Price includes Return flights with Aurigny, 20kg bag allowance, 4 nights in 4-star St. Pierre Park, Guernsey with B&B, 3 nights in 4-Star Braye Beach, Alderney with B&B, ferry fare between Guernsey & Alderney, ATOL Protection, and a FREE £96 donation to charity!
Set on acres of beautiful gardens on the outskirts of St Peter Port, the St Pierre Park Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the island. All bedrooms are spacious and well-appointed with balconies. The newly refurbished and award-winning spa boasts a breathtaking new swimming pool, marble steam room, dual aspect volcanic stone sauna, experience showers, 5 treatment rooms, a relaxation room and stunning views overlooking the lake and grounds. In the grounds you can enjoy tennis, croquet, crazy golf, a nine-hole golf course, and for younger guests there is a children’s play area.
Setting high standards of quality in Alderney and on the edge of Braye Beach, boasting stunning views across the bay and harbour beyond, this 4-star hotel offers a high standard of comfort and excellence. It has 27 tastefully decorated bedrooms, some with balconies and sea views, which offer guests the perfect place to relax and unwind. The stylish restaurant serves delicious fresh local produce, from lobster and locally dived scallops, to rich Alderney cream and fresh seasonal vegetables flown directly from the markets of France.
The bar and beach-side decked terraces overlook the bay and serve morning coffee, lunch and afternoon snacks, whilst the Diver’s Inn next door is our traditional pub serving a selection of beverages. The hotel also has a private cinema, comfortable lounges to relax in and complimentary wireless broadband access throughout the hotel. Style, elegance and the finer points of hospitality come as standard.
As a beautiful archipelago, there is not one, but five Islands to explore Guernsey, Alderney, Herm, Sark and Lihou, each naturally beautiful and diverse. Just a 40–minute flight or a 3–hour ferry crossing from the UK. The islands offer short-haul escapism and are easy to get to. Guernsey is just 65 square kilometres in size, which means there’s nothing out of range during a stay and there’s a lot going on. You can delve into the past and explore the island’s heritage, hike miles of coastline, take part in events and feel the sand between your toes on many unspoilt, uncrowded beaches.
Alderney is the third largest of the Channel Islands and best known for being home to the blonde hedgehog. More than 300 species of bird also choose to make Alderney their home to nest in each year, making it a bird watchers’ paradise. With its stunning sandy beaches, a great selection of places to eat, fascinating history and wildlife and birdlife unique to the Island, Alderney offers a relaxed way of life, in a safe environment, where quality time is easy to find.
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Price is correct as of 03/03/2023
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