Braye Beach Hotel


Braye Beach Hotel


Braye Beach Hotel is a stylish boutique hotel on the edge of Alderney’s best sandy beach and close to the town of St Anne.


The outside bar and beach-side decked terraces have the wow factor, and offer drinks and light meals.

The brasserie has great views across the bay, and an extensive menu with plenty of local fish and seafood dishes, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Presentation, freshness and taste are equally important to the chefs. The Vaults is a cosy wine vault turned into a fine dining area. A newly refurbished bar, two cosy lounges and a private cinema (with blackout blinds) complete the picture. If you are the only guests using the cinema, take a glass of wine and select the film! There is a dreamy film-set quality to the hotel, and the beach-front setting appeals to both adults and families.


The 27 ensuite rooms are beautifully decorated in the New England beach chic style that so suits coastal hotels. The Platinum and Platinum Plus rooms have sea views. Gold and Platinum Plus rooms are slightly larger. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Enjoy complimentary sherry and fresh Alderney milk in your room, replenished daily.

• tea and coffee facilities • LCD TV • safe • hairdryer • robes and slippers • Wi-Fi

Room choices

  • Silver – Beachy feel rooms each with a modern en-suite bathroom. These rooms look out across the small quiet street below.
  • Gold – Slightly more spacious than Silver bedrooms, with the same beachy feel and views on to the quiet street below.
  • Platinum – These larger rooms come with impressive windows and views of the beach and the breakwater.
  • Platinum Plus – The largest of all the rooms at the hotel, with a seating area and views across Braye Beach. These rooms either have large windows or balconettes.


PRICING in Silver Room, Bed & Breakfast

Low season Mid season High season
3 Nights
7 Nights
£ 519
£ 831
£ 552
£ 908
£ 619
£ 1064
2021 Dates
1 Jan – 31 Mar
1 Nov – 23 Dec
1 Apr – 30 Apr
1 Oct – 31 Oct
1 May – 30 Sep

Prices above are per person (based on two adults sharing) with flights from Southampton to Alderney. Please call us for prices relating to single supplements, upgrading rooms and travelling from other points on the UK mainland. Please note the above prices should be used as a guide only.



How to get there

The simplest way to get to Alderney is by air.

By Plane – The island of Alderney can be reached with direct flights from either Southampton or Guernsey flying with Aurigny. The flight time is 45 minutes from Southampton and just 20 minutes from Guernsey. You can connect through either of these airports from most regional airports across the UK with Blue Islands and Aurigny.

By Ferry – The Little Ferry Company operates direct sailings between Alderney and Guernsey seven days a week. There are two crossings to choose from, one early in the morning and one late afternoon/early evening and each takes just one hour.

Top tips

  • Most people who visit Guernsey visit the islands of Sark and Herm for a day. However it is just as easy to make a day trip to Alderney too. Aurigny operate an early morning flight out and an early evening flight back from Guernsey, with just a 20 minute flight time. Alternatively there is also a daily ferry crossing which takes approximately an hour. We can pre-book this for you and recommend activities and places to eat for a short visit.
  • Should the weather not be the greatest during your stay the Braye Beach Hotel has an indoor private cinema – if you are the only visitors you get to choose the film!
  • Alderney boasts a nine hole golf course so don’t forget to bring your clubs – but please let us know so we can advise your airline/ferry company (additional charge may apply for golf club carriage)

When To Go

Summer (June-August) – The climate here is very similar to that of Northern France and can reach maximum highs of 25 degrees celsius, this is the season for swimming in the sea. However, due to its more isolated geographical position Alderney can experience more wind resulting in slightly cooler air temperatures than the other Channel Islands.

Autumn (September – November) – Autumn has become the season of festivals in Alderney, from Angling Festivals to Food and Drink festivals these months can be a fantastic time to visit. Autumn does experience the most rainfall and the average temperature drops to about 14 degrees celsius in October.

Winter (December – February) – Winter is low season in Alderney and the weather at this time of year can be wet and wild. This can make for fantastic storm watching, and you will find the island much quieter.

Spring (March – May) – Spring sees some of the lowest rainfall and with the island warming up towards the summer this is the perfect time for nature lovers and walkers to visit without the heat and larger numbers of tourists.