Hotel Bon Port
Tucked away at the end of one of St. Martin's picturesque country lanes, the Hotel Bon Port enjoys spectacular views of the South coast bays. It is no wonder Pierre Auguste Renoir chose this area to paint from in 1883. From the grounds of the Hotel Bon Port, Renoir painted some of his most famous paintings, mostly featuring Moulin Huet Bay and the Peastacks.
Walking is a popular activity for visitors and one of the best ways of experiencing the peace, beauty and tranquillity of Guernsey.
Hotel Bon Port is ideally centred within the nineteen miles of cliff paths which wander from St. Peter Port along the majestic cliffs to the rugged Pleinmont Point on the South West tip of the island. You may walk down to Moulin Huet and Petit Port beach, a very secluded beach that's really something special.
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