The Isle of Guernsey
Guernsey offers a unique cultural history, stunning surroundings and a haven for foodies.
It’s a blend of England and France, with the picturesque harbour town of St Peter Port providing the perfect atmosphere for staging literary events.
Discovered by writers like Victor Hugo and Mervyn Peake, the Bailiwick of Guernsey's beauty and prosperity make it a desirable travel destination. Idyllic beaches, superb cliff walks and award-winning restaurants serving local seafood mean that a visit to our islands – even during the Literary Festival - is not just a book thing.
For places to stay try one of our partners:
- Albany Self Catering
- Hotel Ziggurat
- Les Cotils
- The Old Government House Hotel & Spa
- Duke of Richmond
For more information on Guernsey: Visit Guernsey
How do I get to Guernsey
Our local airline, Aurigny, flies from Bristol, East Midlands, Jersey, London City, London Gatwick, Manchester and Stansted.
See www.aurigny.com for full timetables and booking.
Flybe flies to Guernsey directly from Jersey and Southampton.
See www.flybe.com for full timetables and booking.
Condor ferries sail from Poole, Jersey, St Malo and Portsmouth. See www.condorferries.com for more information.
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