Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Check out child friendly places to eat here in Guernsey. While your staying at the Albany Apartments....

With the Easter Holidays, places to eat with your children.

Crabby Jack's
Located on Guernsey's west coast, across the road from the beach at the northern end of Vazon Bay, is Crabby Jack's Restaurant. What makes this a great venue for families? Its location is great for making the most of a whole day out, simply walk up to the restaurant after a fun day out on the beach and let the kids enjoy themselves in the newly built playground, complete with safety flooring. The main menu and children's menu both offer delicious food to make sure everyone has a great end to their day of fun. Take it one step further, choose a table on the roof terrace and take in the stunning views of Guernsey's west coast, or watch the sun set over the horizon.

The Longfrie Inn
Set in the rural parish of St Pierre du Bois, The Longfrie Inn has been a long-time favourite of local families and holidaymakers alike. As well as providing guest accommodation, the Longfrie offers top quality dining, a peaceful beer garden, and The Fun Factory, an indoor soft play area for kids. Let the children have all the fun in the world, whilst you sun yourself in the garden before sharing a fantastic meal as a family. With plenty of parking and affordable prices, you can't go wrong with a family visit to The Longfrie Inn.
The Pony
Located in St Sampson's parish, The Pony is particularly handy if you are coming off a visit to L'Ancresse Common or one of the northern beaches. Plenty of parking, affordable prices, and an indoor play area for the kids make Olivers a classic family bar meal venue. Why not turn up on a Sunday lunchtime for a fantastic family Sunday roast meal?
The Beach House
Overlooking the sandy beach of Pembroke Bay on Guernsey's northern shore is The Beach House. Being set only a matter of metres off the beach makes for some fantastic views, and of course the ideal place for a spot of refreshment after a long, hot day on the beach, simply walk up the stairs or slipway and you are already there. Available for sit down meals or takeaways, the main and children menus are guaranteed to please and cap off a great day at the beach.

The Terrace Garden Café
For the more urban centric family, The Terrace Garden Café is set in the middle of St Peter Port, merely a two-minute walk off the high street. With indoor seating options, as well as its famous outdoor area, the Terrace offers traditional English cuisine on its menu, as well as specialising in Thai dining, making it perfect for today's modern, cosmopolitan families.

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