Originally built as a working farm in the 16th century, Stocks has been sympathetically renovated and beautifully refurbished.  The hotel brings a new level of informal luxury and personal service to the Channel Islands.

The Island of Sark measures only three miles by one and a half miles and it is the smallest British Crown Dependancy. Until recently Sark was the last bastion feudalism in the modern world.  So close to Guernsey and Jersey – just 50 minutes by ferry – Sark still enjoys the peace, tranquillity and traditional way of life of a bygone era.

The scenic beauty is breathtaking. With no motor cars and over twenty- miles of sheltered bays, coves and cliff walks Sark is a pedestrian paradise. The finest of Sark’s charms are synonymous with Sark’s premier address – Stocks Hotel.

Set in a picturesque wooded valley in the heart of Sark, Stocks provides the ultimate in rustic-chic charm and barefoot elegance. The finest traditions of rural hospitality blend with modern creature comforts.

The hotel and restaurant are family owned and personally managed, and we pride ourselves on offering luxury accommodation and superb cuisine from March until December.

The food at Stocks is sourced from local farmers and fishermen and our own award-winning organic permaculture gardens. Exciting combinations of fresh seasonal ingredients are carefully prepared and cooked to emphasise honest flavours.

The Smugglers Bar is steeped in local history.  White washed granite walls and traditional oak beams evoke memories of pirates and privateers from days of yesteryear.

Stocks provides the ideal venue for weddings, events, parties, functions and meetings.

Nestled within gardens is a solar-heated swimming pool with a children’s splash pool.  The new look Stocks also features a small gym, a wine tasting room and a converted quarry for magical parties under Sark’s legendary dark skies.

Escape to the unique island of Sark and Stocks Hotel. Book a relaxing tour of Sark or a taxi using our own horses & carriages.




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