Car Hire Channel Islands

  • Over 1 million successful rentals
  • We don’t add a penny to your quotes
  • Compare over 500 suppliers
Excess cover Available

Compare Car Hire

Enter city or airport code
We compare all of the well known car hire firms - and many others!

Compare Car Hire

  1. Home
  2. Europe
  3. United Kingdom
  4. Channel Islands

Carrentals.co.uk offers simple and straightforward car hire comparison services. We don't add a penny to your quotes!

  • 8000+ locations world wide

    Searching for car hire couldn’t be easier as we work with a range of suppliers

  • Over 1 million successful rentals

    We've been delivering the cheapest car hire prices for over 12 years.

Recent reviews

Average rating: 9.3 of 10 Number of customer reviews: 17
Diva73 Hertz Jersey Airport
“Searching and booking rentals globally…”

“Searching and booking rentals globally is so easy and straighforward. They use the top rated renters Hertz, Europcar etc at the most competitive prices. My go to for rentals worldwide.”

20-10-2019 16:26
Jake Avis Jersey Airport
“Good but could be better”

“Not as good an experience using Carrentals.co.uk as I have had previously. Confusion in email communication. I received messages from Autoeurope which I eventually worked out is the same/part of Carrentals.co.uk. I had problems with the rental company, Avis. They claimed that I couldn't return the car on the day booked and the desk staff were pushing for errors in the contract and made the transaction unpleasant. I will give Carrentals the benefit of the doubt that these issues were out of their responsibilities. The car rental system is still rife with con artists.”

21-05-2019 05:50
Roboad Guernsey Airport
“Easy”

“Easy and precise for what was needed”

09-10-2015 09:27

Channel Islands Guide

The Channel Islands, while located close to the northern coast of France, have been British since 1066. With their warm climate, beautiful beaches, rugged coastlines and island-life atmosphere they make a wonderful seaside holiday destination.

Jersey is the main island, and its picturesque capital, St Heliers, is the biggest and busiest port on the islands. Jersey is famed for its beaches and golf and fishing tours, but there are plenty of other attractions, such as La Hougue Bie, a 5,500 year old Neolithic burial mound, complete with archeology and geology galleries and even a World War II German bunker. Alternatively, the Hamptonne Country Life Museum, displaying 300 years of rural history, makes a great introduction to the islands’ past.

Guernsey is the second island, and also the best base for exploring the other smaller islands of Herm, Sark and Alderney. As well as offering many wonderful beaches and coastal walks, Guernsey also has a rich cultural heritage with a number of museums and historic buildings. Probably the pick of the museums is the Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery, commonly known as the Candie Museum due to its location in the grand Victorian Candie Gardens.

The beautiful and unspoiled island of Sark lying to the southeast of Guernsey features La Seigneurie, an estate dating back to 1675 that was built on the site of the 6th C monastery of St. Magloire. Sark is tranquil and peaceful, and the absence of cars and motorbikes gives it a special atmosphere. Herm and Alderney are the quietest islands and, with their lovely white sand beaches and cliff walks, are popular day trip destinations.

Jersey offers the best options for nightlife, with many bars, a handful of nightclubs and even an Opera House and Art Centre. However, for fine dining, especially seafood, both Jersey and Guernsey have a surprising array of restaurants.

Jersey and Guernsey both have airports offering connections to many UK and European cities, and the frequent ferries between the islands make a multi-island holiday an easy option.

All cities in Channel Islands

We compare car rental suppliers in each of the following regions: