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Aval du Creux Hotel
Harbour Hill
Isle of Sark
Guernsey

GY9 0SB
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Sark is one of the smallest of the Channel Islands, at just three miles long and one and a half miles wide, it is accessible by boat from Guernsey, Jersey and France. It has a spectacular craggy coastline with 100ft cliffs and hidden sandy beaches and coves which can all be explored by boat or bike or on foot or horseback - just not by car, as Sark doesn't have any. The Aval du Creux Hotel is located at the top of the harbour Hill, close to the village and in a perfect location to enjoy all that Sark has to offer.

The Hotel which is now open all year round provides the highest level of comfort, service and hospitality. The restaurant is renowned for its superb cuisine to include fresh local seafood and a variety of homemade dishes to suit a variety of tastes.

All 26 bedrooms are en-suite, have tea and coffee facilities, televisions with satellite channels and wi-fi internet access, there is also an option to upgrade to a deluxe room with private balcony or terrace. The Hotel also has a small children's play area and an outdoor swimming pool(Heated April ­ October)

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Number of Rooms: 26
Number Ensuite: 26

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: From £49
Twin: From £49
Single: From £59
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