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With direct access to the beach, this St. Brelade hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Sir Winston Churchill Memorial Gardens, St Brelade's Bay Beach and St. ...
Nestled on the beach, this St. Brelade hotel is within a 5-minute walk of St Brelade's Bay Beach and Sir Winston Churchill Memorial Gardens. Reg's Garden and ...
Situated near the airport, this luxury hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of La Moye Golf Club, Corbiere Lighthouse and St. Brelade's Church. Jersey Lavender Farm ...
Located in St. Helier, this beachfront hotel is in the city centre and within a 15-minute walk of Jersey Opera House, Jersey Museum and Elizabeth Castle. Jersey ...
At any time of year, St. Brelade, with its enchanting sandy beach and sublime sea views, is a feast for the eyes. It's well within reach of numerous hotels and bed and breakfast venues in St. Helier and the rest of Jersey, and is just a short drive from Jersey Airport.
Saint Brelade's soft golden sand is well suited to sunbathing and attracts many families and couples during the school summer holidays. The sea is also very safe for paddling and swimming at all tide levels, which makes Saint Brelade an ideal choice for families with young children.
If you are a family with young children, you may be able to request additional bedding free of charge or for a daily supplement. Often, hotel rooms can accommodate up to two adults and two children, although you may be able to book adjoining rooms so you can enjoy extra space and more comfort.
Many hotels near Saint Brelade provide guests a delicious, full-English or continental breakfast, which will often include an assortment of fresh fruit, cereals, toast and croissants, to set you up for a busy day's sightseeing.
Go to the Jersey Museum and Art Gallery in Saint Helier and see its thought-provoking Surrealist photographs by eminent French photographer Claude Cahun. Following the Fall of France in 1940, a few years after moving to Saint Brelade, Cahun and her life-long partner and esteemed photographer Marcel Moore worked tirelessly to campaign against the war. Cahun and Moore were imprisoned by the Nazis in 1944, although they were released after the Liberation of Jersey in 1945. They spent their final years in St Brelade.
The resting place of Cahun and Moore 11th century Saint Brelade's Church was originally a small monastery, and was converted into a parish church by the 12th Century. It's noted for its Fisherman's Chapel, which was one of only a minority of monastic chapels to survive after the 16th-century Reformation.
Many hotel lobbies also display dozens of tourism leaflets so you can quickly learn about other attractions to visit during your trip to Jersey.