Town and Castle Cornet Tours

This 3-hour tour takes us to the centre of the town of Medieval St Peter Port, which has a fascinating history and a busy port since Roman times. It is a picturesque town with cobbled streets and narrow alleys.

The castle dates from the 13th Century and started as a fortification against the French after the island decided to side with England after the loss of Normandy. It has been used as a garrison, arsenal and prison. 

The castle was originally built on an island and is now reachable by a raised walkway built in the 19th Century. Built on the site of Neolithic and Bronze Age settlements, the castle has been built, partially destroyed and rebuilt many times with Medieval, Tudor and World War 2 remains. 

See and hear the key highlights of the castle with me. Then, spend some time at your own pace in the ‘Story of Castle Cornet’ exhibition, museums or exploring the castle and perhaps some of their four small gardens within the castle walls.

Length of walk: 1.5 miles 

Ability: Easy

Meeting Point: 

Cruise Passengers: I meet you from the cruise jetty muster area and return you in good time to take a tender back.


I can arrange a tour for your group (a minimum of 6 people) and will meet you wherever you like.

Also see tours around medieval St Peter Port (1.5 hours) and

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Booking is required.

"Walking In Renoir's Footsteps"

This stunning walk takes in a snapshot of Renoir's stay in Guernsey in the summer of 1883.   

We also visit the actual cottage he painted his famous masterpiece from. (This cottage is now owned by Korinne's family). 

Victor Hugo also picnicked at the cottage on several occasions.  

Hear about local folklore too and we will stop of coffee/tea

Time: 2pm - 4pm  

Meeting point: The Old Mill Triangle Bus stop, St Martins / Buses 81, 91, 92, 93 / Perrys Ref 30 2D  

Length of walk: 1.5 miles 

Ability: Moderate


July 4th 2018

(Details as above)

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 Contact Korinne to book your tour:         +44 (0) 7839 200 553 

Medieval St Peter Port

A great way to learn about Guernsey's fascinating history in just 1.5 hours!

This is a stroll through the cobbled streets of St Peter Port as I point things out (that even many locals don't know).  tell you about Privateers, the German Occupation (and my family's personal experiences), our constitution, Famous People of the Bailiwick and much more!

Starting Point: 

Guernsey Information Centre

Duration: 1.5 hours

Ability: Easy 

DATES to walk with me:

Monday July 9th 10:30am

Saturday July 21st 10:30am

You can just turn up for this walk.

Note: There are walks every day from the Guernsey Information Centre and each tyhe route of each guide varies.

Daily at 10:30am

Tues & Thurs: 2.30pm

“Panzers Over Petit Bot Valley"

A gentle ramble through the lanes of the oldest and most peaceful Canton of west St Martins. Walking through the leafy lanes, past beautiful old Guernsey farmhouses and cottages, who would have thought that in the not-too-distant past, there were German tanks hidden in the valleys of St Martin’s.

Meeting Start End Point: La Trelade Hotel, Forest Rd, Saint Martin, GY4 6UB 

Perrys ref: Start: P.29 2H

Buses (meeting point): 91, 92, 93, 94, 95

Start & end time: 2pm / 3.30pm 

Approx length of walk (in miles): 

Approx 1.5 miles

Ability: Easy (some uphill)

Contact Korinne to book your tour:       +44 (0) 7839 200 553

"Forts, Follies and Famous Folk"


A fascinating stroll through Saumarez Park, which was Lord James de Saumarez's home after his marriage to Martha Le Marchant. 

We will take a nature trail and the route that the family and their descendants took down through the estate to the lovely Cobo Bay. 

This route will take us past an historic folly and bridge.

We will visit a fort and battery with a stunning view over the bays and we will enjoy refreshments nearby.

 Contact Korinne to book your tour:       +44 (0) 7839 200 553 

"Guernsey Gems"

A captivating tour of Guernsey's hidden Gems, going to the location of various gem stones found around the island and taking in the fascinating scenery.

We will enjoy afternoon tea at a charming tea room and visit the diamond museum.

Duration: 3 hours

Ability: Easy (Transport)

Start Point: Albert Pier, St Peter Port

 Contact Korinne to book your tour:       +44 (0) 7839 200 553