Choose from a wide selection of hotels near the Frances Le Sueur Centre, part of the picturesque Les Mielles Circular Walk on the Jersey's photogenic western coast.
More About the Frances Le Sueur Centre
The centre is now used by the Men of the Trees conservation organisation, having previously been the residence of rangers of the States of Jersey. Close by is the scenic Le Val es Reux, where in warm summer spells you can observe hundreds of exotic butterflies, and in walking distance is the viewpoint of L'Etacq where you can witness a wonderful view of St. Ouen's Bay.
The Les Mielles Circular Walk typically takes around two to three hours, beginning and ending at La Mare au Seigneur head, and passing through picturesque woodlands and the La Mielle de Morville nature reserve.
About St. Ouen's Bay
One of the finest sandy beaches in Jersey, St. Ouen's Bay is about five miles wide, and is a great spot to watch the sunset. Thanks to its exposed location and big Atlantic waves, it is popular with surfers, and is an ideal retreat when you want to get away from the crowds during the peak holiday season. Have a coffee at the Le Braye café, or enjoy delicious meals at one of the restaurants nearby.
Comfortable Hotel Rooms in Jersey
Wherever you stay near the Frances Le Sueur Centre, you can look forward to pleasant accommodation with good quality single or double bedding. Most hotel rooms also have WiFi, and many contain en-suite bathrooms and tea and coffee amenities for your convenience.
Other Places of Interest Nearby
Just a short drive from hotels near the Frances Le Sueur Centre is Saint Brélade, which overlooks stunning sandy coves and was once the home of the influential French 20th-century anti-war campaigner and photographer Claude Cahun.
A little further afield is the historic port of St. Helier, the administrative capital of Jersey and a busy port offering ferries to mainland France and the English South Coast. Visit the impressive 16th-century Elizabeth Castle, book a show at the Jersey Opera House, and spend some time at the Jersey Museum to learn more about this island's fascinating cultural and military heritage.