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Within the 32-acre Durrell Wildlife Park, the Durrell Wildlife Camp is in the rural parish of Trinity. It offers self-catering tents with free WiFi. We left wishing we had stayed for much longer. We had no idea what to expect when we booked but any expectations we could have had were totally exceeded. We had a sleeping pod plus separate are with kitchen and bathroom. There was decking with table & chairs plus lingers. Our pod backed onto the trees that the lemurs use to sunbathe in the morning so got some great photos. Enough equipment to enable you to cook. Probably the only thing I'd recommend adding is hairdryer- particularly for those of us that don't need it for other accommodation. Seriously wish we'd booked in for longer as we were so chilled out Recommend staying for a Wednesday or Sunday evening as they offer dusk tours with keeper after hours which was fascinating
This small, quiet hotel is 1 mile north of St Helier and surrounded by countryside. It has a pub, restaurant, a sunny patio, and is on a bus route to St Helier. The quality of the food was very good. The staff were helpful and friendly . The owner/manager is extremely hard working to make sure that all is well for you. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and quiet !! I would stay there again .
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. What's to like?!.. Everything. Beautiful, amazing, like fairy tale magic place, food unbelievable, very professional and friendly staff. Perfect gateway especially now during covid situation. Definitely we will be back there more than once. Highly recommended. Thank you everyone for making our stay so beautiful. ❤️🙂
Less than 2 miles from St Helier, Westhill has free Wi-Fi, 2 heated pools and free parking on site. The hotel runs a regular free bus service for guests, with buses traveling to St Helier town center.... Staff were very helpful, service at breakfast was very quick. Hotel pool and gardens were great and we made full use of them as the weather was lovely
The prestigious Almorah Hotel was built around 1841 and is a listed building of great importance. Very tasty breakfast. The full English wasn’t the oily mess you do often get. Nicely cooked and full options given as to what you’d like. Also continental breakfast and all the trimmings!
The Inn Hotel, Restaurant and Bar is an award-winning boutique hotel located a short stroll from Jersey’s center St Helier. The property features 36 rooms and suites, as well as an on-site restaurant.... Great service and food - as a vegetarian I found the breakfasts and dinners to be much better than the Merton and the Old Court House (so much variety)
In the North of St Helier, Norfolk Lodge has an indoor swimming pool and plenty of free parking. St. Helier's town center, shops and beaches, are a 10-minute walk away. BREAKFAST WAS VERY GOOD GREAT CHOICE LOCATION EXELLENT WITH PARKING STAFF AMONG THE FRIENDLIEST I HAVE EVER MET.
Around 1 mile from St Helier harbor, Alister Guest House offers well-appointed rooms and a range of breakfasts. I had a lovely experience. The hostess was very welcoming, helpful, polite and friendly, the room was clean and comfy, the ensuite bathroom was clean and the shower worked well with plenty of hot water. It was quite cold outside but the room was a nice warm temperature. The bed and pillows were comfy and the cooked breakfast was nice. The location is about 18 minutes walk from the bus station and 40 seconds walk from the bus stop of bus 4, the one connecting the hotel to Royal Jersey Showground where I was attending an event. Just one note, if it is your first time in Jersey be aware plenty of bus stops in Jersey don't have a pole or board or shelter with names of the stops or bus numbers, there is only a writing on the street (literally on the floor) that says "bus" with the number of the bus stop or their times. The stop outside the guesthouse is one of them. I couldn't find it and one passerby pointed the writing on the floor to me saying that was the bus stop. For all your grocery needs there is a small Co-op supermarket 1 minute walk from the guesthouse, a Morrisons 3 minutes walk and a Waitrose 8 minutes walk. The small Co-op is open every day, the Waitrose from Monday to Saturday and the Morrison I am not sure as I didn't use it. The free wi-fi worked well.
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.
One of the many lovely areas of Jersey with a useful shop for urgent requirements and a great pub/restaurant that does excellent food that is reasonably priced with staff that are efficient, friendly and welcoming
Good location on the bay. Lots of good walks. The Black Dog pub has a very good restaurant with fresh produce and very friendly staff. Bus stop very close, easy to get around the Island. Jersey zoo is a few stops away along with other tourist attractions.
The has to be one of the most beautiful places I've ever visited, it's gorgeous! Everything is close by and buses are two pounds to get around! Very cheap!! I highly recommend going to the Durrell Zoo and as many castles as you can!
The whole overall experience was excellent, met by a very friendly staff member who explained how the whole system worked . Also another plus the wildfire restaurant does the most amazing Thai food on a Friday and Saturday , not to be missed ,
Great for beaches and bays. Trinity arms pub does lovely food and local beer. 2 minutes drive to Durrel Wildlife Centre. Only ever 30 minutes from anywhere. Quiet location away from St Helier Probably best to have a car. There is a bus service which we used but only runs appx every 2 hours so you need to plan ahead.
We left wishing we had stayed for much longer. We had no idea what to expect when we booked but any expectations we could have had were totally exceeded. We had a sleeping pod plus separate are with kitchen and bathroom. There was decking with table & chairs plus lingers. Our pod backed onto the trees that the lemurs use to sunbathe in the morning so got some great photos. Enough equipment to enable you to cook. Probably the only thing I'd recommend adding is hairdryer- particularly for those of us that don't need it for other accommodation. Seriously wish we'd booked in for longer as we were so chilled out Recommend staying for a Wednesday or Sunday evening as they offer dusk tours with keeper after hours which was fascinating
Fantastic place, we will definitely return