The Guille family have lived on the Island for over 450 years. George, who can trace his lineage back to the first settlers of Sark, offers daily boat trips around the Island on his traditional wooden Sark built boat Non Pareil. Sue runs the B & B and tends to their award winning garden, which guests can enjoy at their leisure during their stay.
Since Sue and George's children have flown the nest they now have two double or twin bedded en suite rooms, one king size en suite room and one single room with en suite available for guests to make themselves at home and guest sitting room with wood fire and opening out to the garden.
Televisions, books, games, torches and wifi are provided. The rooms have tea and coffee making facilities and hair dryers.
The two upstairs south facing rooms overlook the garden and sea beyond. Breakfast is served in the sunny veranda or in the garden.
Sue’s B&B has been given the Breakfast Award from the Quality In Tourism accreditation inspectors.