Welcome to Herm

Herm Island is 3 miles from the coast of Guernsey and measures just a mile and a half long and half a mile wide. Herm is the perfect place to stay for a truly relaxing channel island holiday and is ideal for families and anyone wanting to "get away from it all". Once on our paradise island enjoy our beautiful unspoilt beaches and safe, clean pollution-free environment. There are no cars, no crowds and definitely no stress.

You can visit Herm for the day or, better still, choose to stay on the Island where we can offer a variety of accommodation designed to suit all tastes. You could opt to stay in one of our comfortable self catering cottages, allowing you to sample island life while still giving you the freedom to come and go as you please. You could choose to be pampered at The White House Hotel, the only hotel on the Island, where there are no telephones, televisions or clocks.

Enjoy well-appointed bedrooms, an excellent restaurant and outstanding sea views. Alternatively you can camp on Herm Island in one of our modern, well-equipped family size tents or choose to pitch your own tent. Our campsite boasts glorious views across to Sark and the French coast.


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Herm Fun Run 2014

Posted: 14:33, Monday 18 August 2014
The 2014 Herm run gets under way and Herm truckie Alex has time to smile for the camera

Last year’s winner, George Mason, was not able to run because of injury so there was an opportunity for someone else to have their name engraved on it.  This year the name on the trophy is Tristan Robilliard who won in 17:04.  The trophy that islanders compete for was won in a time of 18:57 by Jonathan Bailey who was also celebrating his 25th birthday.  During his teens Jonathan ran regularly for GIAAC but hasn’t competed in the Herm run since 2009 as he has had a break from running and keeps fit in other ways.  This is the 5th time that his name will appear on the trophy. 

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Geocaching in Herm

Posted: 17:33, Wednesday 06 August 2014
Dominic Le Page and Adam Noon geocaching July 2014 (1)

Herm isn’t missing out on this worldwide past-time and there are currently twenty-six caches hidden in locations around the island.  All of them are placed on public land.  A typical cache is a small waterproof container that holds a logbook where the geocacher enters the date they found it and signs it with their established code name.  The cache must then be placed back exactly where it was found.  Larger containers often contain items for trading, such as toys or souvenirs with little financial value.

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September Sunset Sailaway

Relax in style on Herm this Autumn

from £220 per person

Real Ale and Cider festival

Tue 09 Sep 2014 - Sun 14 Sep 2014
Enjoy some interesting, new and refreshing beers, ales and ciders at the second of 2014's festival at the Mermaid Tavern
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Yoga and well-being retreat

Fri 17 Oct 2014 - Sun 19 Oct 2014
A wonderfully relaxing retreat in the most relaxing place!
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