It has a full range of facilities and an award-winning restaurant and bar. Privately owned and managed, it is operated with great energy and passion and has worked hard to develop an unmatched pedigree of hospitality and service and has been welcoming guests since 1969.
FUN FACT: Before the quarry closed commercially in 1930s, its immensely hard and attractive blue diorite granite stone was prized by architects and actually used for the steps for London's St Paul's Cathedral.
A change in the law in Guernsey means the island can now welcome campervans and motorhomes so we are able to share our fabulous views with even more visitors.
Guernsey sits in the English Channel, less than 100 miles from the UK south coast, and is served by regular scheduled air and sea crossings. It is English speaking, passports are not needed if you are travelling from the UK or the Republic of Ireland and the currency is £ Sterling.
A high-speed car ferry operates to the islands from Poole in Dorset and the crossing takes under three hours. In addition, a conventional roll on-roll off ship crosses in all weathers from Portsmouth.
We welcome all campers and motorhomes not exceeding 2.3m width (excluding mirrors and indicators) and with a maximum length of 6.9m.
No, UK Sterling is accepted in all shops and outlets, along with most credit and debit cards. Guernsey does issue its own Sterling currency notes, however, which are not legal tender in the UK so you need to change them before going back home.
Yes, but we provide that for you to comply with local authority regulations free of charge when you have booked with us. Please remember to display it on your vehicle at all times when you leave the site.
The island authorities do not impose VAT or other goods or services taxes and many items are cheaper than in the UK. You can also take duty-free alcohol and tobacco home with you through the ferry operator or airlines although there are limits on quantities.