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Surrounded by 45 miles of stunning coastlines and a fantastic selection of things to see and do, our Jersey hotels are a superb choice for exploring this sunny Channel Island. Set just off the Normandy coast, visitors staying in a Jersey hotel can enjoy a short break to suit them – whether you love outdoor activities, a spot of retail therapy that’s tax-free, or looking for a unique summer beach break, this is the place to be.
With plenty of castles, museums and ancient monuments to discover, plus a whole host of spectacular vistas to appreciate, this English Channel Island has something for everyone.
- As the capital of Jersey, St Helier offers an abundance of things to see and do, including Liberation Square – the city’s focal point, tours of Elizabeth’s Castle and an award-winning Maritime Museum.
- Over on the south west coast you can find the beautiful shores of St Brelade’s Bay and St Aubin complete with a historic lighthouse, fascinating war memorial and a picturesque harbour.
- In Grouville you’ll find the famous Mont Orgueil Castle with its many secret rooms and unusual artefacts, as well as the prehistoric site of La Hougue Bie – a museum dedicated to Jersey's 6,000 year old Neolithic community.
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Our hotels in Grouville are the perfect choice for exploring some of Jersey’s most famous sights as well as being in a prime location for enjoying the area’s magnificent sandy beaches. Head to the Royal Bay of Grouville for a relaxing seaside break with plenty of watersports, or visit the beautifully picturesque harbour of Gorey and discover its captivating historic castle.
On clear days you can appreciate amazing views right across to the French coast, before heading out to visit some of Grouville’s wonderful attractions.
- Mont Orgueil Castle has stood proudly for more than 600 years protecting Jersey. Discover its secret rooms, climb the turrets, find the unusual medieval ‘wheel of urine’ plus much more on a visit to this fascinating castle.
- Learn about life in Jersey's Neolithic community 6,000 years ago at La Hougue Bie. With a medieval chapel plus an abundance of ancient treasures, this prehistoric site and museum is not to be missed!
- Take a trip to Grouville Church – one of Jersey’s twelve ancient parish churches built in the 11th century.
Book one of our hotels in St Brelade’s Bay and enjoy a sunny short break on Jersey’s beautiful south-west coast. This lively beach resort with soft golden sand attracts thousands of visitors each year, all hoping to enjoy some summer sun!
If you’re up for some adrenaline-fuelled fun, try your hand at one of the many water-sport activities along the shore, from volley ball and pedalos to paddle boarding and much, much more. With a range of cafes and restaurants also on offer, plus a quaint 11th century parish church to the West, you’ll have everything you need for a unique seaside break in Jersey.
Just a short drive away, visitors will find the incredibly pretty village of St Aubin. Combining its traditional roots with a vibrant atmosphere, a trip to St Aubin promises a choice of superb restaurants, shops, galleries and of course, picturesque views over the harbour.
Choose one of our St Aubin or Brelade’s Bay Hotels for a mini getaway with plenty to see and do.
- As the first to be built on the British Isles way back in 1874, Corbiere Lighthouse is a must-see attraction set in a truly beautiful location on Jersey’s rugged south west coast.
- Take a trip to Noirmont on the headland and discover Jersey’s major fortifications. Popular for its stunning views, both explorers and history-buffs are guaranteed to enjoy this fascinating war memorial.
- Built during the English Civil War, St Aubin’s Fort is only accessible at low tide and comes with an abundance of historic tales to tell.
Escape to bliss on the Island of Jersey and enjoy a stay in the capital of St Helier. With an abundance of restaurants, attractions and hotels in St Helier, it is the clear choice for many visitors planning a trip to Jersey.
Due to its central location and excellent transport links, St Helier is an ideal base to explore the whole island.
Hotels in St Helier are located just ten minutes walk away from two excellent sandy beaches. Choose between Havre Des Pas for a Victorian seaside promenade and safe natural bathing pool or the sweeping St Aubin’s Bay. Top attractions include Elizabeth Castle, Liberation Square and the award winning Maritime Museum.
Amongst all the accommodation in Jersey, hotels in St Helier offer the widest range of options. For romantic getaways, why not indulge in an intimate boutique? Alternatively, some five star hotels in St Helier, Jersey, offer Michelin starred dining and the best in luxury accommodation. There are also many hotels that offer fantastic family accommodation, with excellent pools, sun terraces and kids activity programmes.
Whatever you’ve got planned for your trip to Jersey, hotels in St Helier offer you the best of everything.
Our hotels in St Saviour are conveniently placed inland of Jersey’s capital, St Helier and provide an excellent base for visiting the surrounding sandy beaches, wonderful countryside, ancient monuments and many other attractions on this sunny island.
From discovering the birth and burial place of Lillie Langtry to taking a stroll through the picturesque Howard Davis Park, St Saviour has so much to see and do on a short break.
- St Helier is just a short journey away and has an abundance of attractions to visit from the 16th century Elizabeth Castle to the spectacular sandy shores perfect for a relaxing day at the beach.
- St Saviour has its own coastline called Le Dicq – famed for being the shortest shoreline on the Island, it’s also home to the Rocher des Proscrits rock where political refugees once met to debate world affairs.
- A trip to La Hougue Bie whilst on a break in St Saviour is a must! Here you can discover what life in Jersey was like more than 6,000 years ago.
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