Beautiful sea-front cottage in St. Helier set within its own private garden, Fisherman’s Cottage dates from 18th century and overlooks the bay of La Greve D’Azette. Sleeping up to four people with a double bedroom, walk-in shower, fully equipped kitchen and a lovely wood-burning stove in the living area with a double sofa bed.
Preis: £146 - £232
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. Helier and is great for a ‘foodie’ break with close proximity to several of the island’s best restaurants and local suppliers of fresh produce. Staying at Fisherman’s Cottage is staying somewhere with a story; from a watch house to a home and then a garden shed, the cottage has had diverse uses over the years. All our prices based on a seven night stay. During the low season we also offer two or three night stays.
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