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La Barbarie Hotel
Saints Road
St Martins


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Nestling in the country Parish of St. Martin in a quiet green valley close to one of Guernseys most beautiful beaches. La Barbarie Hotel provides easy access to the lovely cliffs, bays and coves on the South coast of Guernsey. This fine Guernsey Hotel was named 'La Barbarie' after Barbary Coast pirates kidnapped and put to ransom the owner of this country house in the 17th century. Things are a little quieter around here now! La Barbarie was converted into an hotel in 1950 and the old quiet charm has never left. Indeed, La Barbarie Hotel is one of those relaxing Guernsey country hotels that only a lucky few discover.

The heated swimming pool and warm patio provide the perfect secluded spot for lazy lunches or a quiet aperitif before dinner. Spacious yet intimate in atmosphere, the restaurant is a delightful place in which to sample some of Guernsey's finest cuisine. La Barbarie's Head Chef is immensely proud of the praise he receives, not just from the AA and the Guernsey Restaurant of the Year Competition (in which La Barbarie were category winners in 2005) but most important critics of all, you our guests. Our seafood selection is famous with locals and visitors alike and vegetarians are amply catered for. Relax in the quiet hotel residents lounge with its' traditional farm house oak beams and open fireplace.


Number of Rooms: 22
Number Ensuite: 22

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Name: La Barbarie
Cuisine: English - French
Chef: Colin Pearson
Awards: AA Rosette
Guernsey Restaurant of the Year 2001
Winner - Guernsey Restaurant Awards ' Best Starter' 2005

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