Farm Court is an unrivalled bed-and-breakfast in a complex of farm buildings set around a cobbled courtyard garden on the edge of the village. Its owner Moira Sleeman, has her priorities right - excellent en-suite showers, fresh milk rather than UHT cartons for bedroom tea, and proper breakfasts with homemade jams. The comfortable bedrooms are decorated in simple style, and there is a self-catering cottage.
Farm Court offers bed and breakfast accommodation and a self-catering cottage that sleeps up to five.
The accommodation is set around an enclosed area, giving privacy to guests, and is in a quiet part of the town of St. Anne. All rooms have been fully refurbished, with the early stone farm buildings and cobbled courtyard forming the basis of a comfortable and simple holiday home.
The Victoria Hotel is a small family-run hotel set in the conservation area of St. Anne's with its picturesque cobbled streets. The hotel has undergone extensive refurbishment in the last few years and now offers comfortable spacious double/twin and family en-suite accommodation, together with a residents' lounge and dinning room. Close to glorious beaches, cliff walks and the harbour, yet just a stone's throw from sophisticated restaurants, bars and shops. Make the Victoria Hotel your choice for a long weekend, short break or annual holiday.
The Victoria offers spacious en-suite accommodation with central heating, tea/coffee making facilities, television in all rooms and a residents' lounge.
Enjoy a full English breakfast at your leisure or perhaps something a little lighter - freshly baked croissants, jam and fruit also available.
Jenny will be pleased to welcome you to The Victoria.
The Georgian House has four charming en suite bedrooms on the third floor. Coque Lihou, La Ronde and Verte Tete are all named after rocks around the island.
Each room features a twin/double bed, en-suite bathrooms, free Wi-Fi, television and the necessary tea/coffee facilities.
Breakfast is for residents only apart from Saturday brunch. Our residents can start the day with the choice of breakfast in the Walpole Room, Orangery or even out in the garden if the sun is shining. Breakfast will set you up for the day with a selection of fresh bread and preserves, fresh juices, local yoghurts, kippers from across the road at Bugsy's Fish Shop or the whole works with bacon and sausages from Kiln Farm.
Address: The Georgian House, Victoria Street, Alderney GY9 3UF
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.
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 '
Address: St Annes Guest House, 10 Le Huret, Alderney,GY9 3TR
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.
Address: Visit Alderney, The States of Alderney P.O. Box1001, Alderney
Alderney Accommodation is a well established holiday accommodation business, that has been in operation for over 30 years.
Here at Alderney Accommodation, we have 11 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.
The Cottage is for self catering use with a three person occupancy. In addition to the large kitchen/living room and generous double bedroom, the cottage also has a further bedroom and bathroom. The charge is £400 - £600 per week from Saturday to Saturday.
An extra one or two people can be accommodated with a surcharge of £125 per person added. The weekly charge still applies if only one or two people book the accommodation.