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Welcome to Sausmarez Manor

Sausmarez Manor is a delightful spot to spend quality time with family and friends in amiable and unhurried surroundings. The grounds have proved to be somewhere that combines areas of peace and tranquillity and parts where the family can let their hair down and enjoy themselves. Come and see for yourself.

Each season has a different floral highlight :

In the Spring


...with the Daffodils and Bluebells are a sight for sore eyes along with half of the 320 camellias some going back over 100 years are a sight to delight any garden lover. In Mid May the New Collection for the Sculpture Festival is unveiled by a celebrity every year.

In the Summer

...with all the butterflies and the bird song of all the newly hatched birds. The Tree Ferns unfurling their new fronds , the 40 odd species of Bamboo sprouting, The Handkerchief Tree, the final flourish of the Camellias and in high summer the lovely white flowers of the Myrtle and Eucriphia Trees overlapping the blooms of the hundreds of Hydrangeas, the Fuchsias and the early wild cyclamen.


In the Autumn…


...the Season for the Hippiastrum Lilies, the Hydrangeas and the main flourish of Cyclamen. The Ginger (Hedechium) and the Colocasia are now flowering.


In the Winter…

...Arum Italicum, early daffodils, the riot of Camellias and the early spring Cyclamen hold sway in the garden. With the return of the migrant birds and the song of the early nesters, the woods are a joy.


More information :

For more information on Groups and independent visits, conducted tours and personal hosting.

Telephone +44 (0) 1481 235571 or visit

What else happens in Guernsey?

April – Guernsey Food Festival. All the Bailiwick Islanders and rich settlers love good food and Guernsey restaurants have risen to the challenge with an amazing variety of excellent cuisine.

May – Mid May The Sculpture Festival opens. The NCCPG Rare Plant Sale at the end of May on Bank Holiday Monday at the Manor.

June – Floral Guernsey Week, The Summer music season starts right through until August with indoor concerts at St James Assembly Hall and Beau Sejour Leisure Centre and the outdoors in Candie Gardens, Castle Cornet, Sausmarez Manor and Saumarez Park.

Outdoor theatre at Castle Cornet and elsewhere, performances of Shakespeare inactments, visiting opera companies, local ensembles, Summer Jazz etc

Summer exhibition of local and visiting Artists at the various galleries. The Occupation Museums, the island Potteries, Candle makers, Freesia Flower Centre, the Aquarium, Clockmakers, Catherine Best - craftsman jewellers, the Ride on trains are all at their best and just some of the 30 or so attractions in the island.

Enjoy cliff walks, a visit to lovely Herm Island, car free Sark and peaceful little Alderney which are all very easily reached by boat or plane.


The Tennerfest, all meals in the restaurants for the month of October are £10.00 unless otherwise stated. Open gardens, art & music at St James Assembly Hall and Beau Sejour Leisure Centre all this month.

All Year

Check out for an accurate and up to date listing of all that is going on. You will be agreeably surprised and realise why Guernsey is the most visited destination by Cruise Liners in Britain.

Visit the Artparks Sculpture Park