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Hotel Jerbourg
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Reviewed 13 October 2013

The hotel is situated in a lovely location overlooking the Chanel. We had a lovely room with a view of Sark and Herm. The room was well equipped and clean, although a little on the small side. One problem was there were no clothes hooks in the bathroom. This is an error In a lot of hotels.
All the staff were lovely. They were extremely friendly and caring and very efficient and professional in their work. The food was very good with a buffet breakfast, with a lot of choice, and very tasty and attractively served evening meals. We were there for the Tennerfest so it was really good value. I would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Guernsey.

Room Tip: If you have problems with stairs ask for a superior room on the ground floor.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank londonsilverlady
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Reviewed 11 October 2013

The Hotel Jerbourg must have the best views of any hotel on the island. Yes it's a bit remote and you'll need a car but it's definitely worth it. Yes the road is narrow, but they're narrow all over the island. If you're on a break what's the rush.

The food is good if not exceptional. However this is made up for by the selection of cakes. Forget all diets those who enter here!.

Also worth mentioning is the free wi-fi. Really useful if your mobile doesn't work. The Guernsey cellular network is strange to say the least and your mobile MAY not connect.

Staff were friendly and enthusiastic.

Finally, if you like to walk there are exceptional cliff top walks from The Jerbourg.

Room Tip: Rooms at the front have the best views (they may all be front facing, I'm not sure).
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Karl G
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Reviewed 9 October 2013

Fantastic position with the most amazing views. Superior room was delightful, lovely patio. Food great variety and beautifully presented, however breakfast was not up to standard of evening meals.Very helpful staff.

Room Tip: Pay for a superior room,ideally on 1st floor
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Ukrwil1
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Reviewed 8 October 2013

Once you've got used to Guernsey driving (!) rules, this is an easy-to-find location (tip: take your SatNav, and set it once you're there to find your way back, it's easy to err with just a map). The hotel boasts a stunning location, and is excellent for just three stars - big bathroom, very clean, exceptionally polite staff, scrumptious breakfast .. and cakes / desserts to drool over. At this time (Oct/Nov '13), the 'Tennerfest' on the islands means getting a great 3-course dinner there at £15. Admittedly, we were blessed with a stunning October weekend, weather-wise, but if it's clear overnight (and you wake very, very early), look at the sky .. you may have thought you'd seen stars before, but ... !!
We were very sorry to miss a couple of breakfasts, making the early boat to Sark, and then having to fly back disgustingly early, but thank you, all at the Jerbourg Hotel, for your part in a magical introduction to the Islands !! (Room 18).

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank AD5362
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Reviewed 8 October 2013

I cannot say it is a bad hotel, however, there are few little things that add up into thinking twice or more before deciding to stay again.
First of all, if you are driving there (by a rented car, for example) - there is a narrowest road ever leading down there. It's hardly enough for one car, but there's traffic going both ways. So, not the most convenient location. Expect stopping several times on your way to let someone go past - extended travel time.
On the other hand, when you finally get there, there's a plenty of parking spaces and the seaside is just a stone-throw away.
Rooms are clean and tidy, I was lucky enough to observe the sea and the swimming pool from my window. There's WiFi, which worked brilliantly in my room (first floor). Breakfast is very limited and by monday morning some products clearly go bad (some fruits looked miserably out-of-date), however, it still is possible to find something tolerable and the dining area is nice.
The last but not the least - the value. Even though nothing about this hotel was exactly "terrible", I strongly feel there are other places offering just a little bit more for the same price - somewhere in St Peter's port, for example.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled on business
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3  Thank Schual
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