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JerseyHeritage / Radio Tower JerseyHeritage  /  Radio Tower

Set on a cliff top overlooking Corbière lighthouse on Jersey’s south-west tip, the Radio Tower provides stunning self-catering accommodation over six floors and boasts a 360-degree view. The Radio Tower is one of Jersey’s most iconic sites and is one of our most popular with visitors and residents alike. Standing on the south-west tip of Jersey’s shoreline, the tower has the most amazing views from the lounge, no matter what the weather. Built during the Second World War by German ...

JerseyHeritage / Barge Aground JerseyHeritage  /  Barge Aground

The iconic Barge Aground is uniquely positioned in the stunning St Ouen’s Bay with direct access to the beach. Built in the 1930s, this is the last of the seaside follies and chalets which once lined the bay. Barge Aground sits in the rugged landscape of the dunes in Jersey’s only national park, close to the nature reserve. In early summer a walk will take you through fields of native orchids and throughout the year the area teems with bird life - watch out for the marsh harriers who live...

JerseyHeritage / Fort Leicester JerseyHeritage  /  Fort Leicester

Spread over three levels, this magnificent 19th century fort sits above the picturesque harbour of Bouley Bay and has a private garden and terrace. Named after the Earl of Leicester, a favourite of Queen Elizabeth I, Fort Leicester has military history dating back to the late 16th century. The Fort sits above the picturesque harbour of Bouley Bay and has been restored to reflect its diverse military history. The Fort housed single cannon when it was constructed in the 16th century, nearly...

JerseyHeritage / Stable Apartment At Hamptonne JerseyHeritage  /  Stable Apartment At Hamptonne

A cosy, fully equipped self-catering apartment in the heart of Jersey’s countryside, perfect for a romantic escape or a family holiday. Hamptonne is steeped in rural history with over 45 acres to explore. Located in the heart of Jersey’s countryside, Hamptonne is a beautifully restored farm with a collection of thatched granite houses, stables and meadows. It is an idyllic, model farm offering a memorable setting for a relaxing family break or romantic getaway. The Stable Apartment is one...

JerseyHeritage / Kempt Tower JerseyHeritage  /  Kempt Tower

Kempt Tower is our most recently converted property and is already popular for extended family holidays in Jersey. This historic Martello Tower has been restored with all modern conveniences and fully equipped as a self-catering property. Kempt Tower in St Ouen’s Bay on the west coast of the Island was built in 1834 as a defensive tower against possible French invasion. Constructed with Jersey granite, the ground floor was used to store weapons and ammunition whilst the upper floor housed t...

JerseyHeritage / Cider Barn Apartment At Hamptonne JerseyHeritage  /  Cider Barn Apartment At Hamptonne

Nestled amongst the thatch and granite of a 15th Century farmstead, Hamptonne Cider Barn Apartment provides an idyllic family holiday in the heart of Jersey’s countryside. Located in the heart of Jersey’s countryside, Hamptonne is a beautifully restored farm with a collection of thatched granite houses, stables and meadows. It is an idyllic, model farm offering a memorable setting for a relaxing family break or romantic getaway. The Cider Barn apartment is one of two well-appointed apartm...

JerseyHeritage / La Crete Fort JerseyHeritage  /  La Crete Fort

Nestling on a headland, this tranquil property is built on Jersey’s rugged north coast and is surrounded on three sides by the sea. Regarded as ‘an icon of the Island’s strong sense of individuality and self-determination’, La Crête Fort has held military importance since a rampart was built on the site during 16th century. Nestled on the headland overlooking France and other Channel Islands, the property is surrounded on three sides by the sea. Renovated as part of the Tourism D...

JerseyHeritage / Fisherman`s Cottage JerseyHeritage  /  Fisherman`s Cottage

Fisherman’s Cottage dates from 18th Century and overlooks the bay of La Greve D’Azette in Jersey's main town of St Helier. It has been sensitively restored to create a comfortable, cosy self-catering cottage. With fabulous views across Havre des Pas, The Violet Bank (a recently declared Ramsar Wetland zone) and St Clement’s Bay, Fisherman’s Cottage offers much more than meets the eye. Tucked away on Mount Bingham, this charming cottage has been lovingly restored by the Parish of St H...

JerseyHeritage / Seymour Tower JerseyHeritage  /  Seymour Tower

Join your very own guide for a once-in-a-lifetime experience staying overnight, two miles offshore. Completely surrounded by sea twice a day, Seymour Tower offers a fantastic base for exploring Jersey's marine wilderness at low tide. Accommodating up to seven people plus your guide, Seymour Tower offers a truly unique experience. Standing on a rocky outcrop off the south-east tip of Jersey in an internationally recognised RAMSAR wetlands site, the Tower offers guests the ultimate retreat away...

JerseyHeritage / Archirondel Tower JerseyHeritage  /  Archirondel Tower

Close to St Catherine’s woods, the impressive St Catherine’s Breakwater and secluded beaches, Archirondel Tower provides a perfect coastal base while you explore the north-eastern corner of Jersey. Built on a rocky outcrop in St Catherine’s Bay in 1792, Archirondel Tower was used as a garrison for artillery soldiers and has been a key defensive point throughout Jersey's history. Linked to the shore by the abandoned southern arm of St Catherine's Breakwater, the Tower has been converted ...

JerseyHeritage / Lewis`s Tower JerseyHeritage  /  Lewis`s Tower

Lewis's Tower sits in the rugged landscape of the dunes, close to a nature reserve. The Tower has direct beach access and makes a perfect base for exploring the majestic sweep of St Ouen's Bay. Built in 1835 to defend Jersey’s coast against French attack, Lewis's Tower is one of several fortifications built in St Ouen’s Bay at that time. Split over three levels, this granite tower provides basic coastal tower accommodation with electricity and lighting but is not connected to any other ut...

JerseyHeritage / L`Etacquerel Fort JerseyHeritage  /  L`Etacquerel Fort

Traverse the winding coastal path, lower the drawbridge and enter your own fort on the stunning, rugged north coast of Jersey. Built in the mid-19th Century on a cliff side overlooking Bouley Bay, L'Etacquerel Fort is a great base for exploring Jersey's rugged north coast or holding a get together with the friends. Built with traditional Jersey granite, the property itself is very basic, with no running water or electricity but what it lacks in mod-cons it makes up for in character and stunn...