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This four-star hotel has a stunning location on Braye Beach with two popular restaurants, a cocktail bar and beach bar and even a private cinema to enjoy a DVD on a wet afternoon. The harbour is just a short stroll away for boat trips to spot puffins and gannets.

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What's not to love? A sandy beach directly outside the hotel, a busy working harbour around the corner - where you can get boat trips to spot puffins and gannets - and the capital St Anne's just a 15-minute walk away. The airport is a six-minute drive away or a 25-minute walk. The island is just 1.5 miles by 3 miles and so everywhere on the island is walkable from here if you've got the right shoes on.

By plane: direct flights are only from Southampton and take 40 minutes. Indirect regional flights go via Guernsey. The hotel is a 5-minute drive from the airport. Book flights.

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The hotel is formed out of a terrace of colourful gabled houses that run along the edge of the beach. Inside, it's smart, with a seaside feel brought in by driftwood artwork on the walls and prints of seascapes. The Vaults steakhouse and cocktail bar has the most contemporary design.


Nothing is too much trouble here, and the staff go the extra mile to make your stay special. That might be a surprise bottle of prosecco in your room if they know you are celebrating or help to book a car or bicycle hire. You'll find board games and books in the lounge.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Beachfront
  • Cinema
  • Free Wi-Fi


Wooden beds are dressed in nautical colours, and large sash windows look out onto the whole sweep of the bay if you've picked a Platinum or Platinum Plus room (some even have Juliet balconies). The smaller Gold and Silver rooms look out on a quiet street behind.

Room types: Silver Room, Gold Room, Platinum Room, Platinum Plus Room

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, bottled water, mini fridge, free Wi-Fi


There is a great variety of food and drink here, whether you want a morning coffee or afternoon tea in the beach bar, a crab or lobster salad with a glass of Sauvignon blanc in the brasserie or a Negroni and Tomahawk steak in the Vaults. Breakfasts are lavish.

Braye Beach Brasserie: main restaurant and terrace. Seaside-inspired dishes, fresh fish. Open daily, 12-2pm and 6-9pm. Mains from £12.

The Vaults: basement restaurant. Steakhouse and cocktail bar. Open for dinner, Wed-Sun.

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