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Free Nights

All the free nights advertised throughout this website have to be completed within the date bands shown.

  • Al fresco dining in St Peter Port
  • Cream tea in Guernsey
  • Guernsey restaurant with al fresco diners

Tennerfest

1 October – 11 November 2018

Each year Guernsey chefs gear up for a phenomenal 6 week focus on food with the Tennerfest food festival. Hotels, restaurants, bistros, gastro pubs and cafés all take part in providing fixed price low cost menus showcasing the best of their cuisine. The sun may have set on summer but October and November are great months to visit the island, especially if you love your food.

Flight and Hotel Deals for Tennerfest

The following taster hotels offer great value with B&B, flight and hotel included. Many other regional airports available:

 

photo of Driftwood Inn, Guernsey

Driftwood Inn
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Every 3rd night FREE in Oct!
Gatwick from £209
Manchester from £229
Southampton from £239

photo of the Farmhouse, Guernsey

Farmhouse
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Every 3rd night FREE in Nov!
Gatwick from £225
Manchester from £245
Southampton from £255

photo of St Pierre Park, Guernsey

St Pierre Park
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Every 3rd night FREE in Nov!
Gatwick from £239
Manchester from £259
Southampton from £319

 

Menus and choices

Whereas Guernsey’s traditional cuisine has a distinctly Anglo-French approach, restaurants and eateries based on Chinese, Indian, Italian and other international flavours will be taking part in Tennerfest and offering their own particular specialities.

Menus are fixed from 3 courses for £10 per head to £12.50, £15, £17.50 and £20 options for anything from 2 to a 4 course menus. Over 200 restaurants took part last year, offering a vast range of mouthwatering dishes.

Guernsey specialities

Guernsey delicacies include a fantastic array of freshly caught local fish and seafood. However, some of the islands traditional dishes are also based on the fresh milk provided by the islands own Golden Guernsey cows with creamy sauces and cheeses a favourite. Guernsey’s orchards contribute to traditional Gâche mélée, a spicy apple based sweet cake whereas the islands greenhouses have usually been busy harbouring tomatoes, another island favourite.

Guernsey crabs

Chalk board menu

Bowl of Guernsey samphire grass

Visit Guernsey for Tennerfest

Although menus aren’t published until the last week of September, Tennerfest is a popular time to visit and many of the hotels we feature will be taking part. Take a look at our Events and Festivals page for more details on this year’s times and dates.

How to book

If Tennerfest looks like an appetising time to visit Guernsey then choose from our accommodation and flight options or special offers and packages which can all be booked online. For further help and advice use our web chat facility or call 01621 734555 to speak to one of our team.