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Sausmarez Manor is still the seat of the seigneurs de Sausmarez since C1205. There are a number of interesting things to do or see whilst you are there;- Historic House tours a Subtropical Garden, a Sculpture Park, a ride on train, Ghost Tours, a...more
Sausmarez Manor La Route de Sausmarez, St Martin GY4 6SG
We had the great treat of being toured by the Lord of the Manor! A delightful gentleman who gave us wonderful insights into this grand Guernsey spot. The grounds and Manor were lovely and the stop definitely added to our appreciation of this very special...More
My wife and myself took advantage of the delightful Summer conditions to carry out some of Guernsey’s many coastal walks.
On exiting near Fermaine Bay, we wandered up several roads and - after receiving some local advice - found ourselves at Sausmarez Manor. Although the...More
The house was closed when we visited but thought it would be nice to wander around the gardens and look at all the statues - fairly interesting but certainly would not pay the high prices being charged to walk around two of their attractions leading...More
Poor value. Overgrown garden with few plants of any interest, mostly ordinary bamboo etc. Stagnant ponds with fermenting slime sticking to ducks which were constantly around people looking for food. Plenty of statues but all a bit predictable and with labels attached showing silly prices....More
As we visited the Manor on our last day, we didn't have a lot of time to spend here. However, the wild gardens were very interesting with lots of sculptures, so we spent a good couple of hours exploring these unique gardens. A must for...More
We had a lovely week in the Dower Flat, which surely must be the best value self-catering accommodation in Guernsey, if not the Channel Islands. Rosina and Peter (the Seignuer) were both lovely; nothing was too much trouble for either of them, and the welcome...More
We visited this location during a single week break 2018 end of may
Listed as one of the top 3 attraction on Guernsey
The House was closed, the coppersmith was busy forming small grossly overpriced milk churns, the train ride was dilapidated and how it...More