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Hotels in St Martins

Hotel Jerbourg
St Martins
Guernsey

GY4 6BJ
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Hotel Jerbourg is a luxury Guernsey Hotel. It is set in a prime beauty spot on the cliff tops at Jerbourg Point, with breathtaking views over Herm, Sark, Jersey and even France on a clear day! Only a step away from picturesque cliff walks, ten minutes from St Peter Port and within easy access to Guernsey Airport makes Hotel Jerbourg an ideal base to explore Guernsey and the wide array of attractions.
This Guernsey hotel offers a solar-heated outdoor swimming pool that is open from May to September and overlooks panoramic sea views. A welcoming bar and exquisite lounge also adds comfort and relaxation to your stay. In addition, it is impossible to forget the internationally renowned restaurant “Les Trois Isles”. There is an outstanding selection of menus featuring local seafood: crab, lobster and sea bass to name a few, which are combined with fresh Guernsey produce prepared by award winning Chefs. An extensive fish board, steak board, daily changing table d’hote menu and extensive bar menus are available along with an amazing wine selection. Morning coffee, lunches, afternoon teas and drinks are available on the sundeck. Petanque at the poolside is exclusively for Hotel guests.

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