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Accommodations in Jersey

Home/Apartment
Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceIl se trouve au pied des remparts a 50 m de la plus belle plage de ST MALO intra muros ( avec piscine d'eau de mer) Dans rue tranquille et calme . Dans le centre historique de saint MALO vous ferez tout à pied : commerces et restaurants , ballades , Guest AccessUne carte gratuite de stationnement dans la ville .les draps sont fournis et plus si besoin Interaction with GuestsConseils sur les lieux de visite, bonnes adresses ... Getting AroundGare TGV saint Malo ( je peux vous prendre) Bus .
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThis is one of the closest properties to the sea on St. Ouen's Beach, the views of Corbiere lighthouse in the south, and across to Guernsey in the north. Climb down a few steps and you're on St. Ouen's beach, with its almost 5 miles of golden sand. Great spot for surf fishing, boogie boarding and surfing. Guest AccessGuests can use use our large garden, bbq, outdoor seating area, and the private tennis court. Don't forget to sit on the seawall to watch the sunsets! Interaction with GuestsAs we live on site, we are available to help our guests with any questions at most times during the day. The NeighborhoodThe area is very peaceful, with generally only the sound of the sea and the breeze, along with the early morning birdsong to be heard. The property is next to La Saline slipway, which is a popular destination for boogie boarders, and just a short walk down the beach lies "Secrets", one of the top surfing spots on the island. Getting AroundThe nearest bus stop is a short walk away, but buses arrive only hourly. A hire car would allow our guests more independence, but many sites of interest can be reached either on foot or bicycle from our property. The nearest shop is just over 1 mile away. Car parking for the annex is available is provided directly in front of the property. Other Things to NoteThere's enough parking space for a large mobile home.
Tower
Excellent
2 reviews
1br Tower
  • Pets Allowed
Kempt Tower is our most recently converted property and is already popular for extended family holidays in Jersey. This historic Martello Tower has been restored with all modern conveniences and fully equipped as a self-catering property. Kempt Tower in St Ouen's Bay on the west coast of the Island was built in 1834 as a defensive tower against possible French invasion. Constructed with Jersey granite, the ground floor was used to store weapons and ammunition whilst the upper floor housed ten troops and their commanding officer. The Tower, which was restored in 2014, has the best of both worlds, with being a stone's throw from the beach below but with some of the Island's top restaurants only a short walk away. If you're looking for the ultimate holiday for the whole family there are several surf schools nearby and also picturesque paths through Jersey's wetland nature reserve and sand dunes. Sleeping up to 12 guests in an open plan living space, this property is a jewel within the bay of St Ouen. It has a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable lounge area with flat screen TV with Freesat, spacious dining area and a fantastic roof terrace with 360 degree views across the whole of the bay and beyond. The tower is available to hire throughout the year and is even great for a cosy winter's evening with a wood burning stove or after a long summer day spent in the surf or exploring the surrounding wetlands and dunes. Enjoy evening drinks and a BBQ on the easily accessible roof terrace, watching the sun set over the breath-taking landscape.
