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Overlooking Bouley Bay, this 4-star guest house with an outdoor swimming pool occupies an countryside setting in Trinity.
A very peaceful and quiet location. The junior suite that we had was in excellent condition, well equipped and comfortable. There was a bus service that came past the hotel but it wasn’t very frequent so we would advise using a car. A continental breakfast pack was supplied for the first day but was sufficiently generous to last two days. An excellent M&S food shop is ten minutes drive away in St Johns, along with a restaurant/pub. The local village has another pub and small village shop.
Originally built in 1843, the elegant Château La Chaire is truly one of the islands' finest country house hotels, with a superb fine-dining restaurant boasting AA Red Star and Rosette awards.
Very causy. Nice Rooms, stuff very friendly, excellent breakfast.
The Uplands Apartments provide modern, purpose-built accommodations in Jersey, around 10 minutes’ walk from St Helier. The apartments are serviced weekly, and offer free parking and Wi-Fi.
Great location, clean and well looked after. It is my first choice of accommodation when staying in Jersey. Was upgraded to the larger property which is just as great as the smaller ones, well equipped and plenty of space.
Around 1 mile from St Helier harbor, Alister Guest House offers well-appointed rooms and a range of breakfasts.
I was a solo traveler and the room was more than comfortable for one person. Also the bed was. The place is very cosy, you feel at home. The provide a really good breakfast and that's also the moment you have a nice social interaction with fellow guests in the guest house. The hosts are super welcoming and provide a warm welcome feeling every morning during breakfast. Furthermore St Helier is much smaller than it might look on the map so therefore the location is also very central and easy to reach on foot, no hills either. The neighborhood is quite and peaceful.
Jersey is a beautiful island. Easy to access all around island as not very large. Car is best but bus routes are good. Plenty to do and see. Beaches to explore and countryside. Roads are narrow sometimes with sharp bends but adds to the character of Jersey. A different pace of life - relaxing environment. Good pubs, tasty food. People friendly. St Helier best for shopping. No large supermarkets. Small Morrisons, Co-op and M &S mainly available for sell catering food. Excellent afternoon teas available.
Suitable for adults and moderate to fit walkers. Stunningly beautiful coastal paths which are well marked and clean. Little for children or teenagers to do other than a trip to the zoo- which is great. Self catering highly recommended as evening restaurants not in great abundance. Infrequent bus service so own transport essential.
Beautiful bay on the North Coast of Jersey. Lovely but very quiet. Definitely need a car. Only a beachside cafe nearby. Nearest pub is approx 1 mile away up very steep hills. Lovely coastal walks to Rozel Bay and Bonne Nuit. Paddle boarding and diving available in the bay.