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Les Cotils Christian Retreat
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Reviewed September 19, 2013

Wonderful location and view was amazing, good food and generous portions - however there seemed to be a lack of spiritual warmth about the place. Some accommodation in need of redecorating. Won't be rushing back if I'm really honest.....

Room Tip: Sea view otherwise it could be depressing
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled solo
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2  Thank Sue O
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Reviewed August 31, 2013

Like other reviews not the normal, but for the price very good value not sure what the previous review was on about it being expensive most places are double the price!!.
Very family friendly we had two rooms one had a bunk bed and a single for three of our children and a cot was provided for our baby in our room, the rooms are very clean but they do still have a feel of the old hospital rooms, but at that price who cares?
Breakfast was very good and plentiful and served until 9.30 so no rush, the place is very quiet so sleep was not problem.
The best thing was the evening meals £17 for a 3 course meal excellant value and large portions and really good quaility we thought it was excellant.
They even allowed us to use a small conference room next door for drinks before and after to let the kids run around and not desturp other guests, always a worry.
Staff could not have been more helpful really enjoyed our stay and would go back.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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2  Thank tracylaura
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Reviewed August 21, 2013

I was going to a wedding with my mum and so we booked into here as mum had looked round on a previous visit and like it. We had a twin room which was en suite, the room was very clean and airy. We had a kitchen just round the corner that we could have free drinks and make any meals we required. Breakfast is great...this was included in our room rate. There are 3 lounges, 2 with tvs free wi fi and gret views from all front windows and the grounds.

The only disadvantage is that it is up the hill above St Peter Port and so this is hardgoing when you are going home after a day out as the climb is steep.

Room Tip: Front room
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank haylesbeth
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Reviewed August 19, 2013

If you appreciate that this is a conference centre with a christian ethos then you can thoroughly enjoy your visit.

There are no bars, and no television tea making or mini bar facilities in the room.

There are small kitchen units where you can help yourself to a tea or coffee, WiFi is available in the lounges, plus there are extensive grounds and easy car parking which is at a real premium in this location on the edge of St Peter Port.

The rooms are en suite and an adequate 3 star type standard without being luxurious. Breakfast provides a good choice.

We found staff friendly and helpful.

This is not a hotel, but provides a convenient, comfortable and reasonably priced base for a stay in Guensey. You may find joining in evening prayer adds an extra dimension to your stay (completely optional!).

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank choosyhampshire
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Reviewed August 2, 2013

I stayed here for four days at the end of July. I was delighted with its setting, and although it is perched on a hill which makes for quite a tiring walk to and from the town, the setting provides views and a sense of space that makes it ideal for its original purpose.

I wasn't too well during my stay but its three comfortable lounges on the reception level made it a wonderful place to rest and to just be. Added to that there is a pleasant cafe which was an excellent facility given that the weather ranged from sparkling sunshine to strident storms with hailstones.

The staff are welcoming and pleasant, the breakfast is good - and despite the rooms being on the small side (but not unreasonably so given that it is a retreat centre), the rooms for common use were spacious, well appointed and comfortable.

I didn't particularly fall in love with Guernsey, but I loved staying here. It was easy, relaxed and welcoming.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled solo
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