Jersey

The popluar island of Jersey is off the coast of Normandy in France. It is 45 square miles and has some fabulous beaches, rugged cliff tops and so many places to visit from floral gardens to historic sites. Many of the inland roads have a speed limit of 15 mph and priority is given to walkers, horse riders and cyclists. The island has many different resorts and a host of places to stay.
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Hamptonne Country Life Museum is a unique insight into the rural life carried on in Jersey for centuries. Play in the adventure playground and meet the resident animals.
Enjoy a treatment, spa day or break at Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa, Jersey, stylish and contemporary, guaranteeing guests an exceptional experience.
Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa offers one of the finest selections of restaurants on the island, with 4 AA Rosette Tassili and Victoria's brasserie.
Grand Jersey Hotel is a stylish and sophisticated hotel and spa offering 123 unique bedrooms and suites.
Dark wood panelling, smart white linen and comfortably spaced tables provide a suitably grown up environment for the sophisticated cooking of one of the Channel Islands best known chefs. Shaun Rankin has garnered both critical acclaim and national TV exposure for his intricate and sometimes daring cooking. You could start a meal here with an unusual pairing of goats cheese ice cream with carrot and tomato jelly and follow with the classical combination of roast fillet of Angus beef with woodl...
Uncover stories of Jersey's colourful history from the Ice Age to the German Occupation as you visit the award-winning Jersey Museum and Art Gallery in St Helier. Here, heroes and villains rub shoulders with cattle and potatoes; you can learn the story of local actress and socialite Lillie Langtry (plus admire Millais' famous portrait of her) and be transported back to 19th century Jersey with a visit to the gas-lit Merchant's House. It's amazing to think you can trace history back 250,000 ye...
The fortunes of Jersey have always been intricately linked with the sea that surrounds it and the Maritime Museum in St Helier explores this relationship. Through a series of exhibits which are designed to be seen, touched, heard and smelt, visitors learn the story of Jersey's seafaring past. Sitting on the pretty harbour at St Helier, the museum gives you the chance to feel the full force of a gale, learn about the tides and design a ship. You will hear shanties sung by salty sea dogs and le...
The Club Hotel and Spa Hotel offers visitors the Michelin Star Bohemia Restaurant and Bar; Rooftop Cocktail Garden; Ivy Clad Terrace with Heated Pool and Sun Loungers; Honesty Bar with Small Library; and the lavish Club Spa with Rasul Mud Chamber, Indoor Salt Water Pool and Thermal Suite.
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