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Hotels in St Peter Port

La Piette Hotel
St. Georges Esplande
St Peter Port
Guernsey

GY1 2BQ
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La Piette Hotel in St. Peter Port Guernsey dates back to the 1700ís with many of its original architectural features remaining including a magnificent carved wooden fireplace, rumoured to have come from the town church in 1870.

La Piette Hotel is the only seafront 3 star hotel in St. Peter Port Guernsey, providing stunning sea views of the neighbouring islands of Herm, Jethou and Sark and on clear days Alderney, Jersey and the French coast. Sunrise over the islands can be simply spectacular!

La Piette Hotel is ideally situated for both business and pleasure: A five to ten minute stroll along the seafront will take you directly to the heart of St Peter Port, the islands capital with itís picturesque harbours, quaint cobbled streets, restaurants, shopping and the financial centre.

If you are visiting Guernsey on business, a short walk in the opposite direction is the Admiral Park business and commercial centre. Open all year round this Guernsey 3 star seafront hotel has a choice of bars and great restaurants and offers excellent value short breaks.

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