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Abri Cottage – This lovely holiday home is a pretty 2 bedroom cottage in the rural parish of St Martin. The cottage is detached but adjacent to the owners property with an open-plan living space over the entire first floor and Juliet balconies add to the feeling of space and light in this delightful room.
Located in the north of the island there is easy access to the village of St Martin where there is a small convenience store, a tea room and a pub which serves food. It is just a short drive to the pretty harbour of Rozel Bay where there is a small sandy beach and a choice of restaurants, a tea room, a popular beach kiosk with outdoor seating and a pub with a beer garden. Archirondel beach is within walking distance (but a hill to come back up!) and the attractions of Jersey Zoo and The Orchid Foundation are also nearby.
Acorn Wood Cottage – This lovely 3 bedroom cottage forms part of a 12 acre organic small holding in the rural Parish of St Ouen. This barn conversion offers high quality holiday accommodation in a peaceful and private semi-wooded location and adjoins an extensive area of National Trust land. Plemont Bay is a short walk away and there is easy access to Jersey’s cliff paths from this cottage without the need for a car.
There is a small sheltered area with a beautiful view approximately 100yds from the cottage along a grassy path which is on the owners’ private property with a table, chairs and an umbrella. The owners provide a picnic blanket and cushions for clients to choose their own spot to relax and enjoy the extensive organic grounds. There is abundant birdlife here and a murmuring stream in the private valley. The location of this property will appeal to visitors wanting to relax and enjoy their surroundings. It is a perfect base for a walking holiday but would also be perfect for a cycling holiday as the property is surrounded by delightful country lanes in every direction. There is a restaurant within walking distance and the nearby sandy beach at Plemont Bay has a popular beach cafe serving snacks and also evening meals in the summer.
Alzola Apartment – This newly converted 2 bedroom apartment has been created from the entire ground floor of the owner’s house and has its own entrance and parking space. It is situated in a lovely position on the outskirts of St Helier with good access to the town centre and all of its amenities and would be a great base for touring the whole island.
The two bedrooms can both be made up either with a large double bed or as two single beds making this ideal for both couples or family parties. A cot or z-bed can also be provided for a child or an infant.
Whilst there is no outdoor space provided, the kitchen/diner does have a large west facing window which lets in plenty of light and the rooms throughout are all of a generous proportion. There are woodland walks just to the north of Alzola Apartment which lead down into the pretty Valle des Vaux area.
Anne Port Bay, Port Rest House is a detached 3 bedroom house overlooking the picturesque Anne Port Bay and just a 2 minute walk from the beach. The House was built as a mariners’ retirement home approximately 150 years ago and it has been tastefully extended to create a large bright kitchen on the ground floor with a modern shower room and access to the patio and gardens on the floor above. There are stunning views to the French coast and to the Les Ecrehous Reef. Mont Orgueil Castle, Gorey Village and Gorey harbour with shops, restaurants and cafes are all just a short drive away.
Uplands Apartments – The Uplands Apartments offer individual ‘country style’ accommodation in twelve individual units that are open year round and owned by the Morvan Hotels Group. Situated in an elevated location within walking distance of the town of St Helier and also provides easy access to the countryside for relaxing country walks. The Uplands Apartments are located in a quiet residential development away from the main road. Our twelve purpose-built apartments are constructed to modern standards and are suitable for short lets as well as self catering holiday use.
Panama Apartments – Conveniently situated within easy walking distance of the town centre and bus station, Panama & Panama House Apartments are located only 250 yards from Havre des Pas promenade and beach. Facilities in each Apartment consist of 4 hobs, single oven and microwave, kettle, toaster and refrigerator. Television, video, full central heating, fresh towels, all linen and electricity are also provided. Cots and high chairs are available on request. Laundry facilities are available on the premises for a small charge. Unfortunately, these apartments are not suitable for persons with walking difficulties.
