We stayed here for 5 nights in August. It is in one of the nicest parts of Guernsey, right on the bus route. It is a quiet area though, if you are looking for a lot of night life. It is extremely easy to get anywhere from the hotel without needing a car. We got a family bus pass and used it to travel all over the island. Our room was comfortable and nicely decorated. The food was good. In fact we ate there every night because it was a pleasant place to hang out. We walked through the ruettes tranquilles (walker friendly) little lanes to the coast. It was an easy walk and difficult to get lost. The tourist map has all the little lanes on it so it is all you need. We had excellent service from the managers, and all the young servers were always friendly and polite. Good breakfasts. One evening a trio of musicians was practicing their folk music, which was great fun to listen to. Would stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 17th-Century country Inn, lots of charm and warmth. Very busy restaurant recommended by "The good Hotel Guide", "Michelin Dining out in Pubs Guide", "CAMRA traditional real Ale Guide" and many others. "Shabby Chic" in Guernsey is how we are described and we strive to maintain the original old charms of the building but adding a little contemporary quirkiness. Many local fish dishes and our signature "Chancre" crab salads prove very popular with visitors and locals alike. If you enjoy your food, you will love the Fleur. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fleur Du Jardin Castel
- Fleur Du Jardin Hotel Guernsey/Castel