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Guernsey and the Bella Luce have so much to offer, whatever time of year you visit us; from fantastic food and drink through to island hopping adventures, wildlife watching, fascinating historical sites and artisan producers.  Experience Guernsey like a local with us.


In Conversation with the Bella Luce's Head Chef Simon Mckenzie

Every plate of food served here at the Bella Luce is the result of a huge team effort, and the man that leads that team is two-times Channel Island Chef of the Year, Simon Mckenzie. We sat down with the Bella's Head Chef to find out about his food philosophy, and what he has planned for diners here.

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Local Artisan Producers: Rocquette Cider

Guernsey has a centuries old connection with apples and cider which has been re-established in recent years by Rocquette Cider, produced by James Meller and his family on their farm in the Fauxquets Valley using apples from their own orchards and collected through a local apple swap scheme.

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Reared Dinner: Celebrating Guernsey's Great Produce

On the evening of Saturday 19th August, we welcomed diners to the Bella Luce for a very special Food Festival Dinner with Wheadon's Gin and Taste Guernsey.

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Recipe: There’s More to the Mojito

If you’re after something to sip poolside this summer, then the classic Cuban Mojito will likely be high on your list. Like many great cocktails the origins of the Mojito are hazy, full of folklore, and often contested. Here's how we mix ours behind the bar at the Bella Luce.

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Walk Around Herm

Herm is one of Guernsey's sister islands to the east, just a twenty minute ferry journey from St Peter Port. At a mile-and-a-half long and less than half a mile wide it is the perfect destination for a day trip and visitors can easily walk a circuit around Herm, which has a lovely variety of landscapes for such a small island.

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Local Artisan Producers: Raymond Evison’s Guernsey Clematis Nursery

If you purchase a clematis plant from a garden centre in the UK, then there is around a 40-50% chance that it started life at Raymond Evison’s Guernsey Clematis Nursery. From this nursery in St Sampson some of the finest clematis in the world are created, produced and shipped to garden centres in the UK, Europe and North America.

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