Discovery Bay Apartments – Discovery Bay Self Catering Suites are situated along the magnificent bay of St Ouen, on the West coast of Jersey. A favourite spot for surfers and for enjoying fabulous sunsets.Only 45 miles square, Jersey is 14 miles from France and 100 miles from the South Coast of England. A wealth of Green Lanes and beautiful beaches await you, and with the freshest local seafood on offer, once here – we think you’ll find it hard to leave! Discovery Bay Apartments offer spectacular sea views and often, magnificent sunsets. A million miles from the stresses and strains of modern day living, the apartments have been refurnished for 2010 in a contemporary style which are finished to the highest standards
La Rocco Apartments – La Rocco is a complex of two buildings, Seashore and Seabreeze, offering well appointed, spacious, comfortable self catering apartments in a variety of sizes suitable for all, families and couples including those with a disability, set back in a relaxing and peaceful country/seaside location. La Rocco is the ideal location for a holiday of relaxation and tranquillity, enjoying panoramic views over the beach, you can sit back and enjoy the sea breeze and relax as you watch the sunset over the bay
Corbiere Phare Apartments – Situated on the West coast of Jersey in the Channel Islands, Corbiere Phare Restaurant & Bar offers you unequalled views, accompanied by superb A la Carte Dining. Corbiere Lighthouse dominates a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean. Corbiere Phare Restaurant offers spectacular sea views and often, magnificent sunsets. A million miles from the stresses and strains of modern day living. Whether dining in the Bar (fireside in Winter) or our panoramic Restaurant – our menus, service and hospitality will give you an unforgettable experience. From your Jersey Wedding Celebration, a romantic meal for two or a delicious steak sandwich by the fire.
Elizabeth Castle – To stay at Elizabeth Castle is an adventure not to be missed. Sitting one mile off the coast of Jersey’s main town of St Helier, the Castle apartment sits within one of Jersey’s most iconic locations surrounded by the sea twice a day. Elizabeth Castle Apartment is for those who would rather catch their dinner off the breakwater rather than go to a restaurant in central St Helier. Cut off to the mainland by the tide at least twice a day, ferry transport is only available when the Castle is open as a visitor attraction. While it is possible to walk back and forth on the low tide, no other cars are permitted to drive across the beach.
L`Etacquerel Fort – Traverse the winding coastal path, lower the drawbridge and enter your own fort on the stunning, rugged north coast of Jersey. Built in the mid-19th Century on a cliff side overlooking Bouley Bay, L’Etacquerel Fort is a great base for exploring Jersey’s rugged north coast or holding a get together with the friends. Built with traditional Jersey granite, the property itself is very basic, with no running water or electricity but what it lacks in mod-cons it makes up for in character and stunning views. Situated along a steep coastal path, access is across the dry moat on a high wooden bridge.
Le Câtel Fort – is teeming with history. Built in the 1780s to defend Grève de Lecq Bay from French invasion, the fort was armed with three fearsome 32-pounder guns on traversing platforms. Situated overlooking Greve de Lecq, this former battery and guardhouse (1789) occupies a peaceful spot on the North Coast. Encircled by a loop-holed wall, the Fort garden is ideal for small private functions and is licensed for weddings. Minimum 2 day hire. Hire starts at 12 noon on the first day of hire until 10am the morning after the last day of hire e.g. 2 day hire on a Saturday/Sunday starts at 12 noon on Saturday and ends at 10 am on the Monday.
La Crete Fort – Nestling on a headland, this tranquil property is built on Jersey’s rugged north coast and is surrounded on three sides by the sea. Regarded as ‘an icon of the Island’s strong sense of individuality and self-determination’, La Crête Fort has held military importance since a rampart was built on the site during 16th century. Nestled on the headland overlooking France and other Channel Islands, the property is surrounded on three sides by the sea. Renovated as part of the Tourism Development Fund initiative in 2005, La Crête Fort as it is today comprises of a guard house with military accommodation
Fort Leicester -Spread over three levels, this magnificent 19th century fort sits above the picturesque harbour of Bouley Bay and has a private garden and terrace. Named after the Earl of Leicester, a favourite of Queen Elizabeth I, Fort Leicester has military history dating back to the late 16th century. The Fort sits above the picturesque harbour of Bouley Bay and has been restored to reflect its diverse military history. The Fort housed single cannon when it was constructed in the 16th century, nearly 50 years after an invasion attempt on Jersey from France.
