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Torteval, Guernsey Tourist Information

The most western parish of Guernsey, Torteval is also the smallest of the ten parishes. Its name comes from the Guernésiais words for 'twisting valley' and in the language Guernésiais people from Torteval were nicknamed "ânes à pid dé ch'fa". The southern coast of Torteval is composed entirely of rugged cliffs whilst in its centre is a church built in 1818. The church has one of the oldest bells in the Channel Islands and also the tallest steeple in Guernsey. The Fort Grey and Shipwreck museum is a popular tourist attraction as well as the surrounding Rocquaine Bay.

Accommodation in Torteval

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

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1 Apartment and 1 Hotel.
La Pointe Farm Apartments
Rue De Lorier, St Pierre du Bois, Torteval, Guernsey, GB
La Pointe Farm self-catering apartments on hill in quiet countryside near St Pierre du Bois, St Peter, Guernsey. Sea views. Bus stop outside. Small village centre is approx. 1 mile. Nearby 3 pubs serving food, shops, cafes & Indian restaurant. Set in 11 acres. Lanes and paths popular with walkers. Free Wi-Fi. Free parking. All bed linen & towels provided. Families welcome. Free use of cot/ high chair.
Imperial Hotel
Rocquaine Bay, Torteval, Guernsey, GB
The Imperial Hotel overlooks Rocquaine Bay in Torteval, Guernsey. Beautiful sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and miles of adjoining coastal cliff paths are close by. All bedrooms at the Imperial Hotel in Guernsey are en-suite and most enjoy sea views of the bay. Some have balconies. The renowned Waters Edge Restaurant overlooks Rocquaine Bay and serves only the freshest Guernsey seafood. Free Wi-Fi.
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