A group of islands of the British Commonwealth located in the bay of St Malo off the coast of Normandy France and approximately 70 miles from the south coast of England. Full of history, beauty and a temperate climate.
The islands consist of Jersey the largest island, Guernsey the second largest and three much smaller islands Herm, Sark and Alderney.
Full of natural beauty and unspoiled beaches, all the islands' have a rich heritage and award-winning attractions and a range of good hotels, B&B's and self-catering accommodations. Excellent restaurants and beachside cafes provide fresh food to satisfy the taste buds.
Enjoy the bustling towns and villages of Jersey and Guernsey or relax on one of the smaller islands of Herm, Sark and Alderney.
The island of Herm for example, is only 1 ½ miles in length and ½ mile wide with natural unspoiled beaches, beautiful landscape with refreshing scenery and that peacefulness only noticed when you’re away from the crowds. Stay here and feel like it’s your own island.
The White House hotel, the only hotel on the island, will spoil you with good service, good food, excellent accommodation and the Mermaid Tavern at the hotel provide good pub food and drinks.