Lewis’s Tower sits in the rugged landscape of the dunes, close to a nature reserve. The Tower has direct beach access and makes a perfect base for exploring the majestic sweep of St Ouen’s Bay. Built in 1835 to defend Jersey’s coast against French attack, Lewis’s Tower is one of several fortifications built in St Ouen’s Bay at that time. Split over three levels, this granite tower provides basic coastal tower accommodation with electricity and lighting but is not connected to any other utilities. Public toilets (open 24 hours) are located close by.
Le Don Hilton –For a truly unique experience, why not escape to Le Don Hilton for a revitalising day in the great outdoors with the sea right on your doorstep. Enjoy a delicious BBQ whilst admiring the breathtaking and natural beauty of the landscape, take a long walk along the beautiful golden sands or take a dip in St Ouen’s bay, famous for its impressive waves. When all this activity has tired you out, just sit and chill as the sun sets. The facilities at Le Don Hilton are basic and essentially the building is a stone tent, solely offering protection from the elements.
Liberty Wharf Apartments is a property of 63 air-conditioned serviced apartments comprising of Studio, 1-bedroom & 2-bedroom layouts stylishly decorated with contemporary furnishings. Morning croissants and hot drinks are available for guests in the reception lounge and there is a private sun terrace off the lounge. All this is overseen by the 24 hour Guest Services Team. All the apartments are equipped with a fully fitted kitchen featuring halogen hob and oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer as well as standard kitchen utensils, kettle, toaster, microwave, coffee maker, cutlery and crockery and an iron and ironing board. The lounge has space for a comfortable sofa, coffee table, sideboard, TV, DVD/CD player and iPod docking station and cordless telephone.
Fisherman’s Cottage dates from 18th Century and overlooks the bay of La Greve D’Azette in Jersey’s main town of St Helier. It has been sensitively restored to create a comfortable, cosy self-catering cottage. With fabulous views across Havre des Pas, The Violet Bank (a recently declared Ramsar Wetland zone) and St Clement’s Bay, Fisherman’s Cottage offers much more than meets the eye. Tucked away on Mount Bingham, this charming cottage has been lovingly restored by the Parish of St Helier and is great for a ‘foodie’ break with close proximity to several of the Island’s best restaurants.
Cider Barn Apartment – Nestled amongst the thatch and granite of a 15th Century farmstead, Hamptonne Cider Barn Apartment provides an idyllic family holiday in the heart of Jersey’s countryside. Located in the heart of Jersey’s countryside, Hamptonne is a beautifully restored farm with a collection of thatched granite houses, stables and meadows. It is an idyllic, model farm offering a memorable setting for a relaxing family break or romantic getaway. The Cider Barn apartment is one of two well-appointed apartments which have been lovingly restored and can be rented together to accommodate up to 10 people.
Stable Apartment – A cosy, fully equipped self-catering apartment in the heart of Jersey’s countryside, perfect for a romantic escape or a family holiday. Hamptonne is steeped in rural history with over 45 acres to explore. Located in the heart of Jersey’s countryside, Hamptonne is a beautifully restored farm with a collection of thatched granite houses, stables and meadows. It is an idyllic, model farm offering a memorable setting for a relaxing family break or romantic getaway. The Stable Apartment is one of two well-appointed apartments which have been lovingly restored and can be rented together to accommodate up to 10 people.
Barge Aground – The iconic Barge Aground is uniquely positioned in the stunning St Ouen’s Bay with direct access to the beach. Built in the 1930s, this is the last of the seaside follies and chalets which once lined the bay. Barge Aground sits in the rugged landscape of the dunes in Jersey’s only national park, close to the nature reserve. In early summer a walk will take you through fields of native orchids and throughout the year the area teems with bird life – watch out for the marsh harriers who live in the area. Accommodating six people, the décor has a 1930s theme, with walnut wooden floors and some original 1930s furniture.