On the East Cliff overlooking the bay, this 5-storey, seafront hotel is 1.3 miles from Boscombe Pier.
The straightforward rooms all include en suite bathrooms, and have flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities.
The hotel offers a cosy bar with a sea-view terrace. There's also an outdoor pool, and guests have free access to the heated indoor pool, sauna, table tennis table and squash courts in the hotel next door.
Based in St Peter Port, Guersney a short walk to the coastal paths, it has a lovely restaurant and an indoor swimming pool and spa.
A 7-minute walk from Howard Davis Park, this bustling resort is a mile from the Jersey Museum and 2 miles from the Jersey Opera House.
The relaxed rooms have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities.
There are tennis courts and an outdoor pool and an indoor pool area with a waterslide and lazy river. The resort also has a fitness centre.
Thursday – We travel to Bournemouth for an overnight stay at our hotel, with a lunch break before arriving in the afternoon, giving you time to relax before your evening meal.
Friday – Travelling out to the island from Poole we board the Condor and then transfer on to our hotel, The Trelade Hotel. The hotel has many superb facilities which you can use throughout your holiday.
Our days on the island of Guernsey are days for you to enjoy and explore the many great attractions that Guernsey offers.
The Isles of Sark and Hern are only a short cruise away. Castle Cornet and its museums – The castle is over 800 years old. Within the grounds are five museums and four stunning period gardens. The firing of the noon day gun by scat clad gunners is a must see. Candie Gardens - The award-winning gardens were once part of a private estate, the Victorian gardens date back the late eighteenth century. Within the grounds are beautiful lawns, borders and fish ponds, not forgetting the impressive Victorian Bandstand. German Military Underground Hospital - The underground hospital was built out of the solid rock by slave workers who had been captured by the German forces. It was constructed during the occupation of the island during World War II. A truly eerie insight into the island at the time of occupation.
Saturday – Full island tour of Guernsey
Monday – Travelling out from the island of Guernsey we board the condor ferry to Jersey. To transfer to our hotel, The Merton Hotel St Helier. The hotel has many superb facilities which you can use throughout your holiday.
Thursday – We board the ferry to Poole, arriving at our hotel in Bournemouth for you to enjoy your evening meal and relax before starting our journey back the next day.
Friday – Travelling back from Bournemouth, with a lunch break enroute.