Alderney, the third largest of the Channel Islands, continues its investment in expanding its varied accommodation offering with the opening of The Adventurer’s Rest.
Sitting in the heart of St Anne, Alderney’s historic capital and only town, the hotel is a new concept for the island with its edgy, industrial interiors and individually appointed rooms.
One of the island’s larger hotels, The Adventurer’s Rest offers 20 generously-sized en-suite bedrooms including two suites, individually designed with contemporary and classic interiors and each with their own character. It also boasts a new public bar and restaurant, Chez Bar, as well as an Orangery and two al-fresco areas.
Alderney is part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, which also includes the islands of Herm and Sark, and lies 23 miles north east of Guernsey and eight miles off the coast of France. It is a 15 minute flight or an hour and a half boat ride from Guernsey.
Double rooms at The Adventurer’s Rest are priced at £70 per night, including breakfast based on two people sharing. For more information or to book, visit www.adventurersrest.co.uk