Motorhome owners will be able to travel to the beautiful Channel Island of Guernsey for the first time this summer, as the Vaugrat and Fauxquet Valley campsites open their doors to motorhomes for overnight stays.
Previously off limits to visitors travelling with their motorhome, Guernsey is an ideal holiday destination, with its mix of stunning scenery, beautiful beaches and vibrant harbour-side shops and restaurants. Motorhome owners will now be able to sample these delights and more, with permission to cross the channel and stay on the island granted by island authorities. Condor Ferries will be welcoming them aboard from March 2011.
Justin Amey, Marketing Manager at Condor Ferries, commented: “Guernsey is a great destination for a summer holiday with a motorhome, with fantastic facilities available at both campsites. It’s also an ideal starting point for a touring holiday to Europe, with daily sailings onward to France available with Condor Ferries. We look forward to seeing many motorhome owners on board for the first time this summer.”
Tony Brouard, at Vaugrat Campsite, added: “We’re very pleased to be able to welcome motorhome owners to Vaugrat. Customers wishing to stay with us this summer simply need to obtain a permit, which we will issue at the time of booking, to be able to gain access to our wonderful island.”
Demand is already high for Condor Ferries’ summer crossings. To find out more about sailings from Poole, Weymouth and Portsmouth, please visit www.condorferries.com