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Restaurants in Channel Islands

Part international jet set, part family beach resort, the five Channel Islands lie closer to the France than England; they are administered locally, but still form part of the UK. Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and tiny Herm - each has its own distinct character and style.

Sandy beaches, spectacular sunsets and rocky shorelines are part of the allure - along with splendid sightseeing, invigorating walks and some fabulous food. The best restaurants and hotels offer some of the finest seafood around, as well famed specialities like Jersey Royal potatoes and Guernsey cream.

The Channel Islands Restaurant Guide
  
The Absolute End
A converted fisherman's cottage on the coast road a mile out of St Peter Port is the evocative setting for this oddly named, but highly distinctive restaurant. Seafood from local boats and native Italian specialities...
  
Da Nello - Guernsey
The modest frontage belies a Tardis-like timbered interior, which opens out and culminates in a marble-floored Mediterranean piazza. Local fish and meat get a good airing on the regularly changing menu
  
Longueville Manor
Meals are served in the gracious and romantic surroundings of the Oak Room with its sixteenth-century Spanish panelling and the bright, airy Garden Room - which opens onto a small flower garden
  
La Grande Mare Hotel - Guernsey
Part of a leisure and resort complex that also includes a golf course, country club and health suite, this family-run hotel is surrounded by more than 100 acres of private grounds overlooking wooded hills and Vazon Bay
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