The third largest Channel Island, Alderney is one of the rare unspoiled corners of Britain. With a population of a little under two and a half thousand, its reputation as a peaceful, relaxing getaway is matched only by the locals’ reputation for warm welcomes and traditional jovial hospitality. Easily explored by foot the fascinating and beautiful Island is only one and a half miles wide by three and a half miles long and boasts a mild comfortable climate.
Like its neighbours, Guernsey and Jersey, Alderney is independently governed, but unlike the larger islands, and despite its proximity to mainland France (10 miles west of Normandy), it remains more or less entirely free from mainstream tourism. Remote as Alderney may be it is surprisingly easy to visit as it has its own harbour and airport with direct scheduled flights to and from the UK.
Alderney, one of Britain’s best-kept secrets.
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Bodycare offers a variety of high quality treatments.
We are here to help you feel good whether it's just a eyebrow wax or a full body massage.
Lash and Brow treatments,
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Address: Bodycare Alderney, 21 Victoria Street, Alderney
Tucked away in the sand dunes, Saye Beach Campsite is the place for camping in Alderney in the Channel Islands & one of the best holiday locations in the UK.
Recently refurbished to a very high standard with new bathroom block, dry room facility and a play area for children, the Saye Beach campsite offers a well-stocked shop, picnic area, teas & coffees, ice creams and beach goods as well as the perfect location to pitch your tent!
Tents are available for hire, or you can bring your own.
Situated in a superb location behind the sand dunes of the unrivalled Saye Bay, just two minutes from the exciting surf of Corblets Bay and the family-friendly crescent of Arch Bay.
The Coronation Inn is at the top of the town on high street where you can enjoy a quiet pint with-out the din of a TV in the background, it's a friendly old fashioned pub with good beer, wines and spirits and traditional pub games. We don't do food as you have a fantastic range of eateries within the close vicinity.
The Coronation off licence where our staff are only too happy to help you choose from a wide range of wines from around the world including Chile, New Zealand, South Africa and many more from around the world. Also available are spirits, beers and soft drinks.
We offer a 5% discount on cases of wine, beer and lager. Open 7 days a week until 8pm.
Also you can order duty free ready for when you leave the island.
Address: Coronation Inn, 36 High Street, Alderney,GY9 3GT
Welcome to Mainbrayce of Alderney, who have given over 45 years of service to visiting yachtsmen and islanders alike.
Mainbrayce, under Managing Director Michael Fitton, is continually investing and enhancing services in the harbour area with approved plans for a new, purpose designed, building to be constructed in 2020/21. Although the Company no longer provides the Water Taxi or Laundrette services, which have moved to the Harbour Authority, the boating fraternity and those with other engineering and technical issues can still call on Michael and the team for help and advice. A full marine engineering service is available.
The Mainbrayce Chandlery, based in the Inner Harbour, holds an excellent stock of rope, paints, yacht and motor boat spares, including some of those more obscure parts that are rarely available elsewhere. It also carries essential safety equipment, an extensive range of oils, lubricants, filters batteries (for boat and car), specialist boat cleaning and repair kits, paints and stainless steel nuts, bolts and many engine parts.
Mainbrayce also provides year round TAX FREE FUELLING SERVICES from the Inner Harbour with marine diesel, unleaded petrol and fresh, potable, water available from quayside pumps.
Call or e-mail Mainbrayce Limited to get quotes on a huge range of Tax Free yacht and motorboat spares. The Company provides an extensive ‘order now and collect when passing’ service which will save thousands of pounds and Euro's for a refit or new build yacht.
Mainbrayce is also allowed to sell TWO STROKE OUTBOARDS! Small ones are kept in stock but why not phone or email ahead to check availability?
Mainbrayce is also the harbour location for the purchase of DUTY FREE ALCOHOL, TOBACCO & CIGARETTES. Pop into the Chandlery to order your allowances which will be brought to your boat just before you sail
Mainbrayce is also a SeaStart agent and can carry out minor and major engineering work, marine computer diagnostics on most makes, repairs and refit work on yachts and motorboats. The cranage is up to 16m and or 18mt, please ensure you call for this service.
Alderney is a fantastic destination, with a beautiful harbour and excellent restaurants and we at Mainbrayce will do our best to ensure visiting yachtsmen, RIB owners and motor boaters, have a pleasant and problem free visit. Make sure you call in at the Mainbrayce Chandlery, call or e:mail us for services, help and waterborne advice.
