Named after a long-vanished breed of Guernsey cattle, this magnificent granite and golden stone property has slumbered here for over 500 years. You can see the evidence in the low, beamed ceiling, old fireplaces and stone features, yet such seasoned charm is cleverly complemented by contemporary decor and design. With the coast so close in all directions, fresh seafood, such as baked Guernsey crab, is an important part of the menu; indeed, you may well see a local fisherman lugging a weighty sea bass through to the kitchen. Pork may come from pigs raised listening to soothing music on a local farm. Other contenders for your enjoyment include Thai red curry; a sizzling chicken, beef or king prawn platter; and specials, such as slow-braised lamb shank, and wild mushroom risotto. After the short walk from Vazon Bay, head for the bar and its ever-changing selection of island and mainland beers, real cider from nearby Castel and carefully selected wines.