Bungalow
Excellent
3 reviews
2br Bungalow
    The iconic Barge Aground is uniquely positioned in the stunning St Ouen's Bay with direct access to the beach. Built in the 1930s, this is the last of the seaside follies and chalets which once lined the bay. Barge Aground sits in the rugged landscape of the dunes in Jersey's only national park, close to the nature reserve. In early summer a walk will take you through fields of native orchids and throughout the year the area teems with bird life - watch out for the marsh harriers who live in the area. Accommodating six people, the décor has a 1930s theme, with walnut wooden floors and some original 1930s furniture. Two adult twin bunkrooms are located in the 'stern' of the property while the kitchen and bathroom adjoin the large lounge and diner. There is a comfortable double sofa bed in the 'prow' of the building sleeping two people. Double doors open onto a large terrace which overlooks the bay and is perfect for watching the sun go down. Once the summer home to Jersey resident, George Lionel Cox, Barge Aground was requisitioned during the German Occupation of the Channel Islands and used as a canteen. It then became a clinic for people with speech disorders and from the 1970s was used by the Scout Association as a camping site and event ground. The folly was restored in 2005 as part of the 'Forts and Towers' project; a collaboration to restore historical properties between States of Jersey's Environment Department, Jersey Tourism and Jersey Heritage. Barge Aground is great for either a family break, with the beach on your doorstep, or a romantic break for two. The property is close to many beachfront cafés and restaurants which are dotted along St Ouen's Beach with several surf schools close by and two golf courses are also a short distance away.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    2 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
      Stunning views and dramatic sunsets across the wide sweep of St Ouen's Bay can be enjoyed from this delightful property. This one bedroom apartment is attached to the owner's house and has a sheltered south and west facing patio and its own entrance. The sandy beach is just a short distance away and several restaurants are within walking distance making this is a perfect base for a relaxing holiday. Ground: Kitchen with dining area. Shower room with shower, basin and toilet. 2 internal steps to .... Lower level: Lounge. Bedroom with double bed. Exterior: 4 external steps to patio. West facing patio with sea view with table, chairs and sunloungers. There are many other delightful walks nearby including those in and around the La Mielle de Morville* Conservation area and the St Ouen's Pond* area, St. Ouen's bay has wonderful light quality for Artists and Photographers. There is a challenging 18-hole public golf course in the bay where there is a popular restaurant and bar. *La Mielle de Morville translated from Jersey Norman French means the dunes of Morville. It forms the remains of a once extensive sand dune system which occupied the entire area of the bay of St Ouen; from the shore line to the ancient cliffs at the back of the bay. *St Ouen's Pond and its surrounding reedbed has an enviable list of birds to its name. Marsh Harrier, Bearded Tit, Cetti's, Reed and Sedge Warblers, alongside Lapwings, Shovelers and occasionally Common Pochard are among the breeding birds.
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      1 review
      1br Home/Apartment
        St Ouen's Bay Apartment is modern and spacious and set in a lovely location on the beautiful west coast of the island - renowned for the size of the sweeping bay and also a mecca for surfers. There are sea views from the lounge, bedroom and patio and the apartment is ideally situated to enjoy the stunning colours of the setting evening sun. Booking now for next year and beyond. There are several restaurants within walking distance and the sandy beach is just a short stroll away. With direct access to many stunning walks including those in and around the La Mielle de Morville Conservation area and the St Ouen's Pond area, this is a perfect base for a relaxing holiday. St. Ouen's Bay has wonderful light quality for Artists and Photographers. There is a challenging 18-hole public golf course in the bay where there is a popular restaurant and bar. The owner is a working Potter who exhibits locally and has her own small studio on the premises. She would be happy to demonstrate her work. French and german spoken by the owner.
        Tower
        Excellent
        3 reviews
        1br Tower
        • Pets Allowed
        DRIFT RETREATS are a unique wellbeing experience in St Ouen's Bay. Drift Retreats are all-inclusive retreats staying in the historic Kempt Tower in St Ouen's Bay renovated with all the mod-cons. The Retreats include two x Yoga sessions daily, one x Surf or SUP lesson daily and all meals including juices / smoothies / teas. The food is delicious vegetarian banquets with gluten-free, dairy-free and Raw available. Come and reconnect with nature in Jersey's National Park. Our next available retreats are: Friday 23rd September - Monday 26th September Friday 30th September - Monday 3rd October Friday 7th October - Monday 10th October Book early to avoid disappointment.
        tower
        Excellent
        3 reviews
        1br tower
        • Pets Allowed
        DRIFT RETREATS are a unique wellbeing experience in St Ouen's Bay. Drift Retreats are all-inclusive retreats staying in the historic Kempt Tower in St Ouen's Bay renovated with all the mod-cons. The Retreats include two x Yoga sessions daily, one x Surf or SUP lesson daily and all meals including juices / smoothies / teas. The food is delicious vegetarian banquets with gluten-free, dairy-free and Raw available. Come and reconnect with nature in Jersey's National Park. Our next available retreats are: Friday 23rd September - Monday 26th September Friday 30th September - Monday 3rd October Friday 7th October - Monday 10th October Book early to avoid disappointment.
