Useful Jersey info:-

Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands, located between the northern coats of France and the southern coast of England. It is a beautiful Island that has plenty to offer. If you are visiting Jersey in the summertime and the weather permits, St Brelade's Bay is definitely worth a visit. The south facing beach resort is the busiest in Jersey and due to it's long days, beautiful views and amenities it is easy to see why. It is a ideal family day out and offers activites such as beach volleyball, trampolines and pedalos. It also has a rang eof cafe's, restauraunts, bars and shops ensuring that you do ot have to leave to beach all day.

If you fancy something a little different, why not take a visit to the Jersey War Tunnels where you can learn about and expereince one of the most difficult periods of the island's history. The German Underground Hospital within the Tunnels contains all of the equipment that the German Surgeons would have used. It really is an attraction soaked in history. For a slightly different look at Jersey's history, the Mont Orgueil Castle and the Elizabeth Castle allow you to explore the islands history in a more traditional way.

If you are visiting with children, the Durrell Wildlife Park is perfect. They can come face to face with some of the rarest animals on the earth and at the end of your visit, you can even adopt an animal and receive regular updates about them. If you have come to Jersey to shop then St Hellier is the place to visit. With it's pedestrainised streets, shopping centre and a mix of both high street and local shops, you really can have the best shopping experience. After this, you can unwind in one of Jersey's many restaurants and bars.

Taxis

Liberty Cabs - 01534 767700
Domino Cabs - 01534 747047
Call A Cab - 01534 883883

 

Restaurants

Old Smugglers Inn - 01534 741510
Bay Tree Restauraunt and Tearooms - 01534 498259
Victorias - 01534 722301

Local Activities

Tourist Information Centre
MFA Bowl
Cinewold Cinemas

Amenities

  • No of rooms: 10
  • Free on-site car parking
  • TV/hairdryer/telephone in each room
  • Wake up call available
  • Hotel non-smoking throughout, however smoking rooms are available
  • Doctor on call
  • Bar/restaurant
  • Cots available
  • Safety deposit box
  • WiFi available

Oaklands Lodge Hotel - Rooms from £48

This small, quiet hotel is just one mile north of St Helier and is surrounded by beautiful countryside. Guests visiting the island and are staying in the Oaklands Lodge Hotel can relax in The Blacksmith’s Arms pub, which is a lovely, cosy space with Real Ales, fine wines and a modern bar menu; The Red Rose Restaurant, which serves local produce on it’s a la carte menu; a sunny patio to relax with a good book; a large car park and a direct bus route to St. Helier.

The bedrooms at the Oaklands Lodge Hotel are a comfortable size and include a private bathroom, a TV and tea/coffee making facilities.


Amenities

  • No of rooms: 123
  • Air conditioning throughout
  • Cots available
  • WiFi available throughout
  • Gym/sauna/beauty salon/indoor pool/steam rooms/Jacuzzi/fitness centre
  • Satellite TV/hairdryer/minifridge/ trouser press/telephone/ iron & board available in every room
  • Concierge/porter
  • Disabled access throughout/lift to all floors
  • Hotel non-smoking throughout
  • 24 hr. Reception/Room service
  • Wedding licence/meeting facilities/business centre
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Laundry/Valet service
  • Outdoor children’s facilities available
  • Lounge menu/restaurant/bar
  • Fishing/babysitting services/sailing all available
  • On-site car parking
  • Wake up call available
  • Valet parking available
  • Secretary services available

Grand Jersey Hotel and Spa - Rooms from £100

The Grand Jersey Hotel and Spa is situated in a historic part of St Helier and has recently undergone a £15.2 million transformation. There is plenty to do in the surrounding areas of the hotel, including a variety of terrains for those who enjoy walking, a coastline ideally suited to water sports and a network of country lanes, perfect for cyclists. St. Helier is also home to an excellent shopping centre with pedestrianized streets with a mix of both high street and small local shops, so there really is something for everyone.

Guests do not have to leave the hotel in order to feel relaxed. The Grand Jersey boats extensive spa facilities  which include six state of the art treatment rooms, spa bath, steam room, sauna, experience showers, a heated indoor swimming pool, relaxation room, high tech gymnasium, in addition to the ultra-luxurious face and body treatments by ESPA.

The dining experience is just as special at the Grand Jersey Hotel and Spa. With a huge choice of fine dine, brasserie, lounge and alfresco dining offer, there is no need to be anywhere else. The Terrace has stunning panoramic views across the St. Aubin’s Bay and features an al fresco barbeque kitchen and live entertainment throughout the summer.

The Grand Jersey Hotel and Spa has one hundred and twenty three bedrooms which includes six suites. All of the rooms combine comfort and style in a perfect balance. They are all fully air conditioned and have been refurbished to a premium luxury standard, all boasting large feature beds and stylish ottomans, bed lined of the highest quality, generous pillows and lavish soft furnishings. Many of the rooms have spectacular sea views, so you can relax in the privacy of your own room.

 

Amenities

  • No of rooms: 11
  • Video/DVD Library
  • WiFi available in public areas
  • Bar

Bay View Guesthouse - Rooms from £76

The Bay View is conveniently situated across the road from the beach Havre des Pas, making it perfect of you want to have a relaxing break. It is also only a short walk away from St. Helier, where a lot of attractions and shops are located.

The Bay View Guesthouse offers good sized rooms with all the comforts of home. They are all fully equipped with en-suite showers, central heating throughout, additional wall heaters are available, flat screen TV’s with built in DVD players and iPod docking stations, hairdryers, bathrobes, clock radio alarms, fridge and microwave, hospitality trays with a kettle, complementary beverages and biscuits, complimentary bathroom toiletries and tissues and electric fans. They also provide a selection of beach mats, beach toys and umbrellas, however; these are on a first come, first served basis.