The Seascale Hotel & Restaurant is located in a superb location sheltered beneath the imposing ramparts of Mont Orgeuil Castle, overlooking the picturesque Gorey Harbour and the beaches of the Royal Bay of Grouville and beyond.
The restaurant is popular and well-renowned amongst locals. There is also a small bar adjoining the restaurant where you can enjoy a pre-dinner drink.
This is an ideal base for country and seashore walks and for many sporting activities.
B&B: from £33 per person per night. bed and breakfast
The hotels offers single, twin/double and family rooms. All rooms have recently been refurbished in a comtemporary style.
All guest rooms are en-suite with either private bath or shower and equipped with tea and coffee tray and television.
The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner with a table d’hôte menu and a Sunday menu. It is locally renowned for pizza but also offers more formal dishes and seafood specials.
Gorey's seafront promenade is on the hotel's doorstep and the Royal Golf Club in Grouville is only a five minute drive from the hotel.
All type of water sports are to be found on Grouville beach, including waterskiing, wakeboarding, ocean kayaking, banana boat rides and speed boat trips.
The Seascale doesn't provide any disabled access or rooms.
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