|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
The East Wing of a beautiful granite house set in the quiet countryside The location is ideal for those who enjoy scenic country walks and a relaxing holiday.
Arrivals are Saturday to Saturday in blocks of 7 days from end of March to end October
November to March any day arrival is possible on a minimum 7 day charge period basis
The apartment is centrally heated and double glazed and faces South. The private balcony is perfect for alfresco eating and sunbathing. The apartment overlooks a large ornamental garden with koi carp fish pond. The garden is an absolute delight. Guests also have the use of a large grassed meadow which is ideal for ball games with the children. Children of all ages are most welcome. A cot and high chair can be provided on advance request. Cot linen is not provided. The owners provide lots of information about all the things to do and see in the island and have a wide personal knowledge of the island and its history, they do however very much respect clients privacy and leave them to enjoy their holiday undisturbed. Wi-fi internet coverage provided to help clients that need to keep in touch with office and e-mails, please bring your own laptop.
The cottage style accommodation is situated on the first floor and has its own private entrance. There is only one apartment for letting and therefore there will be no disturbance from other guests.
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A rich tapestry of British and continental influences makes Jersey the most enchanting of British isle destinations. The island is divided into 12 parish areas. Occasional villages provide a focal point for parish life. Even today you will still sometimes hear Jerriais (the original language of Jersey). Nowhere is far, the island is just 9 miles by 5.
The country parishes offer a pace that is suited to the breathtaking scenery with beautiful bays, cliff walks and open countryside. Jersey's award winning 'Green Lane' scheme is a network of country lanes where traffic speed is reduced to 15 miles per hour. This makes an ideal environment for walkers and cyclists. Many beaches have won international acclaim for their level of cleanliness both in and out of the water.
Jersey is proud of its diverse heritage, which is in evidence throughout the island. Gerald Durrell's world famous Wildlife Conservation Trust along with the islands unique flora and fauna are great attractions for those interested in nature. An abundance of excellent sport and water sport facilities exists to tempt - surfing, water skiing, sailboarding, jet ski, scuba diving, etc.
Jersey has a massive range of restaurants serving lots of local produce as well as fresh fish and different food styles from around the world as well as traditional British Fare. The fish market is a must-see in St Helier and a real experience. A delight if you enjoy cooking and lots of things to put on the barbecue too.
The Channel Islands are the only part of Britain to be occupied during the second world war and this is well documented at award winning venues throughout the island. You can visit the Ancient Mont orgueil castle where the atmosphere of times gone past have been recreated. Just 5 minutes walk from us is the Hamptonne Museum that shows farm life in Jersey as it was in the 17th Century. Its so authentic that filming took place here for a famous holywood movie (who's name I forget right now!)
For the younger at heart there is a lively nightlife in St Helier with lots of bars and clubs to dance the night away.
St Lawrence is a delightful country parish towards the south of the island. Predominantly the parish is farming and residential development. Lots of green lanes for walkers and cyclists.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|