Open all year, the El Tabora Guest House is a homely and comfortable guest house situated in St. Peter Port, one minutes walk from the bus stops on the main island bus routes and fifteen minutes walk from town. It is also close to the Beau Sejour Leisure Centre.
All bedrooms are tastefully decorated and each has hot and cold running water, central heating, tea and coffee making facilities, a television, wi-fi and a shaver point. All bathrooms are shared and have a bath and/or a shower. A telephone, ironing facilities, a garden, and parking are also available for the use of guests.
The prices of the rooms includes an English or continental breakfast. From April to September, a double or twin room is GBP 34 per person per night (so GBP 68 per night in total) for 2 people, and a small supplement may be charged for single occupancy. Single rooms are GBP 34 per night. Note that one night stays may attract a small additional charge, and discounted rates may be available for longer term stays.
To book a room, please either use the online booking calendar above or contact us directly by calling 01481 721341 or emailing email@example.com. Note that on occasion not all of our available rooms are shown online, so it is worth checking by telephone or email, if the booking chart is full.
With its mild weather and seaside setting, holidays to Guernsey are incredibly popular. The bailiwick encompasses the main island of Guernsey as well as the smaller islands of Alderney and Burhou, Herm and Jethou, Sark, Little Sark and Brecqhou. Tourism is well developed on the islands and arranging trips to the attractions is easy.
The main gateway to the group of islands is the capital of Guernsey, Saint Peter Port. The town still has the character of a traditional fishing village, with narrow streets and slopes overlooking the sea. It is also the site of the historic Castle Cornet, the main landmark of Guernsey Island.
Also on Guernsey Island is the parish of Saint Martin. Here, visitors can visit the parish's beaches and explore the coastline through beautiful walks around Moulin Huet and Petit Bot Bay.
In the western part of Guernsey, in the parish of Saint Pierre du Bois, lies Rocquaine Bay. It has a couple of good beaches and is home to the Fort Grey Maritime Museum, which features the shipwrecks of the Channel Islands as well as its naval history. At low tide, visitors can easily access Lihou Island from the bay via a causeway.
The beaches on Guernsey island are some of the cleanest in the British Isles. There are a total of 27 to choose from, ranging from long expanses of golden sand that just perfect for running along or building a sandcastle to small coves that offer the perfect relaxing spot to lose yourself with a good book. Whether you want to swim, rock-pool, paddle or play, there are beaches all around the island, so check the wind direction and selection the most sheltered beaches for that day.
The other bailiwick island of Alderney is a popular destination as well. Aside from the stunning wide open countryside, Alderney has a high number of pubs for its size. It is also the premier destination for e-gaming in the bailiwick.
The car-less island of Sark, also called Sercq or Cerq, has a number of visitor attractions worth seeing. Aside from the spectacular and rugged natural surroundings, Sark features La Seigneurie Gardens, with their beautiful grounds located around a 17th century manor.