In The Islands of Guernsey, you can book a break in a 19th century tower, a traditional Scandinavian style log cabin or a glamping site a stones throw from the sea. Now is the time to explore the different types of accommodation we have to offer in the Islands.
Step away from daily life with a stay in the 19th century tower. Beautifully positioned on the edge of one of Guernsey’s most popular bays, you can spend time as you wish; walking the cliff paths, cooking, reading, writing, swimming, star-gazing, observing nature or simply having the space to recharge.
Stay in one of Guernsey’s most peaceful corners at this boutique glamping site with 3 bespoke tents found by meandering paths amongst mature blackthorns. Being run by WildGuernsey means extra activities are available such as Wildfood workshops, Seashore Safaris and fireside camp craft.
Located on the island of Sark this traditional Scandinavian style log cabin is just a 15 minute walk from the village. The site boasts gorgeous coastal views and cliff top scenery in the grounds of Plaisance home where the internationally renowned Caragh Chocolates is based.
Guernsey’s first dedicated campervan site at Beaucette Marina can be found on the northern tip of the island, offering visitors unbeatable coastal views in a specially designed campervan setting. The site is perfectly situated close to coastal paths and beautiful beaches, and heritage sites such as an ancient ten metre long Neolithic passage grave dating back to 3,500 BC and Fort Doyle which was built in 1803 to defend Guernsey’s from the revolutionary French and Fort Le Marchant.
They have recently added four luxury shepherd's huts to their site, named after our smaller islands. Each hut has its own outdoor area with a hot tub and BBQ, as well as a log burner, kitchen and bathroom inside.
On the island of Herm you will find these unique pine log cabins, perfect for a stay with a difference. These light and airy well-furnished cabins boast timber balconies and an elevated BBQ area with extensive sea and rural views.
Camp de Reves glampsite is set in arguably one of the most beautiful parts of the island, boasting fabulous panoramic west coast sea views. Each tent can sleep six adults and has a bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen, lounge and dining area, a king size four poster bed, a bunk bedroom and a king size cabin bed.
On-site you'll also find three luxury shepherd's huts perfect for a couple's getaway. Nestled in the lower field of the glampsite with views out to sea, each has a private deck with a table and BBQ; as well as a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, dining area and log burner inside. Beds are king size with a window out to enjoy the view.
Located on the idyllic island of Sark, the Little Nordiste Farm was born somewhat by accident, as Hollie & Jordan's love for animals acquired them several Pygmy goats, chickens, turkeys, ducks, cats and Biff the dog. Their mini farm quickly became a much-loved spot for locals to come and interact with the animals whilst enjoying the incredible sea view. Their circular 5m Bell Tent consists of 1 king sized bed and one fold-out double sofa bed, accommodating up to 4 people total.