Bike Sales/Hire, Electric Bikes, Gift Shops, Retail Outlets
The easiest way of exploring this fantastic little island is by bicycle.
Once you leave the small town of St Anne you will encounter very little traffic, and with over ten miles of paved roads and many more miles of tracks and pathways, cycling is the ideal way to explore the island at your own pace.
We can offer cycles for all the family, with tag-a-longs and child seats available for smaller children.
Helmets can also be provided and are recommended for children, but it is not a law in Alderney to wear them.
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Address: Cycle & Surf, Les Rocquettes, St Anne, Alderney, GY93TF
Shirley’s Ladies’ Fashions and His Essentials in Victoria Street, Alderney - the one stop shop for all your clothing needs.
For the ladies Shirley’s has lingerie, sports, casual and smart day wear or the more formal and to complement the fashion there is also an excellent range of accessories including gloves from Dent’s, Italian silk scarves and hats, so important for the mother of the bride!
His Essentials offers the most important items of men’s clothing including shirts from Double two, briefs and more from Jockey, trousers from Bruhl plus socks, sweaters and swimwear.
Alderney is VAT FREE - so prices are really attractive and when combined with the friendly service, the range and quality of clothing on offer from Shirley’s and His
Essentials, they make for a great shopping experience.
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Address: Shirley's & His Essentials, 9 Victoria Street, Alderney, GY9 3UL
When you come to stay on Alderney, you will find a number of cosy, privately-owned hotels and friendly guest houses, as well as self-catering accommodation. If you fancy camping in the Channel Islands, you can stay at Saye Beach Campsite. The campsite is perfectly positioned, adjacent to several of Alderney’s finest beaches. View a 360° tour
Discover the charms of Alderney at The Blonde Hedgehog, a luxury hotel nestled within the cobblestone streets of Saint Anne. From cosy rooms and deluxe suites to an entire family-friendly cottage, we have an accommodation choice perfect for you. View a 360° tour
We are a fully licensed Restaurant located right in the heart of St Annes on Victoria Street as well as offering a takeaway service.
Having been established for nearly 20 years we are recognised locally and nationally for serving the highest standards of Indian cuisine. Owner Matin Miah prides himself on serving fresh and tasty dishes using only the finest ingrediants available whilst the team will ensure you experiance only the highest levels of service.
We are open seven days a week serving morning coffee from 10am and lunch from 12pm-2pm. Our fantastic evening menu as well as our take away service is available from 6pm with last orders for food being taken at 10.30pm.
We look forward to meeting you.
Address: Nellie Grays Retaurant, Victoria Street, Alderney GY9 3TA
The Alderney museum was started in 1966 and displays a record of Alderney's fascinating history. The museum's collections are concerned exclusively with Alderney, and cover geology, archaeology, the natural environment and social history The museum is open daily April to October and also has a wide selection of books and guides for sale.
Address: The Museum, High Street, Alderney, GY9 3TG
Established in 1847, the Divers Inn in Braye Street is steeped in the history of Alderney.
We are continuing with the tradition by offering a wide selection of wines by the glass, as well as beers, spirits and soft drinks on sale all day every day for your enjoyment either in our traditional stone floored pub where, on those days you would rather be inside, we light our fires to give a warmer welcome or outside on our balcony on warmer days overlooking Braye Bay. We offer a full bar food menu, 7 days a week and all our food is freshly cooked for you.
The Divers Inn is the only pub on Alderney with direct access to any beach, and as the closest pub to Braye harbour, just 4 minutes, we are your first stop.
1st April to 30th September 1000am - 0030 7 days a week
1st October to 31st March 1000am - midnight 7 days a week.
Address: The Divers Inn, Braye Street, Alderney,GY9 3XT
Alderney Accommodation is a well established holiday accommodation business, that has been in operation for over 30 years.
Here at Alderney Accommodation, we have 13 lovely self catering properties available to rent through out the year, sleeping from 2 to 12 people. Some are located in or near the town of St Anne, and some within 5 minutes of the beach. All of our properties are clean and well equipped with everything you’ll need to enjoy your holiday. For availability or to make a reservation please visit our website, call or send us an email and we’ll be happy to help you.
