The hotel is approximately 4 km from the centre of Saint Helier. The beach is only about 1.5 km away and a park and shops are within walking distance. There is a bus stop only a few steps from the hotel. Durrell Wildlife Conservation Park is around 6 km away, Samares Manor about 2 km away and Mont Orgueil Castle around 5 km away. The hotel is 8 km from Jersey Airport.
This air-conditioned country house hotel was renovated in 2011. It is arguably Jersey's most highly acclaimed hotel. Understated service, fine food and attention to detail make this hotel a unique haven of luxury and indulgence. The hotel has a total of 30 rooms and suites. Guests are welcomed in the lobby, which also offers a 24-hour reception and a 24-hour check-out service, as well as a lift providing access to the upper floors. The hotel also features a restaurant and conference facilities. Wireless Internet access is available and guests may make use of the room and laundry services.
The rooms and suites are all individual, each exhibiting an ambience and character of its own. They are all en suite and feature a bath and shower, as well as a double or king-size bed. The rooms also offer an iPod docking station, the latest flat-screen satellite/cable TV with DVD player, a cordless telephone and complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access. They come equipped with a hairdryer, radio, hifi, mini fridge, ironing set, tea and coffee making facilities and central heating as standard.
Guests can enjoy relaxing on the sandy beach.
The hotel offers a continental breakfast buffet.
The hotel can be found just east of Saint Helier on the A3 (Longueville Road), travelling in the direction of Gorey. The property is accessed by a left turn off Longueville Road approximately 2 km from the centre of Saint Helier, at a point between Old Brickfield Lane and La Rue Saint-Thomas.
Distance to city centre 4km
Distance to beach 1.5km
Distance to airport 3km
Address: 01534725501, St Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands
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We booked for two nights and had an amazing experience. We stayed in a beautiful suite called the Tower Suite which was spectacular and comprised three separate rooms. All three were spacious, comfortable and luxurious but the bathroom in particular was out of this world. Huge walk-in shower, his and her sinks and a bath big enough for two. If that wasn’t enough there was even a TV.
The food we had in the restaurant was stunning and the staff, as always, were helpful, attentive and knowledgeable. Breakfast was beautifully cooked to order and as healthy (or unhealthy) as you wish. We also had afternoon tea served in the room which was delicious.
The whole stay was simply flawless and nothing was too much trouble for the staff. If you are looking for a place in which to unwind, escape and luxuriate we could not recommend Longueville Manor more.
The property is stunning and the grounds are great however for such a high price you would expect better decor and cleanliness. Rooms were a very good size but the bathrooms are very dated. Need air conditioning in the rooms.
Our first stay cation thanks to COVID Great place superb accommodation superb staff good food especially the cooked breakfast will have to go back again for a longer stay sometime probably will if the travel restrictions remain in force but who cares when we have places like this on our doorstep