- At a Glance
- Our Review
Upgrade to a deluxe room if available. Plus (all guests) half a bottle of champagne, home made shortbread and fresh fruit.
Sumptuous address in a lush Jersey valley
Jersey’s swishest and grandest hotel sits pretty in lush green countryside a few miles from the cliffs and coastal paths of this inviting island just a short hop from the Normandy coast.
Know It All
Hit the spot
A haven of civility near St Helier.
Come here for...
? A sumptuous Relais & Châteaux experience – the jewel in Jersey's hotel crown. ? Over 16 acres of gorgeous grounds and woodland. ? Poolside BBQs in summer. ? Croquet on the lawn.
There's an extensive DVD library, free wi-fi throughout, an outdoor swimming pool and a tennis court.
Good to know
Dress the part – this is where Jersey's A-listers stay.
28 rooms and 3 suites
Rooms are designed with every comfort, right down to the cordless phones, home made shortbread, fresh flowers, fruit and scented candles. Some have roll-top baths or a working fireplace.
Shut the door to your very own turret: the Tower suite awaits, with its oversize stone bath and direct access to the gardens.
Eat & Drink
Dining at Longueville Manor is an undeniable treat. Head chef Andrew Baird and his team have a heap of culinary awards under their belt, and menus feature much of the produce grown in the manor's own kitchen garden. Dine in the Oak Room, wih its 16th century wood panelling, or the light and bright Garden room – starting your night at the well stocked cocktail bar. Then dig into hand dived local scallops, lamb with slow-roasted plum tomatoes, French beans and sautéed sweetbreads, and traditional tarte tatin.
Breakfast is served until 10am. Choices include smokes salmon and scrambled eggs.
Available 24 hours a day.
See & Do
Top visitor attractions include Jersey Zoo, set up by conservationist Gerald Durrell. The gorillas and orang utans here are hilarious – just like families back home with stroppy kids and grumpy dads. Much-photographed Mont Orgueil castle at Gorey is a major landmark, while the Jersey War Tunnels and German Underground Hospital are poignant reminders of the island's occupation during World War Two. For walkers, Jersey's cliffy coastal paths are unbeatable in late spring, when flowers carpet the hedgerows.
Slurp one of the island's best-known exports at the Jersey Oyster festival at Grouville.
Watch the daytime and moonlight parades at the Battle of Flowers, when it's a wall-to-wall carnival atmosphere.
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ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
GBP 170-850Check In
MiddayMinimum Night Stay
Two nights at weekendsOpen/Closed
Open all yearAir Conditioning
Dogs welcomeWedding License?
Yes. Up to 65 guests can be accommodated.
St Saviour, Jersey, Channel islands JE2 7WFParking
There is free guest parkingTrains
There is no rail travel on the island, though Connex buses operate around JerseyTaxis
GBP 15 from the airportAirport
Jersey – seven milesFerries and Hydrofoils
Condor Ferries operate ferries to Jersey daily from Weymouth or Poole.