We also offer a property management service. If you own a holiday home in Alderney and would like your house looked after and maintained, we can do weekly checks. Should we find any problems we can have it rectified for you before your next visit.
Without doubt the most luxurious hotel in Alderney, the stunning Braye Beach Hotel has one of the most spectacular views you could wish for, standing picture-perfect on the edge of Alderney's finest sandy beach. This stylish and elegant hotel offers the highest standards of food, accommodation and personal service.
Boasting lovely views right across the bay and harbour beyond, the restaurant serves delicious fresh, local food. Every bedroom is furnished to an exceptional standard of décor and comfort and other facilities include comfy lounges, a residents' private cinema and complimentary wireless broadband access throughout the hotel.
With the style and elegance of a luxury small hotel, the finer points of hospitality come as standard.
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Alderney Farm Shop- Supplying the Island community with the freshest local produce.
Local home reared Beef
Fresh in season Fish
In house Chef producing fresh breads, pastries etc
Home Dry Cured Bacon & Gammon - Smoked & Green
Exclusively Available Freshly made Soups, Salads, Coleslaws, Gravlax, Capachio, Panchetta. View a 360° tour
The Alderney Wildlife Trust aims to promote the conservation and protection of Alderney's terrestrial and marine wildlife and associated habitats, also to promote the conservation and protection of places of scientific interest, amenity value or natural beauty. Since its launch in 2002 the Trust now actively manages around 20k of public footpath and over 120ha of the island’s countryside as nature reserve, in addition to the Island’s Internationally Imprtant Wetland (Ramsar) site which includes many of Alderney’s key species such as Northern Gannet and Puffin. The Trust also founded the Island’s Bird Observatory in 2016 which collects detailed records of the momentous European migration which passes the island each year.
When visiting the Island you can find out more about the Trust’s regular walks and activities programme from bat and hedgehog walks, to wildlife kayaking, boat trips and historic tours at the Wildlife Centre in the centre of the island’s only town, St. Anne (www.alderneywildlife.org/whats’on). The volunteers and staff at the centre can also help you plan your visit, pointing out interesting and often missed sites and providing access to unusual buildings such as the ominous WWII naval tower known as the Odeon
Address: Alderney Wildlife Trust, 48 Victoria Street, Alderney, GY9 3TA
Alderney, the third largest of the Channel Islands invites you to travel to and discover one of the few unspoiled, peaceful, natural and totally relaxing British Isles.
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Imagine a little island - just one and a half miles wide and three and a half miles long with just over two thousand friendly and welcoming inhabitants. Like Guernsey and Jersey, the island enjoys a mild climate and independence, with its own government and a fledgling off-shore finance and E-commerce sector.
Despite its closeness to mainland France (8 miles), Guernsey (23 miles), Jersey (30 miles) and the Isle of Wight (60 miles), Alderney has managed to avoid mainstream tourism. Remote, yet well-connected with direct scheduled air links from the UK, Alderney has its own airport and harbour.
Visit Alderney and you will discover an oasis with an ancient and varied history, an abundance of flora and fauna, beautiful beaches, an enviable lifestyle with that unique, contagious phenomenon known as 'the Alderney Feeling'.
Address: Visit Alderney, States of Alderney, PO Box 1 Alderney,GY9 3AA
Braye Harbour is Alderney's main transportation link for goods arriving on the island, and hosts a customs station for visitors arriving on the island.
There are 70 yellow visitors' mooring buoys, and it is possible to raft up on these in good weather. Mooring fees are £20 per day and £5 per day for anchorage. All other mooring buoys are private, and should not be used without permission from the Harbour Master. The anchorage in the middle of the bay has good holding ground in sand, but there are areas of rock and weed. Towards the entrance of the harbour, the bottom is generally more rocky.
Because of the tidal range at Springs (up to 6.9m), a good scope of anchor line should be used, especially if anchoring in shoal areas. It is not permitted to anchor in the Fairway or close to Braye Jetty, or to tie up to Braye Jetty
Welcome to Ingrid's guest house and home. The small guest house with lots of character. You are not a guest, you are a visitor in Ingrid's home.
