What time is check in / out?
Check in is available from 14:00hrs on the day you arrive, you may request an early check in at the time of booking. We will do our best to accommodate your request.
Please be ready to leave the room by 11:00am
Do you have WIFI?
All hotels and luxury cottages have complimentary wifi for your convenience
Can I arrange a gift voucher?
Yes. Please contact the hotel directly
How do I get to Sark?
Please see our dedicated ‘How to Get to Sark’ page for further information
How will I get my luggage from the Harbour to my Sark Estate accommodation?
The Sark Estate uses Island Deliveries for all its carting requirements. Carting labels can be collected from the Isle of Sark Shipping Company’s ticket office in Guernsey. Please ensure that your personal details are added as well as which hotel or luxury cottage you are staying and the carters in Sark will collect from the ferry and deliver to your accommodation.
How do I get to La Moinerie Village from the harbour?
La Moinerie Village is approximately 10-15 minutes’ walk from the top of the harbour hill. Please walk through the tunnel once you get off the ferry and the bus, also known locally as the toast rack, will be waiting to take you to the top of the Harbour Hill for £1.50 an adult.
On arrival at the top of the harbour hill, please head west across La Collinette, where you will find horse and carriages waiting for fares in the mornings, and straight down the Avenue. At the end of the Avenue, just past the gold post-box, please turn right heading towards St Peter’s Church. Past the church, you will come to a crossroads; head straight across, heading north. You will pass the Medical Centre on your right and the Island Hall and School on your left; keep going until you take a left turn at La Moinerie Gate also taking you past the island’s Community Dairy. At the end of this lane, turn right and keep walking until you reach La Moinerie Village.
How do I get to the Dixcart Hotel from the harbour?
The Dixcart Hotel is approximately 10-15 minutes’ walk from the top of the harbour hill. Please walk through the tunnel once you get off the ferry and the bus, also known locally as the toast rack, will be waiting to take you to the top of the harbour hill for £1.50 an adult.
On arrival at the top of the hill, please head west across la Collinette, where you will find horse and carriages waiting for fares in the mornings, and straight down the avenue, sark’s principal thoroughfare. Please continue along past Sark’s post office to your right and follow the road around the bend to the left then immediate right where you will see a turning to your left which will take you through the meadows, past stocks hotel with a right turn up a small incline, then immediate left turn, you will find yourself at the Dixcart Hotel.
How do I get to La Petite Valette from the harbour?
La Petite Valette is less than 10 minutes’ walk from the top of the harbour hill. Please walk through the tunnel once you get off the ferry and the bus, also known locally as the toast rack, will be waiting to take you to the top of the Harbour Hill for £1.50 an adult.
On arrival at the top of the hill, please return down the Harbour Hill only part of the way where you will see the timber clad property upwards led by several steps. On the descent of the hill, this is on your left and before you reach the quarry.
Is the La Moinerie Village restaurant open?
La Moinerie village serves a continental breakfast only to its guests. The Friar Tuck Tavern on site has a range of bar snacks. For lunch and dinner reservations please contact the hotel directly, who will be happy to recommend or make a reservation on your behalf. We strongly recommend you make bookings ahead of time for all meals on the island.
Is the Dixcart Hotel restaurant open?
Hugo’s Brasserie is now open to serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. All guests and non-guests are welcome. Booking in advance is recommended.
Can I bring my dog?
Dogs are welcomed in both the Classic and Superior lodge accommodation at La Moinerie Village. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate dogs in The Dixcart Hotel or the Farmhouse rooms. There is a small additional cleaning fee for dogs within these lodges.
Horse & Carriages
Take a leisurely tour around Sark on a horse drawn carriage. Sit back and listen to the driver tell you about the island’s history and the way we live. Looking above the banks and verges you get a great view. Carriages vary in sizes but the largest carries 10 people and unless you wish to book a private carriage ride, you can generally choose a 1 hour or 2-hour tour. It is better to book your carriage in advance, particularly during the busy summer months. Otherwise, the carriages tend to be waiting for customers when the ferries arrive in the morning, and it would be better to arrange a ride directly with the drivers as soon as you get off the tractor bus following your arrival.
The waiting area for the carriages lies at the top of Harbour Hill, just a very short walk up from the Bel Air Inn and where the tractor bus drops you off.
Michelle Perrée - 07781 400447
Philip Perrée - 07781 106058
Stocks Hotel - 01481 832001
Danny Wakley - 07781 113386
Where can I rent a bike on Sark?
There are 3 bicycle rentals on Sark. Please contact the hotel directly for us to arrange this for you.
Bam’s Bikes – 07781 112775 / email@example.com / bamsbikes.com
01481 832844 / firstname.lastname@example.org / atobcycles.com
01481 832102 / email@example.com / avenuecyclessark.com
Which beaches should I visit on my trip to Sark?
How to get there: Located to the south of the Island; taking a left at the top of harbour hill follow the signs through Dixcart Woods down to Dixcart Bay. Dixcart Bay is a pebbly beach on high water with sand appearing on low water. Good for swimming on both high and low water.
How to get there: Located to the south of the Island; taking a left at the top of harbour hill follow the signs across the headland to Derrible Bay. This sandy beach is quite a steep climb down and is only accessible at low water.
How to get there: Follow the path to the bottom of harbour hill. Take a right at the bottom of the hill through the tunnel to the harbour. Creux Harbour is a pebbly beach located to the right hand side or you could just sit on the wall and watch the boats go by. Good at high water as you can jump from the wall.
How to get there: Located at the north of the island with stunning view of Alderney, France, and the rest of the Bailiwick. Follow signs past the Island Hall down the hill to the Eperquerie Common. Follow the footpath to the pebbly beach & man-made rock pool with your nets.
Port a la Jument
How to get there: Go past the Island Hall & taking a left after La Seigneurie Gardens towards the Window in the Rock. Follow the footpath & signs through the wood and down to the pebbly beach. Good for swimming at high water.
How to get there: A natural swimming pool. Go to the end of Little Sark and follow signs round to the headland. There are small piles of stones down the side of the cliff. Follow these down and round the corner to the left. This pool is only there at low tide and is good for swimming.
What food shops are available on the island?
Food Stop - 01481 832660, firstname.lastname@example.org
Food Stop is open daily; please call for opening times.
Mon Plaisir Stores - 01481 832600 / email@example.com
Mon Plaisir Stores is open daily; please call for opening times.
The Gallery Stores – 01481 832078
The Gallery Stores are open from 08.30 until 17.00 Monday to Saturday.
What Restaurants, Bars, Bistros and Cafe’s are on the island?
Bel Air Inn
01481 832052 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Caragh’s Chocolates Kitchen
01481 832703 / www.caraghchocolates.com
Fleur du Jardin Tea Gardens
Hathaway’s Restaurant at La Seigneurie Gardens
01481 832209 / 07781 119640 / email@example.com / hathawayssark.com
La Sablonnerie Hotel & Tea Gardens
01481 832061 / firstname.lastname@example.org / sablonneriesark.com
01481 832302 / email@example.com / nicoles.sark.gg
The Bon Marin Café & Captain’s Bar
01481 832666 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Poolside Bistro at Stocks Hotel
01481 832001 / email@example.com / stockhotel.com
Time & Tide Restaurant – 01481 833006 / time-andtide.gg
Bel Air Inn
01481 832052 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bon Marin Café & Captain’s Bar at the Island Hall
01481 832666 / email@example.com