Hotels @ Guernsey
Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands and a favourite with beach tourists. But that’s not all it has. It’s also rich in history with graves from the Neolithic period. It’s also a favourite with wildlife lovers fascinated by seabird breeding sites on the island.
Hotels in Guernsey Near the Airport
The island of Guernsey is a hilly area with imposing cliffs. Thanks to its seabird nesting areas, it’s a favourite with birdwatchers. In fact, all the nature on the island is pretty unique. Guernsey also graves from the Neolithic period, which acts as a link back to earliest man, a rare and incredible site. The most important tombs are located in the Church of Catel cemetery. The most famous museum is the Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery in St Peter Port and its here you can learn about the history of the island in detail.
Accommodation Near the Beach
Guernsey is a favourite amongst holidaymakers looking for a little sun, sea and sand. A fantastic pastime around here is to rent a bike to ride along the coast. In the water, there is the opportunity to try your hand at sailing, windsurfing or kayaking. Book yourself a hotel by the
Guernsey beachfront and find out for yourself why it’s been such a popular holiday destination for so long.
Spa Hotels in Guernsey
Guernsey, with its quiet, isolated island setting, is the perfect location for a relaxing spa break. St. Pierre Park Hotel & Golf is an excellent four star romantic hotel that has two restaurants, a bar and lounge and an indoor pool and a full spa. It offers massages, facials, body wraps and body scrubs – perfect for a little unwinding during your getaway.
Bella Luce Hotel & Spa includes a restaurant, a bar, an outdoor swimming pool and a wellness centre that offers incredible facials and body treatments.
Take the opportunity and get active during a stay in Guernsey. You could play a little golf, try out one of the numerous hiking and biking trails, stroll through the idyllic Candie Gardens or by the Saumarez Park. A popular destination is the Guernsey Harbour, both for the ships and the gorgeous view of the sea.