Adult Only, Romantic Retreat In St Peter Port, Guernsey
This late 18th Century Pre-Martello Loophole Tower No.15 has been lovingly restored by the National Trust of Guernsey, offering visitors a unique holiday retreat beside one of the most beautiful bays in Guernsey.
Bequeathed to the National Trust of Guernsey in 2002 by Percy Ferguson, the Fermain Tower is situated by the shore of Fermain Bay, one of Guernsey's most picturesque coastal settings.
To stay at Fermain Tower is to step away from the humdrum of daily life. Beautifully positioned and thoughtfully designed to enable visitors to spend time as they wish; walking the cliff paths, cooking, reading, writing, swimming, star-gazing, observing nature or simply having the space to recharge.
Arranged over three floors and a roof deck, Fermain Tower comprises a series of rooms and spaces connected by ladder-style steps, a circular staircase and an actual no-frills ladder, right up to the roof deck of the tower. Whatever the season or weather, the view over Fermain Bay is spectacular.
Get cooking with an electric hob, fridge and small sink or if you don't feel like cooking there is a beach cafe next door (open during the season) where you can grab a bite to eat and a glass of wine.
Outside listen to the waves crashing on the beach from one side or a gentle running stream on the other. All essential utensils and crockery are provided and a tea tray of teas, coffees, hot chocolate and local Guernsey biscuits to welcome you on arrival.