Valentine's Day Guernsey
How to Spend Valentine’s Day in Guernsey

Guernsey’s rolling cliffs, verdant countryside and golden beaches make it the perfect place for a romantic getaway. Despite being just a short flight or ferry journey from the mainland, Guernsey feels like a faraway paradise of calm, quiet, and stunning views, as guests of The Old Government House Hotel and Spa and The Duke of

14th February 2018

My Guernsey: Artist Peter Le Vasseur

Inspired by nature and ecology, artist Peter Le Vasseur was born in Guernsey but was evacuated to London during the Second World War. Having forged a successful career as a painter, Le Vasseur returned to live in Guernsey in the 1970s, and still lives on the island today.

31st January 2018

Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society film
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society

Based on the best-selling novel by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. Shaffer had the idea for the story after visiting Guernsey.

18th January 2018

Romantic turndown in a State Room at Ashford Castle
How to Have the Perfect Valentine’s Day with Red Carnation Hotels

From city weekends to sun-soaked escapes and snowy retreats. Treat someone special to a perfect Valentine's Day this year.

13th January 2018

Travelling With Children
Interview with Cass Chapman of on Travelling with Children

Travel expert, Cass Chapman, founder and director of luxury family travel website, shares her tips on how to make travelling with the kids as stress free and smooth as possible.

29th December 2017

jerbourg point
The Most Beautiful Coastal Walks in Guernsey

As temperatures drop through autumn and winter, the cooler weather offers walkers the perfect conditions to get out and explore the glorious scenery that Guernsey is famous for. From idyllic, deserted coves to 18th century cliff-top towers and ancient settlements, these beautiful coastal walks showcase the best of Guernsey.

14th November 2017

Bird Watching in Guernsey
Why You Should Go Bird Watching in Guernsey

The island of Guernsey is a popular habitat for bird life with its rich variety of landscapes, from rocky coastline to inland woodland and marshes. The island with its 25 square miles has an incredible population of over 300 bird species recorded.

27th October 2017

Alpine Lodge at the Old Government House

Set foot in an Alpine winter wonderland in St Peter Port, as The Old Government House opens its doors to The Alpine Lodge, Guernseys first unique festive party venue.

10th October 2017

Guernsey Film
Five of the Best Films And TV Series Shot in Guernsey

Our pick of five films and television series set in Guernsey that celebrate the cinematic quality of the island and its idyllic beaches.

30th September 2017

Guernsey Guide
The Secret Guide to Guernsey: Five Exciting Places to Visit off the Tourist Trail

Get far from the madding crowd and discover a different side to Guernsey with our guide to five lesser-known yet utterly unmissable attractions.

26th September 2017

st peter port guernsey
48 Hours in Guernsey

With its staggeringly pretty coastline, rich history, fantastic food and lively culture, Guernsey is an excellent choice for a short break. Here’s our suggested 48-hour itinerary to make the most of all that Guernsey has to offer.

30th August 2017

Restaurants in Guernsey
The Best Family-Friendly Restaurants in Guernsey

With its long stretches of golden sandy beaches, multitude of outdoor activities and jam-packed calendar of fun events, Guernsey is the ideal destination for a family holiday. The area around The Old Government House Hotel and The Duke of Richmond offers plenty of things to do for children, and it’s also home to some

31st July 2017

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