        bungalow
        Excellent
        3 reviews
        2br bungalow
          The iconic Barge Aground is uniquely positioned in the stunning St Ouen's Bay with direct access to the beach. Built in the 1930s, this is the last of the seaside follies and chalets which once lined the bay. Barge Aground sits in the rugged landscape of the dunes in Jersey's only national park, close to the nature reserve. In early summer a walk will take you through fields of native orchids and throughout the year the area teems with bird life - watch out for the marsh harriers who live in the area. Accommodating six people, the dĂŠcor has a 1930s theme, with walnut wooden floors and some original 1930s furniture. Two adult twin bunkrooms are located in the 'stern' of the property while the kitchen and bathroom adjoin the large lounge and diner. There is a comfortable double sofa bed in the 'prow' of the building sleeping two people. Double doors open onto a large terrace which overlooks the bay and is perfect for watching the sun go down. Once the summer home to Jersey resident, George Lionel Cox, Barge Aground was requisitioned during the German Occupation of the Channel Islands and used as a canteen. It then became a clinic for people with speech disorders and from the 1970s was used by the Scout Association as a camping site and event ground. The folly was restored in 2005 as part of the 'Forts and Towers' project; a collaboration to restore historical properties between States of Jersey's Environment Department, Jersey Tourism and Jersey Heritage. Barge Aground is great for either a family break, with the beach on your doorstep, or a romantic break for two. The property is close to many beachfront cafĂŠs and restaurants which are dotted along St Ouen's Beach with several surf schools close by and two golf courses are also a short distance away. Barge Aground is located on the shore of St Ouen's Bay - an expanse of golden sand exposed to the full force of the Atlantic. These waves make St Ouen's Bay one of the best surfing beaches in Europe. The hinterland, of sand dunes, farmland and St Ouen's Pond - the largest natural freshwater pond in the Island - comprises Jersey's only national park. Jersey is thoroughly British but with a distinct French flavour. Although firecely loyal to the Crown for more than 800 years, the French influence lingers on in local surnames and place and street names. The capital St Helier is packed with continental style bistros, restaurants and pavement cafes. You do not need a passport to visit the Channel Islands unless you intend taking a day trip to France which is a short hop away by sea or air. You will need proof of identity for flights and sea travel to the Island. As on the UK mainland the currency is sterling but Euros are accepted in many shops and other outlets. There is plenty to do in the Island from guided walks to a visit to one of the Jersey Heritage's six historic sites, Durrell or the Jersey War Tunnels. Day excursions can also be made to the other islands. Barge Aground is a boat-shaped seaside folly built in the 1930's has direct access to the beautiful bay of St Ouen's. The property sits in the rugged landscape of the dunes in Jersey's only national park, close to the nature reserve.
          fort
          Excellent
          2 reviews
          1br fort
            Kempt Tower is our most recently converted property and is already popular for extended family holidays in Jersey. This historic Martello Tower has been restored with all modern conveniences and fully equipped as a self-catering property. Kempt Tower in St Ouen's Bay on the west coast of the Island was built in 1834 as a defensive tower against possible French invasion. Constructed with Jersey granite, the ground floor was used to store weapons and ammunition whilst the upper floor housed ten troops and their commanding officer. The Tower, which was restored in 2014, has the best of both worlds, with being a stone's throw from the beach below but with some of the Island's top restaurants only a short walk away. If you're looking for the ultimate holiday for the whole family there are several surf schools nearby and also picturesque paths through Jersey's wetland nature reserve and sand dunes. Sleeping up to 12 guests in an open plan living space, this property is a jewel within the bay of St Ouen. It has a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable lounge area with flat screen TV with Freesat, spacious dining area and a fantastic roof terrace with 360 degree views across the whole of the bay and beyond. The tower is available to hire throughout the year and is even great for a cosy winter's evening with a wood burning stove or after a long summer day spent in the surf or exploring the surrounding wetlands and dunes. Enjoy evening drinks and a BBQ on the easily accessible roof terrace, watching the sun set over the breath-taking landscape. Kempt Tower is a truly unique holiday let for up to 12 guests; located a stones throw from the beach in the grassy dunes of St Ouen, close to National Trust Wetlands and surf schools this is the perfect property for both nature lovers and the adventurous. Kempt Tower in the heart of St Ouen's Bay is popular for extended family holidays in Jersey.