Channel Islands

Exclusive guide to the best holiday destinations in the Channel islands, independent reviews from award-winning travel writers

St Anne Alderney

Guernsey and Alderney – Channel Islands at War

The new film ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’ focusses on Guernsey’s experience during WW2. Indeed the Channel Islands were the only British territories to be occupied by the Nazis and it was a tough time.

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Bohemia Bar & Restaurant, Jersey

I must admit, having a one-star Michelin Restaurant to ourselves might be seen by some as a little self-indulgent but what the heck. You only live once, and I intend to live it to the full.

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Ocean Restaurant, Jersey

he Atlantic Hotel high above St. Ouens Bay in Jersey has an awful lot going for it. Not only is it, hands down, my favourite hotel on the island – it sits in a breathtaking position at the top of the cliffs – but its Ocean Restaurant has a culinary offering to rival anywhere else on Jersey.

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The Atlantic Hotel

Adjacent to the third tee on Jersey’s famed La Moye Golf Club, The Atlantic Hotel has been in the very safe hands of the Burke family for nearly 50 years. It’s also quietly become probably the finest hotel Jersey has to offer.

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Bonne Nuit Bay

Jersey. World class.

Just imagine  yourself on a soft sandy beach in a hidden cove perfectly proportioned in every way. just a mile or so from Saint Helier, Jersey’s capital; just you and the English Channel lapping gently on the shore.

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Bass and Lobster Food House

Fresh ingredients are at the heart of the Food House’s success. Merely hours ago, that firm fillet of red mullet on your plate was innocently swimming just off St. Helier

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