"As a proud Guernseyman, I want you to see the best of my island, the REAL Guernsey" - Andy Taylor (TG Founder)


"As a proud Guernseyman, I want you to see the best of my island, the REAL Guernsey" - Andy Taylor (TG Founder)

The story so far...

"I truly love my Island Home. Beautiful country lanes where I learnt to cycle, breathtaking views that I've promised never to take for granted, and a coastline that's imprinted in my soul. In 2018 I founded Tour Guernsey to share my Island with you, to get people out of the big busses, off the usual "Tourist Trail" and above all, to have a bit of fun! Here's a little bit about me, whilst it's nothing to do with the the tours themselves, hopefully it will give you an idea of what I stand for and how I conduct my business" - Andy Taylor (Founder of Tour Guernsey)

Coffee Culture

Coffee Culture

I'm a trained barista and quite particular about where I'll drink coffee. Also rather into my tea - you'll probably see the tea leaves coming out mid tour as I sort myself a brew! It's easy to get a bad coffee in Guernsey (honestly, it is), but I'll take this opportunity to direct you to a good one
Try My Coffee
Small Businesses Rock!

Small Businesses Rock!

When I'm on holiday, the highlight is always stumbling across a little backstreet shop, or finding somewhere that isn't already reviewed on the internet (yes, they do exist!). I love to support local (and appreciate how overused that phrase is). Being a small business owner myself, I always like to keep it in the family... the small business family!
Check Out These Local Photographs
I Wear A Guernsey

I Wear A Guernsey

You may have heard about our traditional Guernsey jumper. Famous for being itchy, weatherproof & a bit tight around the neck. I wear it year round, I've had my current Guernsey for nearly 10 years (and I still haven't grown into it!) and I'm hoping it's got another 10 years left in it! My Dad used to work for Le Tricotuer & my sisters (this is going back a long time...) featured in lots of their adverts - my claim to fame?
The Guernsey Jumper