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While Jersey is seen as a relatively small island, it does have a big choice of accommodation to choose from including hotels with spa facilities, budget hotels or even B&B options, many of which are located in quiet, remote, romantic locations of the Island.
While in Jersey, a visit to Durrell Wildlife Park is a must. Here you can see over 1400 animals set in 32 acres of beautiful parkland. The park was founded over 50 years ago by the late author and naturalist Gerald Durrell to provide a safe haven for endangered species of which 130 of the parks inhabitants currently are. Amongst them include a Western Lowland Gorilla and a Madagascan Lemur. The park provides a perfect opportunity for children of all ages to get up close and observe these endangered but wonderful creatures.
The Jersey War Tunnels is one of the most popular tourist attractions as well being as an important heritage site. The tunnel serves as a reminder of the German occupation of Jersey which lasted almost 5 years during World War Two until the Island’s liberation in 1945. Visitors will be led through the events of evacuation, deportation, captivity and siege, following the story all the way to eventual liberation. Described as intense it is an experience not to miss, it’s a really immersive place with information carefully laid out in a format that’s easily followed. It not only helps to depict life on occupied Jersey, but gives real significance to the many military installations visible throughout the island.
For a family holiday, Jersey is a perfect location with stunning, clean beaches, country walks and waterparks cater for all ages. The aMaizin Adventure Park is one such place with a cereal crop maize opening each year with its own unique design and theme available. The maze opens in July each year, however the park opens in March and has so much more to grab the kid’s attention with golf and outdoor toboggan play areas.
It’s true a family holiday is not complete without a visit to the beach and St Brelades Bay Beach ticks all the boxes. Spectacular views with a backdrop of trees and flowers, along the beachfront are cafes and restaurants catering for all tastes though do try the local fish and chips. The local advice is head north and east for rock pools jam packed with marine life, or south and west for clean sandy beaches.
For music, arts and the best in local entertainment, visit the islands capital St Helier where you will find the very best in theatre, comedy and live music. The jewel in the crown of the music scene is the annual Jersey Live Music Festival, a two day event that has seen some of the UK’s top bands headlining since it began in 2004. Alternatively Jersey Opera House provides quality drama, dance and pantomime suitable for all ages.
Home of the iconic Jersey Royal potato, Jersey is a paradise for food lovers. With restaurants and cafes ranging from fine dining Michelin Star restaurants and award winning family eateries to local pubs and popular food and drinks festivals, Jersey really is a foodie’s paradise.
Very friendly staff, good breakfasts, large room but bed was on the small side. We used the bar, coffee shop and swimming pool. Hotel clean and comfortable, if a little dated in parts.
Lovely staff, breakfast that catered for my fussy vegan/ gluten free needs. The most comfortable bed I’ve ever slept in. Only criticism was that the room was quite chilly, and took a while to heat up.
We always enjoy staying at the Savoy, Jersey. Great staff, food and accommodation very close to the centre of town. Thank you!
the place is very good lots of nice walks and a very good spa plus the whole feel of the hotel is good .. but what made the trip was the staff all very good at customer service its a hotel i will go back too ,