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A boutique hotel in a unique 15th-century granite building on the edge of the harbour in St Aubin. You'll find a lively buzz in the characterful pub downstairs and in the wood-panelled first-floor restaurant and bar. Rooms are bijou but boutiquey, with fresh contemporary interiors that include vintage telephones and radios.

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This is a fine spot on the far corner of St Aubin's Harbour and many locals choose to while away an hour or two on the pub's terrace watching the yachts bob in the water. From the nearby beach, you can walk all the way to St Aubin's Fort at low tide. The Harbour Gallery is the island's largest dedicated gallery space and is packed with works by local artists as well as having a café and programme of crafty workshops.

By plane: flights from London Heathrow to Jersey take around one hour. The hotel is a 10-minute taxi ride from the airport.

By boat: ferries to St Helier run from Poole (4 hours) and Portsmouth (10 hours 20 mins). Book boats.

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There's so much character in this building. From a 15th-century granite spiral staircase in the centre of the property to huge stone fireplaces dating from the 17th century and plenty of wood panelling. A thoughtful refurbishment has added a bright contemporary design to the public rooms with flock velvet chairs and Moroccan tiles.


Facilities are limited as this is essentially an inn with rooms, but the service is friendly and attentive. A little residents' lounge is hidden away in the heart of the hotel and is the place to go for local information or to pick up a book or board game on a wet day.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms vary in size, with the largest boasting an in-room roll-top bath or a decked terrace with an outdoor hot tub. Even the smallest rooms come with nice design features such as vintage telephones and radios, oak furniture, low-hung pendant lamps and Hypnos beds. Some rooms have sea views.

Room types: Luxury Single, Luxury Double/Twin, Superior Suite

Key amenities: ensuite shower or bath, Hynos bed, tea and coffee facilities, TV, desk, free Wi-Fi


Both the pub and the restaurant have a good reputation for hearty portions of tasty food (the same menu is available in both). Choose from classic seaside dishes such as oysters, seared scallops or shellfish bisque, or opt for a steak or burger instead. Local liberation ales are on tap.

The Brasserie: fresh seafood and extensive wine list. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from £14.

The Westward: pub serving classic dishes and locally brewed ales.

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