Staying in Alderney

Alderney truly is a very different and special place to visit with a great range of accommodation.  The following accommodation providers have been kind enough to offer special offers to ABO members.  However, if these don’t provide the why not try VisitAlderney and discover the wide range of options available.

You will need to contact the accommodation provider directly with your ABO membership number which will be issued to you by email soon after your completion of the online membership form (normally within 24hrs).

Please see the links below for any conditions which may apply:

Harbour Lights Hotel

hotelThis family owned hotel, situated 10 mins walk from town, 5 mins from Braye Harbour and 20 mins walk from the Observatory, offers guests an ideal location from which to explore the island and get involved in ABO activities.

The Harbour Lights offers all inclusive packages for ABO members, including breakfast, a packed lunch and 3 course dinner at very competitive prices.  Email: info@harbourlightsalderney.com quoting your ABO membership number.

Simerock Guest House

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A traditional family run B&B, Simerock offers very competitive prices and, with 6 rooms, can cater for groups as well as singles and couples.  Gill and Steve also supply packed lunches at a very competitive price. Situated just 3 mins walk from the centre of St. Anne and 25 mins (walking) from the Observatory.

ABO member’s discount is based on the advertised price in the current island brochure; we regret this is not available on special offers.

The Old Tearooms (self-catering) 

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A traditional 3 bedroom town house in the heart of St. Annes, this 250 year old building wears the unique heritage of the island on its sleeve (the kitchen is a converted WWII bunker!).

Sleeping up to 5, well-equipped and offering very competitive rates, The Old Tearooms is a great location for groups of between 2-5 to base themselves when coming to explore the island. It is 25min walk from the Observatory and, included with every booking, it offers a 2 hour guided tour of the island’s wildlife and heritage sites with a local specialist guide (normally offered during late-afternoon or evenings and by arrangement).

Accommodation across the island – (VisitAlderney accommodation)

One of the great advantages of Alderney and the ABO is whilst offering what we believe is one of the best locations to experience both migrations, and having some of the most important seabird populations in southern Britain, Alderney is also rich in facilities.

Whilst you are never more than 10 minutes walk from blissful isolation, be it on the cliff top heathlands, the pastures of the Blaye or coastal grasslands of Longis, Alderney also has a wide range of accommodation, restaurants, clubs and societies.  So when your not out in the open hunting for the latest arrival, you can relax and unwind.

To find out more about Alderney and what it has to offer go to VisitAlderney.