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Your home to explore Sark

Settle into Sark life with us

Sark is a magical island, with so much to see and do. Sue's B&B will be the perfect base for you to explore this unique car free island - by whether walking, by bike, by carriage or by sea! 

The Guille family have lived on the island for over 450 years, back to the first settlers of Sark and we love to share our knowledge of Sark!

You can relax in our award winning garden, and at night enjoy the stunning Sark 'Dark Skys' with our binoculars. 

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Our Rooms

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We offer four rooms in total, accommodating up to 7 people. All rooms are en suite and have all the essentials such as hairdryers and torches along with tea and coffee making facilities.

There is free WIFI available throughout the house, a guest sitting room books, games and a log fire. The sitting room opens to the garden.

Breakfast is served in the sunny veranda or in the garden

The two upstairs south facing rooms have sea views, the downstairs west facing room overlooks the garden and field behind.

All include a welcome Sark cream tea when you arrive and an incredible breakfast to keep you going all day. Our rooms are

  • Two extra king size double or twin bedded rooms

  • One king size family room with child’s bed.

  • One single bedroom

*Please note we can only accept bookings of 2 nights or more

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Sark

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​Sark is also proud to be the world's first 'Dark Sky' Island, offering spectacular star gazing throughout the year and the Goliout headland is a world recognised Ramsar site

​The Island's 22 mile coastline is a treasure trove of small coves, creeks, caves, inlets and bays, all teaming with sea life both above and below the water. The coast can be explored with Morgan by boat.

Sark is the ‘Crown Jewel’ of the Channel Islands

Nestled in between Guernsey and Jersey, 80 miles south of England and just 25 miles off the coast of France. The Island itself is 3 miles by 1.5 miles in size and can only be reached by boat.

​Sark offers a truly unique holiday experience for those wanting to escape the bright lights and noise of the city. A visit to our car-free island is like a step back in time and visitors are sure to be blown away by the stunning scenery, bays, coastal paths and cliff top views.

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Sark Boat Trips

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Morgan Guille runs a twice daily round island tour with his boat, the ‘Non Pareil’ - an original sark built boat.

Departing from the ‘Creux’ Harbour, the original fishing port on Sark we will take a leisurely two and a half hour trip around the Island, exploring the bays, coves and secret caves. In season you can see sea birds such as puffins, guillemots, razor-bills, cormorants and many others. There is also the chance of seeing some of Sark’s other sea life such as dolphins and seals, even basking sharks and sunfish.

We can run two trips daily, at 11am and 2pm weather dependent.