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Colliers International is marketing a luxury Guernsey clifftop hotel, for offers in the region of £9 million

Set in 3.35 acres on a beautiful, cliff top position the property enjoys stunning views out to sea encompassing the neighboring islands of Herm, Sark and Jersey, and even France on a clear day.

The hotel features 45 boutique bedrooms, fabulous public areas (including some of the island’s finest restaurants); an indoor swimming pool; a large alfresco terrace with stunning sea views; a private cinema and modern events room. Aside from the trading areas, the sale also includes a 3-bedroom cottage and 54 staff bedrooms spread across onsite and nearby properties. 

The hotel’s eponymous Valley (with direct access to Guernsey’s infamous cliff paths) leads down to the stunning Fermain Bay, a tucked-away pebble beach, that remains quiet and uncrowded throughout the year.

Guernsey is an ever popular destination, with annual staying visitors estimated around 415,000 and total visitor spend of circa £250 million. The Fermain Valley Hotel is a great base to explore the island’s abundance of attractions and stunning coastline.

Paul Barrasford, a director in the Hotels Agency team at Colliers International, commented: “This is a rare opportunity to aquire a hotel and associated properties in one of the island’s most picturesque locations. The hotel’s product offering is fantastic and supports an impressive trading performance, whilst the array of ancillary properties offers significant development potential. We expect to receive a substantial level of interest in this exciting opportunity.”

Tim Coates, Commercial Director of owner’s Vista Hotels Group, added: “The boutique property is in undeniably one of Guernsey’s most picturesque locations, within a short drive of both the airport and main town St Peter Hotel. The Fermain Valley has as an enviable reputation for some of the best food & beverage offerings and quality of service on island. The hotel offers a complete booking solution with ATOL licence able to book flights and hotel to ensure it yields some of the island’s highest occupancy and yields.”