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Sark Horizons | BnB


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Yes, that's our house!

We're at the end of a tree lined lane, perched on top of the high cliffs above Saignie Bay. By following an easy path you will be at the spectacular 'Window in the Rock' and then down to Port du Moulin, an impressive pebble beach on the west coast, perfect for an afternoon or sunset swim. Our property is located minutes from La Seigneurie Gardens and the wonderful Hathaway's Restaurant.

You can relax in our expansive garden looking west over the sea towards Herm, Jethou and Guernsey or find 'The Hideaway', our hidden picnic area in the valley below. At night enjoy the stunning Sark 'Dark Skies' with our telescope. 

Our Rooms

Your Room

Have you ever dreamt of waking up in a place where all you can see is the HORIZON? With one of the most beautiful views of the coastline and with no other noises other than the sound of the birds?

We offer you a spacious and comfortable room with independent access from our large garden. The room features a seating area where you will find a mini fridge and tea and coffee making facilities for your included help yourself breakfast. It has an ensuite with a bath and shower as well as everything you may need to enjoy your stay on Sark!



Sark is a magical island, with so much to see and do! We have the perfect base for you to explore this unique car free island - whether by walking, by bike, by carriage or by sea! 

Nestled in between Guernsey and Jersey, 80 miles south of England and just 25 miles off the coast of France. The Island itself is 3 miles by 1.5 miles in size and can only be reached by boat.

​Sark offers a truly unique holiday experience for those wanting to escape the bright lights and noise of the city. A visit to our car-free island is like a step back in time and visitors are sure to be blown away by the stunning scenery, bays, coastal paths and cliff top views.

Sunset over the west coast of Sark

​Sark is also proud to be the world's first 'Dark Sky' Island, offering spectacular star gazing throughout the year and the Gouliot headland is a world recognised Ramsar site

​The Island's 22 mile coastline is a treasure trove of small coves, creeks, caves, inlets and bays, all teaming with sea life both above and below the water. The coast can be explored with Morgan by boat.

About Ana, Morgan & Mateo

Being from the island and owners of Sark Boat Trips - we can answer any question you may have and can provide plenty of tips of things to do and see during your stay. 

We hope you will feel at home too during your stay. We will be extremely happy to share our knowledge about the island to make it as suitable as possible for your needs.

Ana is also a Yoga teacher who teaches for the community at the Hall but she has her own private practice in one of the garden 'sheds' where she offers Yoga and breath work therapies.

Morgan's family have lived on the island for over 450 years, some of the first settlers of Sark and we love to share our knowledge of the Island!

Photo of the owners; Ana, Mateo and Morgan
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