We share our most delicious cocktails, much-loved recipes and favourite foodie destinations, as well as take you behind the scenes of our exquisite dining venues
We have an exquisite menu planned for Valentine's Day, including a glass of pink Champagne on arrival.
Enjoy a lazy Sunday lunch, take a cocktail masterclass in our Leopard Bar, or embark on a gin or whisky tasting journey.
Master this Christmas time classic with a delectable and foolproof recipe from the pastry team at the Duke of Richmond.
17th October 2018
With the new Leopard Bar now opened at The Rubens at the Palace, here are six of the best feline-inspired hotspots in which to celebrate this perennially chic print.
25th May 2018
Kids can now join the chef to decorate their own cupcakes.
30th November 2017
Here's our guide to the best of Guernsey's local delicacies, and where to find them.
19th June 2017
Home to a wonderful array of fresh fruit, vegetables, fruity jams, spiced chutneys and other artisanal produce, landing on Guernsey can feel a little like walking into Eden’s pantry. And to celebrate the island’s fruitfulness (alongside the islanders’ foodie ingenuity), food markets pop up like molehills – everywhere! If you fancy trying some of the
30th January 2017
The Channel Islands undoubtedly have their own distinct landscape and cultural identity that makes them especially intriguing to explore. On Guernsey, the heritage that’s so evident within St Peter Port and along the island’s rugged shores reflects this archipelago’s tumultuous history. But it’s the culinary scene that really makes this island stand out, with a
31st March 2016
In its prime position overlooking the harbour town of St Peter Port, The Duke of Richmond sits on the very spot Guernsey’s oldest hotel was situated, and to this day the hotel reflects these historic origins, while bringing it up-to-date with its stylish interiors. But it’s not just the history that gives the Duke of
18th March 2016
© VisitGuernsey.com The charming Island of Guernsey is a foodie’s paradise. With its pristine farmlands, the unique Guernsey cattle and abundance of fresh seafood, Islanders and visitors are spoiled for choice with quality local produce. This September the Bailiwick will be celebrating its culinary heritage by hosting its first International Food Festival!
10th August 2015