St Peter Port


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St Peter Port Events

Long Port Guernsey Regatta
Lower Pollet Food Festival

Channel Islands Festival of Arts & Crafts
Channel Islands Festival of Arts and Crafts Fair
International Air Rally
Long Port Guernsey Regatta

Nerine Festival
Winter Night at the Castle Halloween
Yorkshire Guernsey Dancesport Festival

Fox Open Art Competition
Guernsey Press Homelife Show

Guernsey Concert Brass
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St Peter Port is the capital of Guernsey. It houses the Royal Court House, now the seat of the Bailiwick of Guernsey's government and has been an important and busy port since Roman times. St Peter Port is a deep and safe harbour and is relatively remote from France. This made St Peter Port the Channel Islands' premier port, graced by the wealth of ship builders, privateers and merchant adventurers. Architecturally St Peter Port features a mix of Georgian and Regency styles which have been enriched by the presence of French émigrés, including Victor Hugo, whose influences include Parisian-style urinoirs. You can visit Hauteville, which was Victor Hugo's house of exile. Other historic buildings include St Peter's church at the centre of the town and Castle Cornet, the fortress guarding the entrance to the harbour. The castle was set on a tidal island but this is now joined by a breakwater to the enlarged harbour. If you are looking for somewhere to stay in St Peter Port there is plenty of accommodation to choose from, including the Duke of Richmond Hotel and the Duke of Normandy Hotel. You can reach St Peter Port by ferry or fly into Guernsey Airport.


26 Cornet Street Victorian Shop and Parlour
Castle Cornet
Castle Cornet and its Museums
Fermain Beach
Fort Grey Shipwreck Museum
Guernsey Aquarium
Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery
La Valette Underground Military Museum
Victor Hugo's House


Barbados Beach Club
Club 54

Conference Centre

The Beau Sejour Centre


Ash Foster & Harding
H A Wilen


Healthcare Group
Queens Road Medical Practice

Estate Agent

Goldridge Estate Agents
Martel Maides

Martel Maides Ltd
Shields & Co Ltd

Golf Club

St Pierre Park Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

Renaissance at the OGH Hotel & Spa
St. Pierre Park Hotel


St Peter Country Market

Performing Arts

Beau Sejour Centre
Guernsey Camerata Orchestra
Guernsey Youth Theatre
The Guernsey Symphony Orchestra

Pub and Bar

Cleos Bar & Brasserie
Cock & Bull
Dix-Neuf Brasserie & Bar
Dorset Arms
Drunken Duck
Fat Sam's Diner
Harbour Lights
Helmsman Inn
La Couture Inn

Rohais Inn
Salerie Inn
Ship & Crown
Thomas De La Rue
Victoria Arms


Absolute End
Cleos Bar & Brasserie
Da Nello
Dix-Neuf Brasserie & Bar
Fat Sam's Diner
Le Nautique Restaurant
Le Petit Bistro
St. Pierre Park Hotel
Thomas De La Rue
Zeed Zaad Baan Thai


Elizabeth College
Guernsey Youth Theatre
Ladies' College


Babbe le Pelly Tosterin
Carey Olsen

Collas Day


Beau Sejour Centre


Hansa Wholefood
H Samuel
Fat Face
Hallmark Cards
Quay Gallery
Ritual Beauty
The Day Salon
Samuel Pepys
Ian Brown’s Cycle Shop
Tapenade Delicatessen
Kendall Guitars
Troutead Opticians
Fletcher Sports




Bumblebee Boat Cruises(Boat Trips and Cruises)
Island RIB Voyages(Boat Trips and Cruises)

Places to Stay near St Peter Port

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The Venue Hotel (73.99 miles)

The Venue Hotel
Dorset’s premier hotel, located on Portland’s historic cliff tops with beautiful panoramic views. Our modern rooms make The Venue Hotel an ideal weekend retreat or perfect venue for weddings and conferences with state of the ... More | visit website
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The Globe Inn (74.46 miles)

The Globe Inn
The Globe is an ideal base for all holiday activities. We are surrounded by magnificent coastal scenery and un-crowded beaches, historic towns and villages are all close by. The Inn is situated in the pretty ... More | visit website
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1 At the Beach (74.72 miles)

1 At the Beach

Set in the peaceful village of Torcross, At the Beach offers a relaxing holiday destination while still having plenty in the local area to keep you entertained.

No. 1 is a stunning ground floor apartment with ... More | visit website

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Portland Lodge (75.58 miles)

Portland Lodge

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A warm and welcoming base to discover the beautiful Dorset coast, the lodge is situated at the heart of the Jurassic coast, at the summit of the Isle of Portland. Close to ... More

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The Heights Hotel - Portland (75.82 miles)

The Heights Hotel - Portland
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The Heights Hotel is a 3* hotel set on the summit of Portland amidst newly awarded World Heritage site. We are a Modern, friendly hotel with high standards of both accommodation and ... More
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Chillington House (75.98 miles)

Chillington House
Chillington House is a Bed & Breakfast Hotel in the villlage of Chillington. There is a south facing garden which two bedrooms have private access. Guests may sunbathe in the garden or relax by the ... More | visit website
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Blacknor Cottage (76.12 miles)

Blacknor Cottage
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Frogwell B&B (76.19 miles)

Frogwell B&B

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Frogwell Bed & BreakfastSituated approximately 4 miles from the hustle and bustle of Dartmouth and within walking distance of the famous award winning 'Blackpool Sands' beach . We are ideally ... More

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Salcombe Harbour Hotel (76.49 miles)

Salcombe Harbour Hotel
Salcombe Harbour Hotel is in a magical location – it sits on the water’s edge in Salcombe, one of the most beautiful coastal towns in the South West of England. The Hotel has been well-loved ... More | visit website
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The Penthouse (76.62 miles)

The Penthouse

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Recently refurbished, decorated and equipped to a very highest of standards, this spacious apartment located in the heart of the town, has two large terraces with stunning views over the ... More

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