Brockhurst's restoration is complete


At the end of the largest project ever undertaken by the National Trust of Guernsey – two years of planning and a year of restoration work by CCD Architects and CA Duquemin building company – Brockhurst is in magnificent shape. Nearly fourteen years ago the National Trust of Guernsey were lucky enough to be able to buy Brockhurst for one golden guinea as a bequest from the late Florian Carr's Estate.  Brockhurst is a recognisable, important St Peter Port property and the restoration has been painstakingly planned, processed  and enjoyed.  What a result - a superb and proud one for the heritage of Guernsey, made possible by local teams and their skilled craftsmen. These ground floor photos (kitchen by Peter Head) are a small taste of the work that's been carried out in a property that towers over most others on the climb up The Grange, St. Peter Port.  The top floor affords quiet, magnificent views over the islands and at level four, it's difficult to believe Brockhurst is in town. We'll be having Open Days in November, so please keep an eye on the website and local media for dates. Any enquiries:  [email protected]