Just a mile and half long by half a mile wide, Herm Island is a true island paradise and only a 15 minute boat trip from Guernsey. If you are seeking an island holiday where beauty, comfort and relaxation come in the form of your very own piece of heaven then visit Herm and delight in its unspoilt beaches, safe, clean and pollution-free environment.
THE WHITE HOUSE HOTEL WAS
WINNER OF 'MOST LOVED' HOTEL
IN THE BRITISH ISLES
thebestof LOCAL & LOVED AWARDS 2015
Whether you want a first class stay or something more relaxed for a short break, weekend getaway, bed and breakfast or an extended holiday, Herm Island has it all.
The White House Hotel
With its variety of delightful rooms, cosy lounge, bar, award winning gardens, spectacular views, pool, and first class food and wine, The White House will not disappoint. Getting away from all the hustle and bustle and unwinding is all part of the charm and character of Herm so you won't find televisions, clocks or telephones interrupting your peace and quiet.
For a home from home and the best of all worlds, Herm's holiday cottages, apartments and pine log cabins are comortably furnished with well-equipped kitchens. Some have open fires and their own garden and most are fully centrally heated and double glazed. To add to your convenience there is a small grocery shop where you can pre-order your requirements to be delivered to your door on arrival.
For those who enjoy being at one with the outdoors, camping in Herm is available at the island central Seagull site where you can hire spacious, fully-equipped tents or pitch your own. The site has breath-taking views of Sark and France and is just a few minutes from the cliff path leading to Belvoir Bay. With its fantastic facilities including a modern shower block and on site warden, you can feel safe and enjoy your holiday.
Life from a fresh perspective
Wine & Dine
Herm Island hosts a selection of dining choices from a more formal environment at The White House Hotel's Conservatory Restaurant to a relaxed experience at the Ship Inn Brasserie or the Black Rock Grill at The Mermain Tavern. The island's beach cafes and harbour village snack bar offer a variety of sandwiches, hot and cold drinks which you can enjoy whilst sitting on your favourite beach.
The Conservatory Restaurant
This AA Rosette restaurant offers first class dining with stunning sea views across to Guernsey and is a prime location to witness glorious sunsets. The restaurant is proud to offer locally sourced fresh fish and shellfish wherever possible and has one of the most extensive wine lists in the Channel Islands.
The Ship Inn Brasserie
Open for breakfast, lunch and evening dinner, The Ship Inn is a popular restaurant whether you choose to sit outside enjoying drinks and lunch in the sun or snuggled up by the open fire in the colder weather. The Brasserie offers a wide selection of dishes including a children's menu and serves tea and coffee throughout the day with cakes and cream teas. In the afternoon you can also enjoy their speciality ice creams. With no dress or age restrictions and a relaxed, informal atmosphere, you are guaranteed a fabulous menu, with wines selected from cellars at excellent prices.
Black Rock Grill
A unique, delicious, healthy and interactive popular dining experience where your meal is presented cooking on volcanic rocks and served to your taste . Pre-booking is advised, dress is casual, families are welcome and a children's menu is available.
Get away from it all in Herm with no cars, no crowds and definitely no stress
Herm boasts a wide range of activities to enjoy whether you are visiting on a day trip or for a longer stay. These include gift shopping, Wine Tasting Weekends, Murder Mystery Weekends, Annette Henry Tours, Island Rib Voyages, kayaking, boat charters, walking, Herm Garden Tour, fishing, crabbing, rock pooling, swimming, snorkelling and clay pigeon shooting. Whatever your interests, you are guaranteed a fun time.
Weddings & Corporate Hospitality
The White House Hotel can cater for a wide range of corporate hospitality options including business meetings and lunches in the 'Hermetier' meeting room or a large marquee on the hotel lawns overlooking the sea. Alternatively The Mermain Tavern is perfect for casual social club outings. Whatever the occasion, Herm is the perfect setting.
Herm Trident Ferry
Sails daily from St Peter Port Harbour in Guernsey usually from Cambridge Steps but depending on tides can also depart from either Weighbridge or Inter Island Quay.
Check the Herm website for up to date Ferry Timetables.
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We stayed in Herm over Christmas, special thanks goes out to the Mermaid and especially Michelle and Rachel and all the team. Food was brilliant, nothing was too much trouble, if they could help they did!...
Despite other reviews, the singing barmaids were welcoming and harmonious! The Mermaid is a place to go if you want to relax, unwind and enjoy real family time. Always very welcoming with good food and...
We had three fantastic nights culminating with my 70th birthday, Niall the new chef this year is good had some superb food on all the nights especially on my birthday, adore Foie Gras had it on the Tuesday...
Luckily Guernsey is COVID 19 free and as a result we can visit other islands in the Bailiwick including Herm. Just enjoyed a 2 night last minute break. Lovely sea view room in the hotel, fantastic staff...
Perfect, unspoilt, beautiful. A few wooden steps to access off the cliff path on the east of the island, unlike Shell Beach which is level. Easy reach from campsite. Great swimming and sandy beach.