' I inherited some beautiful classic antique furniture and had to keep it in storage for 8 years until I found the guest house - the two were made for each other. The building is from the late 1700's and I am forunate in that it still retains some original features. The dining room / lounge gives this house an illusion of grandeur with its high ceiling, large sash windows and open fireplace. Some of the furniture - the grandfather clock (restored on the island), welsh dresser and pictures add to the feeling of elegance. The staircase with the original mahogany hand rail leads up to the bedrooms. There are only three rooms, two ensuite and one with its own bathroom. Each room has its own individual decor and I have tried to add a feeling of comfort through the soft furnishings and paintings. All the rooms have an east / west aspect so are full of light. The rooms are equiped with TVs and the trays have a selection of tea, coffee, hot chocolate and home made biscuits.
To the rear of the property is a quiet patio, the beech table in the centre was hand made in the 30s. Surrounded by flower pots, climbing roses and jasmine,you can listen to the fountain and watch the goldfish. Beyond is a small garden, a retreat, a place to relax with a book or bring in a bottle of wine, glasses are of course provided.
Breakfast is a feast of fresh fruit salad, melon or pink grapefruit. Local dairy produce and home made jams and marmelades accompany the cooked breakfast with bread from the bakery '
The Blonde Hedgehog Restaurant is the heart of our hotel. We focus on bringing you simple dishes bursting with delicious and exciting flavours. Whether you’re a guest at our hotel, a visitor to the island, or an Alderney local, we look forward to serving you! View a 360° tour
Address: The Blonde Hedgehog, 6 Le Huret, Alderney
Le Pesked is the only French restaurant on Alderney and is situated in the heart of the cobbled streets of St Annes at the top of Victoria Street.
We have been established since July 2014 and have become a firm favourite amongst locals and visitors alike.
Open for morning coffee, light lunches and evening meals set in a superb atmosphere you will always find a warm smile and friendly service whenever you come to visit us.
Le Pesked is owned and run by the fabulous Brittany chef David Ollivrin serving classic French cusine with a modern twist.
Opening hours - Morning Coffee served from 10am, Lunch served 12 noon - 2.30pm, Dinner served 6.30pm - 9.30pm
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Address: Le Pesked Restaurant, 30 Victoria street, Alderney, GY9 3TA
Duty Free, Gift Shops, Jewellery, Retail Outlets, Something Special
Reynards the Jewellers has built it's worldwide reputation on customer service. For this reason, it is necessary to visit their shop in Victoria Street, Alderney to purchase any of the wide range of jewellery, watches, silverware and high quality gifts they have to offer. You can, however, browse in their virtual showroom at your leisure.
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Address: Reynards Jewellers, St. Annes House, 56 Victoria Street Alderney, GY9 3UF
The Bell & Co difference - a relaxed, welcoming yet decisive attitude that culminates in the most important decision most of us aspire to - a new home.
Whether buying or selling, we offer a personal and distinctive way forward that is based on professional competence, trust, and puts stress into the background.
Members of the National Association of Estate Agents and regulated by the Guernsey Financial Services Commission.
Alderney's largest Estate Agent
Our family business now runs to a third generation and includes a team of six, all of whom have been with us for several years.
It's all part of the Bell & Co difference which you can count on.
Address: 3 Victoria Street, Alderney, Channel Islands,GY9 3UF
Boasting lovely views right across the bay, our stylish restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Chef's menus are inspired by the first class quality and freshness of local produce. From lobster and locally dived scallops, to rich Alderney cream and fresh seasonal vegetables flown directly from the markets of France.
Bar & Terrace
Our friendly bar and beach-side decked terraces offer the best view in the islands, looking out to sea across the beautiful Braye Breach. Relaxed and informal, the Bar and Terrace are open throughout the day for morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and snacks.
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We stock a huge variety of clothing and accessories, whether you need to wrap up warm on and off shore, or add a bit of glamour to your life. ,br>
We try to adapt with the seasons, so swimwear, shark goggles and sassy dresses for the summer, and warm jumpers to snuggle into for the winter. We could go on forever listing what we have in, so you’ll just have to pop in and find out for yourself!
Our main clothes brands include Joe Browns, Brakeburn, Lazy Jacks, Mousqueton, not forgetting Little Lighthouse for the smaller crew members!
Our family run shop is a treasure trove of goodies, there are gems hidden in every corner, so it’s well worth a browse.
If you cant manage to carry all your goodies home, you’ll be happy to hear that we include baskets with our hire bikes!
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Address: Cycle & Surf, Les Rocquettes, Alderney, GY9 3TF