Hotels for Your Cruises Stop in the Channel Islands
If you are taking a short ocean holiday around the UK and Ireland, chances are that you will be making a stopover on the remarkable Channel Islands. These islands are sandwiched between Britain and France and have a very interesting history as well as some amazing scenery that will make your visit well worth it. Whether you set foot in Jersey or Guernsey, you will not be disappointed by the hospitable people, the beautiful landscapes, or the fabulous accommodation. Take a look at the many cruises being operated around the UK if you are interested in paying a visit to these unique islands. If your ocean journey takes you to the city of Saint Peter Port on the Isle of Guernsey, you will definitely not regret seeing this, the most beautiful town in the Channel Islands. After stepping off your luxury ocean liner, you will be able to visit the city’s churches, parks, and shopping districts. If you are on one of the many cruises which stop in Saint Peter Port for more than a day, you will need to find a place to stay at one of the many great hotels on the island.
Royal Promenade shopping mall
There are many high-rating hotels all within a short walk of the city centre from which you can get to and from your ship with ease. Just ask the guides onboard your ocean liner on what sights they would recommend and whether they know of any places to stay at. Cruises always train their staff to be knowledgeable about the ports that they stop at, so you should be able to get some good information whilst onboard. The range of accommodation close to the city is staggering too, from hotels, to hostels, and self-catered cottages. If you are sick of sleeping confined to your ship’s cabin, one of these cottages will be a welcome relief as they have many rooms as well as balconies overlooking scenic gardens or even the city itself. If you are looking for something else to do in Saint Peter Port while your cruises are docked at the pier, why not go shopping?
Sailing off Scarborough
The shopping scene in this city is well-known throughout the region for its cheaper deals and wide variety of shops. Just be careful not to buy too much at the city’s low duty shops, small boutiques, or antique dealers as you may not be able to fit it all in your cabin when you return to your ocean vessel. If you will be going on a voyage around Britain, and you will be stopping in Saint Peter Port and other fantastic locations around the Channel Islands, you have gotten yourself a great deal. These types of cruises will let you visit these spectacular but rarely visited islands. Step off the tourist trail by grabbing a cabin on a luxury ocean liner and booking yourself a self-catered cottage in Saint Peter Port. It will be a holiday that will show you something new and offer you a great mix of culture, history, nature, and fun!