“Transported to La Sablonnerie by horse drawn carriage, you feel as if you're being sucked back in time, when everything moved at a much slower pace. That also appears to be the ethos here, where owner Elizabeth Perree considers her property an oasis of good living and courtesy. The twenty two bedrooms are all charmingly rustic in flavour, as befits the location, but the restaurant is the star of the show, with consistently good food much of it sourced from the owner's own gardens and farm.”
Written by Hotel Guru Staff Contributor
“La Sablonnerie is an hotel of rare quality situated in a time warp of simplicity on the tiny, idyllic Channel Island of Sark, where no motor cars are allowed and life ambles along at a peaceful, unhurried pace. The hotel has an enviable reputation for its superb food and wines; local butter, fresh cream, meat, fruit and vegetables which, where possible, are sourced from the hotel's own farm and gardens. The hotel accommodation is very clean and comfortable and totally geared to unhurried relaxation.
Of course being so close to the sea, freshly caught fish and famous Sark lobsters are popular specialities of the hotel. La Sablonnerie has been featured by the Which? hotel
guide as 'The place to stay in the Channel Islands', and also received the highly coveted award from Condé Nast Johansen - 'Small Hotel of the Year'.”