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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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      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
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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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      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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Vale, Guernsey Tourist Information

Vale consists of two non-contiguous areas in the north of Guernsey, and was twinned with the Normandy port of Barneville-Carteret in 1987. The population of Vale is around 9 and a half thousand, and notable attractions include Vale Castle, L'Ancresse Common and L'Ancresse Bay, and Fort le Marchant shooting range.

Vale Castle

Vale castle is an Iron Age fort, situated on a hill on the east coast and it is thought that it was build around 1370-1400. The double walled hillfort is unique in Guernsey the site has been used for military activities for over 2000 years. By the end of the 19th Century the barracks at the fort were abandoned, and during the German Occupation of 1940-1945 the German's demolished them and built concrete fortifications in and around the castle. Excavations took place in 1980 and found pottery dating to 5/600BC.

Accommodation in Vale

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

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Peninsula Hotel
Les Dicqs, Vale, Guernsey, GB
The 3 Star Peninsula Hotel in Guernsey sits among 5 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens with wonderful views over Grand Havre Bay. Located on a sandy beach on the north-west coast of the Island in Vale, the Peninsula Hotel is ideally suited for family holidays, restful short breaks, meetings and conferences.
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