There are numerous walks, dog-friendly hotels and pubs to make your Guernsey stay absolutely paw-fect for the whole family.
A short stroll away from the sandy beaches L’Aree, Portelet and Rocquine, these apartments are a firm favourite for dog-owners and families. The apartment complex includes free Wi-Fi, a swimming pool and a games room so, not only will your pets be happy, but you will be too!
Located on the west coast, Vazon Bay Apartments are open all year round and its proximity to the glorious beaches make it a watersports paradise. With the Vazon Bay only a stone’s throw away, you will be able to take your pet out for a wonder with incredible ease.
Situated in the quieter outskirts of the picturesque St Peter Port capital, the former Regency period residence holds a relaxed and informal atmosphere so you and your pet can feel right at home.
Its perfect beachside location in Torteval on the south-west of the island with breath-taking panoramic sea views over Lihou Island and Port Grey make the Imperial Hotel the perfect slice of heaven for you and your four-legged friend.
Named after a breed of internationally acclaimed Guernsey cow (not a garden flower as you would believe), the Fleur de Jardin is a shabby chique 17th century country inn, nestled inland in Castel for those perfect country walks and glorious views.
The only 5-star hotel on Guernsey, the Old Government House Hotel and Spa is a slice of luxury in a position of paradise with panoramic views over the beautiful St Peter Port Quay.
Fermain Beach Café overlooks the beautiful Fermain Bay (as you probably guessed), just south of the island’s capital. With an exceptional view and a varied menu with options ranging from fresh fish to cheesecake and an impressive gin collection, the Fermain Beach Café is a must-visit for you and your pets.
A traditional restaurant with exquisite French cuisine including local fish, freshly prepared salads and steaks. This, combined with glorious views over Castle Cornet and St Peter Port, make Octopus a popular place for people and pets.
Cobo Tea Rooms offers a beautiful beach terrace for the adults to enjoy a drink, and a small paddling pool for the kids to enjoy a dip. With menu options ranging from ciabattas, and you guessed it, fresh fish, there is something here for everyone.
Situated in the north east of the island in Vale, the Saltwater Restaurant and Hotel sit upon Beaucette Marina and overlook the neighbouring islands. Light, airy and an attractively decorated interior, mixed together with large portions and good beer, mean this place is a popular visit for many.
Perfectly nestled in the ground floor of a former coach house, the Copenhagen Restaurant has a rustic terrace where you can sit and relax to take in the marvellous views of St Peter Port and Castle Cornet.
Guernsey island offers a host of different terrains for you and your four-legged friends to explore. Check out Tasty Walks, a series of twenty self-guided walks around the island to showcase the best of what the island has to offer: its scenery and its locally sourced food.
Whether it’s the rugged cliff paths in the south, the glorious sandy beaches in the north or inland trails featuring historical landmarks, Guernsey has it all for you and your pets to explore. Choose your length and difficulty dependent on how active you are feeling and look forward to a lovely feast of Guernsey’s delicacies to reward yourself for all the hard work.