Welcome to Guernsey, an island situated in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy. With several smaller nearby islands, together consisting of ten parishes, it makes up the Bailiwick of Guernsey, a British Crown dependency.
Located to the west of Jersey and to the north of Saint-Malo, there are many reasons to visit this delightful area. This, of course, includes having an Afternoon Tea in Guernsey. Sound like a plan? Start indulging today!
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People have lived on the islands today known as the Bailiwick of Guernsey since 5,000 BCE. Passing hands between England and France over several centuries, it eventually came under permanent British jurisdiction by the middle ages.
During the English Civil War, Guernsey sided with the Parliamentarian cause. Its residents later went on to construct elaborate defences as the threat of a Napoleonic invasion grew.
However, it wouldn’t be until the Second World War that such a threat would materialise – not by the French but by Nazi Germany.
The British liberated Guernsey in 1945. Since then, these remarkable islands have attracted more tourists than invading armies. If you, too, find yourself visiting, why not stop in an Afternoon Tea Guernsey Tearoom for a nice spot of lunch?