Experience one of the best restaurants in Guernsey at Cobo Bay Hotel, with al fresco drinks and dining in a prime seafront location making us a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Our fabulous food and professional yet unpretentious style of service have won many accolades over the years, including a Taste Guernsey Gold Award and Breakfast Award. Advanced bookings are recommended.
Our stylish à la carte restaurant is open 7 days a week, consistently delivering the highest standards of hospitality and cuisine that surpass many other leading restaurants in Guernsey, with the added bonus of our panoramic seaviews to enjoy during your meal. Tables of all sizes are welcome, from an intimate candle lit dinner to larger groups celebrating special occasions.
Standard Opening Times:
Breakfast: 7:30am – 10:00am (From 8:00am on Sundays & Bank Holidays)
Brunch: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Lunch: 12:00pm – 2:00pm (Last Orders)
Dinner: 6:00pm – 9.30pm (Last Orders)
A selection of light bites and cream teas are available throughout the afternoon. Please note that the above timings should be taken as a guideline and are subject to change.
The Beach Terrace is open daily from 10am (season and weather permitting) for delicious al fresco dining in a relaxed atmosphere, making it the perfect place to enjoy a warm afternoon or long summer evening watching the sun set on the horizon.
Our secluded outdoor bar serves a variety of refreshing cocktails as well as craft beers, gin & tonics, morning coffees and afternoon teas, whilst diners are able to sample local seafood specialities over a leisurely lunch, grab a burger or light bite after a day on the beach, or pre-book one of our set-price party menus.
A small paddling pool is available for kids and cooling off, while the sheltered decking area provides heaters and blankets to keep you cosy at night.
So-called because of the deep, inviting leather sofas and arm chairs that make our bar such a relaxing hideaway, The Chesterfield Lounge is a charming spot to enjoy morning coffee, afternoon tea, an aperitif or night cap. It also provides a secluded location to meet business associates, read a book from the small library or challenge friends and family to a classic board game, whilst skilled pianists are welcome to play the piano.
The walls are adorned with photos and memorabilia of “Guernsey’s Own” 201 Squadron, that pay homage to the long-standing relationship we enjoyed with the men and women of the RAF whom we accommodated on their numerous visits to the island and hope to welcome back in the near future.