in a quiet residential area in St Peter Port, the town centre is just a 15 minute walk and Victor Hugo's house, a popular tourist attraction in Hauteville, is near-by. All bedrooms at Marton Guest House in Guernsey are en-suite and include tea/coffee trays, TV and a full English or continental breakfast.
Les Rocquettes Hotel
Les Gravées, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GB
Built in 1765, the 3 star Les Rocquettes Hotel is a superb St Peter Port hotel within walking distance of the town centre. Formerly a country mansion and transformed into an hotel in 1946, over the last few years the hotel has been substantially enlarged and improved.
La Collinette Hotel
St. Jacques, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GB
La Collinette Hotel is a family friendly hotel set in a quite area on top of a hill. It is a 10 minute walk downhill to St Peter Port (through beautiful Candie Gardens) shops & seafront. Accommodation includes hotel rooms, self catering cottages and apartments. Large heated swimming pool located in delightful hotel gardens with a special one for the children and a warm spa pool on the terrace.
Grisnoir Guest House
Les Gravees, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GB
Grisnoir is a well-appointed, family-run Guesthouse located on the outskirts of St. Peter Port in a residential area. Grisnoir is open all the year round. St Peter Port town centre, the harbour, beach and leisure centres are within easy walking distance (1000m). Bus stop nearby. Free private parking. Two comfortable guest lounges with TV. Garden. Families with young children welcome. There are 10 rooms (not ensuite) on three floors. No lift.
Albany Self Catering Apartments
Queens Road, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GB
4 star self-catering apartments on the outskirts of St Peter Port in Guernsey. 1 and 2 bedroom self catering apartments. St Peter Port town centre is a 10 minute walk away. Free parking. Bus stop close by. Set within its own grounds and gardens there is a outdoor heated swimming pool (open from May until September) and outdoor games for the children including a climbing frame/swing and a summer house. Free Wi-Fi.
Duke of Normandie Hotel
Lefebvre Street, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GB
The Duke of Normandie is a family run 37 bedroom boutique hotel in Guernsey offering a warm welcome and modern facilities. We are conveniently situated in St Peter Port town centre, in a quiet location just 75 metres from the High Street, with a private town centre car park available.
Dunchoille
Guelles Road, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GB
The Dunchoille is located a short walk (15 minutes) from St Peter Port town centre and from the harbour. There are 24 comfortably furnished en-suite bedrooms and friendly staff to make your holiday to Guernsey an enjoyable one. Free Wi-Fi. Beau Sejour Sports and Leisure Centre is five hundred yards away. Candie Gardens & Museum, Castle Cornet and Victor Hugo's home are nearby.
Duke Of Richmond Hotel
Cambridge Park, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GB
The Duke of Richmond Hotel in St Peter Port has been extensively refurbished. This 4 star hotel overlooks a quiet park. 10 mins walk to St Peter Port town centre. All rooms are en-suite and are air conditioned. Every room is uniquely designed. Rooms have park or sea views and some have a balcony.
Pandora Hotel
Hauteville, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GB
The Pandora Hotel in Guernsey is a period-built house located just a ten minute walk from the centre of St Peter Port and next door to Victor Hugo's house - a great hotel for sight-seeing in Guernsey. The elevated position give superb views which can be appreciated from some of the 55 en-suite bedrooms. The Sunflower Restaurant offers varied continental cuisine and a fine selection of wines.
Sunnycroft Hotel
5 Constitution Steps, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GB
Sunnycroft Hotel is a 2 star Guernsey hotel, nestled in the cobbled streets above St Peter Port town centre, the Sunnycroft hotel in Guernsey is a peaceful and secluded haven that offers guests spectacular views across the town centre and harbour to the neighbouring Channel Islands of Herm, Sark and beyond. The hotel is furnished to an excellent standard of comfort and offers excellent value for money.
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