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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) and Taste of India (exellent Indian restaurant)  are both 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.

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