Off the coast of Normandy, the island of Guernsey acts as a quaint hub of activity for the Channel Islands. Between its quiet beaches and charming history, Guernsey offers travellers seeking peace from work or the day-to-day the perfect weekend getaway. Check out our exclusive insider’s guide for everything you need to know about traveling to Guernsey in 2020/21.
When to Travel
Home to a mild year-round climate, Guernsey’s warmest summer months are between May and September, with temperatures peaking around July and August. Travellers during this time can look forward to ample sunshine (averaging 8 hours per day); perfect for island hopping and strolling sandy beaches!
Where to Stay
The Old Government House Hotel & Spa – Historic charm meets modern luxury at The Old Government House Hotel & Spa, Guerney’s only five-star hotel. Dating back to 1796, its rich heritage can be experienced in both its dignified atmosphere and thoughtful hospitality. Whether on holiday or business, travellers in the care of The Old Government House can rest peacefully, knowing they will experience service fit for the Queen herself.
The Duke of Richmond Hotel – As an award-winning member of The Red Carnation Hotel Collection, guests of The Duke of Richmond Hotel can expect top quality service, from check-in to check-out. Leisurely indulge in this 4-star hotel’s modern amenities, or harness productivity in its setting of understated elegance — all from one of the building’s 73 stylish suites overlooking St. Peter’s Port, the island’s capital.
Where to Eat & Drink
What Not to Miss
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