Bella Luce Hotel

St Martin
4

Bella Luce Hotel

St Martin
4

The Bella Luce Hotel is a boutique hotel, full of charm and character, set in an historic 16th century manor house, just minutes from Guernsey’s coastline.

Features


Originally a 16th century manor house, the hotel has been lovingly restored. The resident head chef joined Bella Luce after stints with some of the world’s top restaurants. With most of the produce grown within a mile of the hotel, the food is seasonal and innovative. In the winter, you can enjoy your meal in the candlelit Garden Room with roaring log fires, overlooking the courtyard garden. In the summer months, this atmospheric area is transformed into the perfect setting for al fresco dining, with French windows opening up onto the sun terrace. Sit back and relax in The Cellar with a glass of Wheadon’s Gin, produced in traditional copper stills at the Bella Luce. Relax and enjoy a wide range of therapies at the Bella Spa, with indulgent day programmes and individual treatments; perfect for couples.

Accommodation


Rooms are beautifully appointed and spacious. Bathrooms have either bath with shower or walk-in shower. Rooms are beautifully decorated and furnished, some with four poster beds. With soothing colour palettes and sumptuous interiors that combine, the accommodation is not only perfectly comfortable, but very romantic.

• Tea/coffee making facilities • LCD TV • Wi-Fi • hairdryer • robes • slippers • bottled water • Espa toiletries

Room choices


  • Classic Room – The Classic guest rooms are well appointed, offering everything that you need in order to relax and unwind, with a double or twin beds and en-suite bathroom.
  • Classic Luxury – The Classic Luxury guest rooms are larger than our Classic rooms and feature four posted beds and Parisian furniture.
  • Loft or Garden Luxury Room – The luxury suites are large spaces with super king-size beds and are situated in the oldest part of the property

Hotel Top Tips


  • This hotel is a delightful treat for couples wanting a quiet and romantic getaway. Book 4 nights or more and receive a complimentary ‘’Gintroduction’’ to the hotel’s very own artisan distillery and a tasting of Weadon’s gin.

Pricing


PRICING in Classic Room, Bed & Breakfast

Low season Mid season High season
3 Nights
7 Nights
£ 391
£ 721
£ 485
£ 756
£ 587
£ 978
2019 Dates
Applicable
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 Guernsey. 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.

Special Offers

Early booking offer
10% discount if booked by 28th February

Free night
Free night offers are available throughout the year; please contact us for further details

‘Gintroduction’
All bookings for four nights or more will receive a complimentary ‘gintroduction’ to the artisan distillery and a tasting of Wheadon’s gin

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Location

How to get there

By Plane – The island of Guernsey can be reached with direct flights from most major regional airports flying with the following airlines Aurigny, Easyjet and FlyBe. Flight time is as little as 45 minutes.

By Ferry – Condor Ferries operate a daily service throughout the year from Poole and Portsmouth to Guernsey. The fast ferry service from Poole takes approximately three hours whereas the conventional ferry from Portsmouth can take up to twelve hours. You can travel as foot passengers or take your vehicle on-board. You can even take your dog with you – they travel free in your vehicle or you will pay a small supplement as foot passengers.

For ease of travel, there really is no better way to get there. No luggage restrictions, easy check in and you sit back, relax and start your holiday as soon as you board. Seat upgrades are available.

Connecting to Sark and Herm – Guernsey also serves as a hub to get to its neighbouring islands of Sark and Herm and regular ferries operate from Guernsey Quay to both islands. The ferry to Sark operates up to five times daily and takes approximately 40 minutes. The ferry to Herm operates up to six times daily and takes approximately 45 minutes.

Top tips

  • For those looking for authentic and local dining why not enjoy a delicious seafood dinner at the Octopus Restaurant, overlooking St Peter Port.
  • Car parking is free in Guernsey but the majority of public car parks operate “Disc Zones” which define the amount of time you can park there. You will need to purchase a parking clock for a few pounds when you arrive to park in these car parks. Most garages and a number of retail outlets sell these.
  • Guernsey has a frequent bus network covering the whole island and connecting most visitor attractions via the most popular routes. A single fare of £1 applies to all journeys, including the around the island tour.

When To Go


Summer (June-August) – the island boasts some of the UK’s warmest weather and temperatures can reach a comfortable 21 degrees Celsius. This period is peak season and although the weather is favourable, costs and availability can be an issue.

Autumn (September-November) – September to mid-October can still attract some decent weather and it means you can enjoy the island when the tourists have all gone home. The sea temperatures tend to be at their warmest in September.

Winter (December-February) – Low Season. A season with unpredictable weather and very few tourists. Some properties, attractions and shops close during this period. That being said winter on Guernsey can still be enjoyable, with dramatic coastlines and cosy atmospheric pubs whilst taking advantage of the much lower prices at this time of year. However please bear in mind that travel to Guernsey at this time of the year can often be disrupted due to weather. This is also the best time for deserted beaches, coastal foraging, stormy photography and wild walks without another soul in sight.

Spring (March-May) – A lovely time to visit the island with spring flowers in bloom everywhere and the summer hoards of visitors have not yet arrived. Temperatures are starting to get balmy and a great time for walking the miles of nature trails on offer.