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A lively bar and restaurant with four well-appointed rooms right in the centre of St Annes. Come to hang out by the fire with a pint of local ale and get a sense of the small community, dine on expertly-prepared local produce and kick back in comfortable rooms with luxurious extras.

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This is a great spot to base yourself, as it's right in the heart of the tiny town. A few doors away you'll find the tourist information office full of advice on what to see and do on the island, and opposite, you'll find a cinema and arts centre. Both the harbour and beach at Braye are a 15-min walk away

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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As the name suggests, this is a Georgian townhouse which has been welcoming guests since it was a coaching inn in the 1800s. Inside, the pub has a well lived-in feel with wooden floorboards, sage-coloured wall panelling, stripped pine tables and a wood-burning stove in winter. The breakfast room is a calming green colour.


Friendly service comes from a young team who also work the bar. There's a programme of live events in the pub and you might catch a quiz, a band or perhaps a comedian. Facilities are limited, but you can request a picnic lunch or a barbecue on the beach.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Family-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi


With just four rooms it's like staying upstairs in a friend's house. Two are small doubles while the others can be set up as twins. They are full of character with sash windows and Roberts radios. Expect local fudge and postcards on arrival, Teapig teas and cafetiere coffee on the hospitality tray and bathrobes and hot water bottles.

Room types: Coque Lihou, La Ronde, Ortac, Verte Tete

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom and toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi


The menu contains pub classics such as fish and chips and pies but also more refined restaurant-style food such as Alderney fish soup and oven-roasted bass with pak choi and ginger-infused tempura oyster. The bar is well stocked with Channel Island and UK ales and a global wine list.

The Orangery: main restaurant, floor-to-ceiling windows. Open Mon-Sat, 12-2pm and 6-9pm. Open Sun, 12-3pm. Mains from £10.

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