Channel Islands Hotels

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It is a strange fact that the Channel Islands ended up as a part of Britain rather than France as they are much closer to the French mainland than to England. The Islands are characterised by a unique mix of international jet set and family friendly beach resorts. They offer a wonderfully mild climate for most of the year, and are a popular destination for visitors from all over the world.

The Islands offer a wonderfully relaxed way of life and are populated with quaint whitewashed houses and sandy beaches, spectacular sunsets and rocky shorelines. The landscape offers great opportunities for walking and cycling and no matter where guests visit they are never far away from great restaurants, pavement cafes, fun bars and places simply to relax and watch the passing parade of the Islands.

The famous Gerald Durrell conservation zoo is found on the largest Island namely Jersey and not far away is found the German Underground Hospital made up of half a mile of tunnels and chambers built through the solid rock. The capital is St Hellier and it is here that the Jersey Museum tells the story of the Island's history. In the harbour is Elizabeth Castle, built by Sir Walter Raleigh when he was governor of Jersey and was dedicated to Queen Elizabeth 1.

The Lavender Farm invites visitors to explores its cultivation fields and distillery, Guernsey offers visitors 27 beaches, Alderney Island may be the most peaceful hosting excellent beaches and shoreline walks and is reached via regular ferry and short hop airplane flights to and from jersey and Guernsey. Sark is a unique Island and Europe's only remaining feudal state officially ruled by its Seigneur under a constitution dating back 500 years, cycling is popular which is just as well as no cars are allowed on the Island. The smallest Island is Herm measuring only 1 1/2 miles long and a population of 40 and here not even bicycles are allowed.

The Islands offer unique backdrops for the many Channel Islands Hotels and these are as varied as their picturesque backdrops. The Hotels are specifically engineered to suit the Honeymoon couple, the corporate group, the tourist and the family groups. The Resort Hotels are extensive and luxurious lying over many acres of ground on the edge of the Ocean. Accustomed to welcoming some of the world most distinguished guests, they provide the very best of facilities and amenities.

Jersey now has many recently built modern hotels which have friendly and efficient accommodation and service for tourists and business visitors alike. Many of these more modern hotels are strategically placed close to the town centre and easily accessed via the airport and road links. The luxury hotels offer airport transfer or alternatively guests may acquire car hire within the arrivals hall or take advantage of the many taxis available.

Many Channel Islands Hotels boast restaurants with wonderful sea views and international cuisines and vintage wines, lively coffee bars and trendy wine bars, pool side bistros host all day light meals and refreshing beverages.

A visit to the Channel Islands promises spectacular scenery full of exciting activities and attractions, set in a unique corner of the United Kingdom.