Called in with my son in law to spend a most enjoyable hour having a whisky. The bar in keeping with the whole hotel is very stylish and refined. A lovely place to relax.
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Staff recommend you eat in St Peter Port, this is not satisfactory when you complain about the meal.What are you supposed to do when it rains ?
We stayed at the OGH and decided to have our evening meals at a selection of restaurants, but the highlight for me had to be our meal in The Brasserie at OGH. As a vegetarian my choice is often either limited or not very exciting....More
When visiting Guernsey we virtually always pre-book lunch at OGH. It was Tennerfest time so we both chose from that menu and the food, as always, was excellent. We book in the conservatory which has been refurnished since we were last there and it is...More
Food is excellent with some interesting interpretations of classic dishes, Staff superbly attentive and very helpful. We ate from the Tennerfest menu which offers great choice BUT, vegetables to accompany the meal cost extra, a glass of wine is around £9 or more and pre...More
Dined at the Brasserie on a Sunday evening having made a reservation the day before. I was the first to arrive at 6.30pm. A complimentary appetiser of smoked sea bass with parsnip cream and Parmesan crisp arrived unexpectedly at the table along with some fresh...More
Great proffesionaly run hotel and restaurant. Fabulous food great service, wonderful decor. The who experience makes you feel very special. We always try to visit each time we return to Guernsey.
My Wife and I stayed at the hotel for three nights and had a most pleasant time indeed. For two evenings we had dinner and all courses and wines were delicious! You can forget about dining in town. Not worth the effort, when you have...More