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.

Le Hechet Guernsey Farmhouse Ice Cream

Guernsey cows are famed around the world, and islanders are rightfully proud of our dairy farmers. Le Hechet farm, run by Julian and Katherine Ogier, produces the fantastic Guernsey Farmhouse Ice Cream, and we caught up with Katherine at a summer show recently to ask about how she got into making Guernsey's favourite ice cream.

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Guernsey Beach Guide: An Interview with the Authors

Guernsey can boast of some truly stunning beaches, ranging from the broad dune-backed sands of the west coast to the cosy little coves of the south coast and everything in between. We caught up with the authors of the indispensable Guernsey Beach Guide to learn more about what makes Guernsey's beaches so special.

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Rocquaine Regatta

This favourite festival on the west coast dates back to 1910 and has been an annual event in Guernsey’s calendar since 1974. On Saturday August 6th the 2016 Regatta will be taking place, with the sea and sand hosting numerous fun activities that you can join in with or simply sit back and watch.

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Renoir's Moulin Huet

In the late summer of 1883 the famous French Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir visited Guernsey and produced about fifteen paintings of scenes on and around Moulin Huet, the beach just a short walk down the lane from the Bella Luce.

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Enjoy a Wheadon's & Tonic

Wheadon's Gin is produced in the atmospheric cellar lounge here at the Bella Luce Hotel, and it is now possible to enjoy a Wheadon's and tonic at the finest bars across Guernsey, or buy a bottle to take home with you.

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Guernsey's Costa Rican Coffee Connection

A cup of coffee to start the day is such a cornerstone of modern mornings that few of us ever stop to think about how we came to be drinking this brew made from tropical beans. If your coffee of choice is Costa Rican then you have a Guernseyman, William Le Lacheur, to thank.

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