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Our selection of places to stay in the Channel Islands includes choices from the islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney and Herm.
Located off the French coast of Normandy, the Channel Islands are rich in culture and history. They were the only part of the British Commonwealth to be occupied by the German Army during the Second World War – the story of the occupation can be seen in exhibitions at the Jersey War Tunnels, a popular tourist destination.
Guernsey offers visitors a chance to explore amazing scenery and sample its famous seafood. Fleur du Jardin in Guernsey is a quirky, homely retreat that makes excellent use of this island's penchant for fresh fish. It sources local catches daily for its restaurant.
The White House on Herm is the island’s only hotel and takes advantage of the rural environment to provide a quiet, relaxing stay for guests.
Our Alderney hotel, Braye Beach, is a secluded beach hotel with an award-winning restaurant. A wraparound terrace gives guests the best sea views.
As elsewhere, our selection in the Channel Islands offers an exceptionally interesting range to choose from: guesthouses, inns, restaurants-with-rooms and small hotels. Whichever, they are all hand-picked, with the special qualities of character and charm we seek out.