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Off the coast of Normandy is the beautiful island of Guernsey, the second largest of the Channel Islands. With easy access by both sea and air to the southern coast of England and the north coast of France as well as the other Channel Islands, Guernsey is a perfect tourist destination. The island was occupied by German troops during the Second World War but its history stretches back to before the Middle Ages. The currency is the Pound Sterling but, much like Scotland, Guernsey has its own banknotes and coinage.
Whether you want 5-star luxury or cheap Guernsey hotels you'll find something to suit any budget. When choosing a hotel in Guernsey have a think about the sort of holiday you want to have. If you want to make the most of Guernsey's beaches why not choose a smart boutique hotel near the beach. If it's the towns (including the capital, Saint Peter Port) you want to explore you could look in to cheap Guernsey hotels conveniently located for crashing at the end of a long day.
Guernsey has a temperate climate with mild winters and sunny summers. If you visit in the winter you are unlikely to see any snow (it rarely falls) and the summer is typically warmer than on the British mainland with temperatures occasionally reaching the 20°Cs in July and August. The island is served by Guernsey Airport and following your flight to Guernsey why not look into car hire from Guernsey Airport in order to see as much of the island as possible?