Guernsey Car Hire helps You Find Hidden Gems
Hauteville House is an essential pit-stop for anyone interested in history, the weird and the wonderful. Holding rooms bursting with unusual treasures, this was the Guernsey home of French writer, Victor Hugo, who chose every element of décor for his not-so-humble abode. Visitors could also drive to The Little Chapel. Uniquely decorated inside and out with bits of broken china, seashells and pebbles, this chapel is as remarkable as it is beautiful.
Car Rental for Convenience
With your car rental you’re free to choose from any one of Guernsey’s 27 beautifully pristine beaches. Moulin Huet, on the south coast, was a favourite of French artist, Renoir, while the flat sand beaches of Pembroke Bay and Port Soif attract those looking to enjoy a dip in crystal clear waters. While Guernsey enjoys a milder climate and more sunshine than the UK mainland, it can sometimes get stormy, and the short drive to the Fort Grey Shipwreck Museum will remind you that these waters aren’t always so inviting.