Hire a deckchair and spend the day relaxing on Shell Beach or Belvoir Bay with a freshly made sandwich or Herm ice cream from one of the beach café’s.
Have a restorative pint at The Mermaid Tavern which offers a range of hot and cold meals from its courtyard menu which includes a special children’s menu.
Perhaps have a seafood lunch at the two rosette Conservatory restaurant at the White House Hotel looking across manicured lawns to the sea just yards away. If you would like something a little more relaxed, try the Ship Inn Brasserie for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Spend time browsing in Herm’s gift shops. Set in a Mediterranean style piazza the shops are an Aladdin’s cave of interesting and good value items. From postcards to chocolates, beach goods, jewellery and clothes you are sure to find a gift or souvenir to please.
Get a map and explore the island and its history. Visit the tiny 11th century chapel with its beautiful stained glass windows commissioned by Peter and Jenny Wood. Discover Neolithic tombs, oxen shoeing stocks that date back to the residency of Trappist monks in the 1800’s and one of the smallest prisons in the world.
Herm is an island of infinite possibilities. Swim, sunbathe, eat, relax, walk and discover an island that you will want or return to again and again.