St Helena offers a wide range of accommodation options. There are currently three hotels on the Island, a number of guest houses, bed and breakfast establishments, as well as self-catering accommodation. It is strongly recommended to book accommodation prior to visiting the Island as the demand is high. Accommodation can be booked directly with the owner or alternatively the St Helena Tourist Office is able to assist you with reservations.
Please visit http://sthelenatourism.com/where-to-stay for information on a range of accommodation options with rates or please contact the Tourist Office via: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +290 22158.
There are a variety of restaurants and pubs on the Island. The atmosphere is generally informal and children are usually welcomed. Jamestown has a range of restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, and take–away establishments. Other eateries and pubs can be found in Alarm Forest, Levelwood, Half Tree Hollow, Longwood, Bottom Woods, and Sandy Bay. There are also a number of mobile catering units in operation.
Please take into account that some restaurants require advance notice. The Tourist Office can help with this information and also make reservation on your behalf. Please contact them via: email@example.com or alternatively visit the following link:
As St Helena develops its tourism offering, the number of restaurants and eateries is expected to increase; please contact the Tourist Office for up-to-date information.
St Helena’s natural diversity and abundance makes the Island an adventurer’s paradise, offering a wide range of activities. Swim with whale sharks or battle a marlin in the deep seas, visit the house where Napoleon spent his final years and then experience the beauty of the Island’s contrasting landscapes by taking on the challenge of one (or more) of the twenty-one Post Box walks.
If you would like more information on excursions, tours, transportation and events, please contact the Tourist Office via: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +290 22158.