Anyone looking for accommodation on the Channel Islands will know that it's incredibly expensive compare to UK, and this was no exception for a 3-star. The house is conveniently located some 15 mins walk from the centre and across the road from the sea, with a bus stop outside. It was clean throughout, and the room was clean and airy, not too small, reasonably comfortable bed, and mostly quiet - even with a pub next door no noise drifted into the room. Coffee etc provided and top-ups available, also extra towels as required. We met the housekeeper most days, who was very pleasant and helpful. Breakfast is delivered each day to rooms around 8am, it varies a little each day and is quite enough, though nothing cooked and no choice. We were told various reasons for this, including Covid, Brexit, staff shortage, but it is a shame as it spoils the whole atmosphere. With quite some effort we were able to have breakfast packed up to take away one day when we had an early boat trip. We received no welcome from the proprietor, again apparently due to Covid. The whole of the rest of the island is mask free and no sign of any effect, though many businesses complained of a staff shortage. Can only hope the proprietors resolve these issues soon as this could be a pleasant little stay with a warm and friendly welcome every day. As it was, it all felt a bit strained.