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Hotels in St Peter Port

Sunnycroft Hotel
Constitution Steps
St Peter Port
Guernsey

GY1 2PN

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Sunnycroft Hotel is a wonderful surprise - a 2 star boutique hotel with 3 star surroundings and service situated on Constitution Steps, the a short walk from St Peter Port town centre. Sunnycroft is a peaceful and secluded little haven offering spectacular views across the town centre and harbour, overlooking the islands of Herm and Sark.

The hotel offers exceptional standards for its rating and delivers excellent value for money. Facilities include a very attractive Breakfast room, comfortable Bar area with a very well stocked Honesty Bar, a lovely conservatory area with superb views out to sea, attractive lounge area and Wi-fi is available throughout the building. The hotel also has a large, well-tended garden bursting with flowers and a variety of fruit trees. Rooms are all en suite, equipped with generous hospitality trays, flat screen TV's and basic toiletries. Some rooms have balconies or terraced areas.

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