Places of Interest:

Places of Interest:

Saumarez Park

Camellias and magnolias often grow to be huge in Guernsey, not least in the public gardens of Saumarez Park. Its exotic species were originally planted by a Guernsey diplomat who had served as the British Ambassador to Japan. A nature trail links the park with nearby Cobo Bay, making it a great destination for a picnic and a walk with the family. Saumarez Park is one of the island’s main social venues and is centrally located in the parish of Castel. The largest public park in Guernsey, it is very popular with families, with many facilities for young and old, including The National Trust of Guernsey’s Folk and Costume Museum, a café and children’s playground, large open grass lawns, and a duck pond. 




The Victorian Walled Kitchen Garden
Situated within Saumarez Park



Unrivalled Talent In Design And Artistry Sets Catherine Best Far Beyond Her Contemporaries. Each Piece Is Born From A Love Of Jewellery And Decades Of Experience As A Master Craftswoman, In 2012 Catherine Was Accepted As A Fellow Of The Institute Of Professional Goldsmiths, A Prestigious Accolade Reserved Only For Those Who Practice Their Craft To The Highest Standards Of Excellence.
Here You See Not Just The Finished Work But See The Designers At Work In Front Of Your Very Own Eyes, Then Maybe Treat Yourself To A Memento Of Your Visit To Catherine Best’s In Guernsey


The Little Chapel
Is A Small Chapel In Saint Andrew’s Parish, Guernsey, Situated In Les Vauxbelets. It Was Created In July, 1914, By Brother Déodat, He Planned To Create A Miniature Version Of The Grotto And Basilica At Lourdes, The Rosary Basilica. It Has Been Said That It “Is The Smallest Functioning Chapel In Europe, If Not The World”, And It Is “Believed To Be The World’s Smallest Consecrated Church.
“They Say Visiting Guernsey And Not Seeing The Little Chapel Would Be Like Got To Paris And Not Seeing The Eiffel Tower Or Egypt And Not Visiting The Pyramids!”


German Battery Dolmen Gun-Site

 One Of Many Remains From The German   Occupation 1940 To 1945   


The German Occupation Museum