The Granary is located in the beautiful Quanteraine valley in St Pierre du Bois, a sleepy hamlet hidden down narrow country lanes.  (Click here to download directions as a PDF)


Most of the valley is owned by The Societe Guernesiaise or the Guernsey National Trust and maintained as a nature reserve  (The Silbe reserve).  Immediately opposite us is the National Trust's Moulin De Quanteraine, a restored water wheel, part of a property dating back nearly 500 years and a few minutes walk away are some of the best wild orchid fields in Britain.  


The beach is a 12 minute walk  through quiet lanes whilst a few minutes further will take you to the Fort Grey shipwreck museum, and the cafe at the Pearl Centre.  


St Peters "village" is a few minutes  drive away.  Here you will find a small supermarket, wine store, the Longfrie Inn (bar & pubgrub), doctors surgery, pharmacy, post office and church.  


The Imperial hotel (bar, pubgrub, and restaurant), L'Eree Hotel (bar, restaurant),  Taste of India (exellent Indian restaurant) and Kingfisher (fish and chip shop) are all on the coast within a 20-25 minute walk or short drive.

The Gallery below shows nearby scenes - all a short walk from The Granary.

Granary Self Catering-4
Moulin de Quanteraine
Rocquaine Regatta - every August
The west coast
Spring flowers
Silbe reserve
Wild orchids nearby
Portelet  Bay
moulin de quanteraine banner
Fort Grey - a short walk away
country lanes
frequent visitors
Lihou Island
country lanes 2
The Granary fields Aug 2016.jpg

Some pictures throughout this website are courtesy of VisitGuernsey - with thanks.