Channel Islands

Click the map for tourism ideas The Channel Islands are a group of British dependency islands in the English Channel, off the coast of France. Jersey, is known for beaches and cliff trails. Just outside the main town of St. Helier, the Jersey War Tunnels complex details the island’s WWII German occupation. Gerald Durrell’s magnificent conservation zoo is in the North East and Medieval Mont Orgueil Castle is on a hill on the East coast. Northwest is the island of Guernsey, with its capital, St. Peter Port and the smaller islands of Alderney, Herm and Sark.
Fleur Du Jardin

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Kings Mills, Castel, Guernsey GY5 7JT. Tel: 01481 257996
Delightful and friendly 15th century farmstead inn. The Fleur serves excellent food and well kept real ales and is perfectly situated for exploring Guernsey. There is even a pool, health spa and car & bike hire or it's just a 15 minute walk to the beach.
Le Hocq Inn

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La Grande Route De La Cote, St Clement, Jersey JE2 6EP. Tel: 01534 854924
Traditional Jersey pub in a stunning coastal setting. When the tide goes out, it really goes out and exposes a multitude of rocks and rock pools to explore. Le Hocq Inn is the most southerly pub in the British Isles
Old Smugglers Inn

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Ouaisne Bay, St. Brelade, Jersey JE3 8AW. Tel: 01534 741510
A great find when you've yomped from the other end of Ouaisne beach and find the Old Smugglers almost on the beach. Dating back to the 17th century the Smugglers serves great food and a good selection of well kept ales.
Rockmount

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, Cobo Bay, Guernsey GY5 7HB. Tel: 01481 256757
The Rockmount and it's sister establishment, the Cobo Bay Hotel sit in a fabulous location overlooking Cobo Bay, renowned for wondrful sunsets over the atlantic ocean. A selection of real ales are served along with an excellent pub menu. If you're looking for a slighlty more 'up market' menu then pop next door to the hotel for a meal on the smartly done sun terrace.
Ship & Crown
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Seafront, St. Peter Port, Guernsey GY1 2NB. Tel: 01481 728994
The Ship & Crown is ideally suited for the Yachties as it overlooks St. Peter Port harbour and serves great ales. Above the Ship is the Crows Nest at first floor which is a bit more 'Bistro' where the views are even better looking out towards the Islands of Herm and Sark. Great seafood!
The Tipsy

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La Route De Beaumont, St Peter, Jersey JE3 7BQ. Tel: 01534 500111
Close to Jersey airport, The Tipsy serves good food and real ales.
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