The SpaceA spacious and comfortable room, located on the ground floor of our detached newly restored home to its 1930's roots with direct sea views... It comprises of a super king sized bed, luxury bed linen 100% Egyptian cotton, bath towels, bath robes... it's own minimal, clean lined en suite shower room... DAB radio/iPod dock, separate sport beach towels, picnic basket, picnic blanket... fast fibre optic broadband, a wall mounted Apple TV, tea and coffee making facilities... an old French school desk, hair dryer, a seated area within the bay window to relax, have your breakfast in a bag or a glass of something (there is a guest fridge for your own personal use) & take in that most awesome seaview... The windows are triple glazed so the outdoor traffic noise is very low... Access to plenty of our own reading material for your stay (particularly art/ architecture/ design)... games & a yoga mat & block are available for your use... We take pride in our attention to detail in all aspects of this room from design elements/ aesthetics/ comfort/ facilities as we wish you to experience a little luxury home away from home within your room...
We offer a breakfast bag as an optional extra (£3.50per person per day) that consists of Jersey dairy yoghurt, cereal energy bar (gluten & wheat free), organic banana and OJ... should you decide on this, you can make a request to me and Airbnb will set up a separate listing you can pay though in advance... So you can enjoy a healthy breakfast in the comfort of your room in your pj's or on the go! ; )
We have a little walled front garden you are welcome to lounge in and take in those incredible sea views... Guest AccessYour bedroom/ en suite, outdoor front seated area with seaviews... Interaction with GuestsWe are a friendly, laid back family of three including our active toddler Ida... Ours is a welcoming, friendly home... We live on the first floor so you won't be disturbed... We respect the privacy of our guests but equally always on hand to help/ advise/ chat... The room is on the ground floor by the front door so if you're feeling like you don't want much contact with us that's fine too... we are here if you need us though ; ) The NeighborhoodSt. Aubin is a quaint harbour village with its own pétanque course in the centre (you are welcome to borrow our boules set)... There are various guided walks... the railway walk which starts from St. Aubin village as far as Corbiere lighthouse (a decommissioned old railway line) is ideal for leisurely walks and cycling with no road traffic but woodland and greenery... There are amazing unspoilt golden sandy beaches dotted all over the island and in particular in the west, where we are located.
Should you fancy a cooked breakfast (you are on holidays after all!), we would recommend the Following Eateries (Just A Short Stroll Away Within The Village)
- Fort View
- DL's cafe (harbour gallery)
- The Boat House
- The Cabin
- La Belle Gourmande Delicatessen
- Mellow Yellow
- Murrays restaurant
Jersey is quite the gastronomic little island... You are spoilt for choice for local restaurants within our village alone... Below is a list of some of the restaurants St. Aubin has to offer:
- The Lazin Lizard
- Bon Viveur restaurant
- The Old Courthouse
- The Boathouse
- The Salty Dog
- The Spice House
- Mark Jordan restaurant
- The Tenby pub
Generally, there is plenty to do and see in Jersey with guided tour buses leaving liberation square in the centre of St. Helier, just a 20 minute bus ride away... Including Durrell's Willife Park, Corbiere light house, Jersey War Tunnels, Hougue Bie, numerous German bunkers (which are open with guided tours on various days of the month), The Wetland Centre, The Glass Church, St. Aubin's Fort (can be accessed in low tide), Elizabeth Castle, Gorey Castle... and lots more...
There is a launderette, post office and ATM located in the village. Getting AroundThe public bus no 15 and 12 run every 15 mins from the village (St. Aubin) a one minute walk from the house...
There is also a taxi firm located in the village but it can be expensive in Jersey so I'd advise to get a price for your journey first...
There is Le Petit Train which runs from May to Sept from St. Aubin village to St. Helier... It runs along the seafront promenade taking in the views of the bay and has a running commentary of the local history along the way... You can buy single or return tickets...
There is a bike hire located in our village. Other Things to NoteWe can provide a travel cot, high chair if required.