Where to stay on Herm

Walking on Herm is idyllic at the best of times, especially the coast path. Inland all grass tracks lined with pink dog roses, honeysuckle, fuschias and foxglove lead ultimately to the centre of the island, Manor Village, a lovely stone hamlet with a chapel, farm and ‘power station’. St Tugual’s Chapel has fine stained-glass windows featuring scenes including Guernsey cows boarding Noah’s Ark and Jesus talking to the fishermen at Herm Harbour. The other buildings are a mix of islanders’ homes and Herm’s self-catering holiday accommodation.