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OVERVIEW

A 19th-century gabled hotel overlooking the bay and the harbour at St Aubin's. Enjoy the tropical planting in the gardens and the sheltered outdoor pool, and dine on lobster and seafood in the restaurant with panoramic views of the sea. Plenty of rooms have sea views and some have terraces.


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OUR REVIEW

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

The hotel is on a hill perched above St Aubin's, a quaint harbour village with 16th-century merchant houses, cobbled streets and a strip of bars and restaurants along the front. Belcroute Bay is a 20-minute walk from the hotel and is a good spot for sea swimming. St Aubin's Fort, which is visible from the hotel, is built on a tidal island and it's possible to walk out to it at low tide.

By plane: flights from London Heathrow to Jersey take around 1 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). Free parking available. Book boats.

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

This many-gabled villa was designed in the 19th century and built to resemble a Swiss chalet. Inside period features remain, such as an intricately carved bar and marble fireplaces in the public rooms. The restaurant has bright contemporary furnishings and walls painted a bold teal colour.

THE FACILITIES

The attractive outdoor pool is seasonally heated (May to September) and the garden is packed with palm trees and hydrangeas giving it a tropical feel. You won't be short of a lounger on the grounds, or you can nestle on a sofa in the lounge and peruse the collection of books and board games.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Swimming pool
  • Board games
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

Rooms vary in size and shape depending on where they are in the building, with many having fabulous sea views. Furniture is a mix of antique desks and wardrobes and contemporary soft furnishings. Superior rooms come with super king-sized beds and some have dual-aspect windows for a variety of views.

Room types: Single Inland, Classic Inland, Classic Sea View, Superior Sea View, Superior Garden Sea View

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

FOOD AND DRINK

Tides restaurant has one of the best views on the island. You can watch the sun go down over the bay and the promenade lights flickering on. The menu celebrates local ingredients and half-board guests get a three-course set menu with dishes such as steak and chips or fillet of seabass.

Tides Restaurant: elegant dining room, harbour views. Seasonal, creative cuisine. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Set menu from £36.

Voyager Curiosity Lounge Bar: eclectic bar and lounge. Bar snacks served daily, 12-8:30pm. Afternoon tea served Mon-Sat, 2:30-4:30pm.

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