Flying from Southampton Airport, Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands and although only a short hop from its bigger neighbour, is most definitely its own island.
Detailed Overview

A short journey from home, but a million miles from the hectic pace of 21st Century life! Nestling off the Normandy coast, Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands, and although only a short hop from its bigger neighbour, is most definitely its own island. Full of natural beauty, it provides a relaxing environment for a peaceful getaway. Winding lanes reveal rolling pastures, tree filled valleys dotted with traditional Guernsey farmhouses constructed from local granite and lead to dramatic cliff views and glorious sandy beaches - there is a surprise around every corner!

Price includes:

  • Door-to-Door service - transfer to/from Southampton Airport

  • Return scheduled flights with Flybe from Southampton Airport to Guernsey

  • 7 nights dinner, bed & breakfast at the Pandora, Les Rocquettes & St Pierre Park (Bed & Breakfast only at the Grange Lodge Hotel) 

  • Choice menu at dinners

  • Meet & greet service at Guernsey Airport

  • Hotel transfers to/from Guernsey Airport

  • Half day Island coach tour

  • Services of a representative at the hotel

  • Airport Taxes & one piece of hold baggage

The sights:

St Peter Port

- historic St Peter Port nestles against a hillside sweeping down to one of the world's most beautiful harbours bursting with elegant yachts and

working fishing boats. The feel is most definitely Mediterranean. The town is a collection of narrow lanes and alleyways leading uphill from the sea to a skyline of

church steeples and red-painted roof tops. Fine Georgian façades line the quaint, cobbled High Street and adjacent pedestrianised streets draw you in with the promise of another delight around the corner.

Castle Cornet - a visit to Castle Cornet is a must, where much of the medieval architecture remains intact and museums inside cover the maritime and military history dating back over 800 years. At midday, two redcoats fire a one-gun salute from the castle's Royal Battery.

Royal Court House - where Guernsey's parliament, the Assembly of the States, holds its debates. There is a public gallery for visitors when the States are in session. Candie Gardens - for wonderful views over Herm and Sark.

Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery - a modern building that houses all manner of information and exhibitions of Guernsey's history.

Hauteville House - the French writer, Victor Hugo, spent 15 years in exile in Guernsey during the 19th Century and his St Peter Port house overlooking the harbour is well worth a visit.

The Little Chapel - is the smallest church in the world. It is modelled on the shrine at Lourdes and is decorated in shells and pottery.

The German Underground Hospital - has altered little since the end of World War II and a visit is a very moving experience, whilst the German Occupation Museum has an extensive collection of Nazi memorabilia.

Saumarez Manor - one of the best preserved 18th Century buildings in the Channel Islands. Although it is still lived in, you can take a tour of the house and the grounds boast a pitch and putt and a miniature railway. Fort Grey Maritime Museum - is situated at the southern end of Rocquaine Bay and is one of the island's three Martello towers. It was built in 1804 as a defence against French invasion. The sea surrounding the Fort has seen many ships sink on the rocks below and local researchers have managed to locate over 100 shipwrecks.

Other Information

2* Pandora, St Peter Port

The Pandora is situated in the quaint historic area of Hauteville, in St Peter Port.Quietly situated in an elevated position in the town, the harbour and shops of St Peter Port are only a ten minute walk away.

  • Sunflower restaurant

  • Elegant lounge overlooking the garden and Havelet Valley

  • Seafarers residents bar offering a good selection of bar meals

  • Patio overlooking the  walled gardens Accommodation:

  • En-suite rooms with television, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities

3* Les Rocquettes, St Peter Port

Originally a country mansion on the outskirts of St Peter Port, this comfortable hotel is ideally situated. Good quality accommodation where personal and friendly service is assured.

  • Oak restaurant and bar

  • Mulberry Bar sauna and gym

  • Attractive gardens

  • Lift

  • En-suite rooms with television,hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities and room service

4* St Pierre Park, Guernsey

Located just one mile from St Peter Port, St Pierre Park is one of the best equipped hotels in Guernsey for a special break. Maybe it is the 35 acres of grounds or the golf course or the soothing treatments at the spa. The truth is that it is different for everyone, but the result is always the same – an exquisitely relaxing stay.

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Restaurant

  • Bar

  • Indoor swimming pool, sauna & steam room

  • Gym

  • En-suite rooms with television,hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities and room service

Please note: This hotel offers a daily dinner allowance value per day.

3* Grange Lodge Hotel, St Peter Port

Formerly a private House just a 10 minute stroll from the harbour in St Peter Port, this hotel is within easy reach of the shops and restaurants.

  • Restaurant

  • Bar

  • Outdoor swimming pool

  • Snooker room

  • Extensive gardens

  • Spacious lounge and reading room

  • En-suite rooms with TV, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities.

Please note: This hotel offers Bed & Breakfast only, however a bar menu is available daily and payable locally.