This historic Martello Tower has been restored with all modern conveniences. Sleeping up to 12 guests in an open plan living space, this property is a jewel within the bay of St. Ouen. It has a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable lounge area with flat screen TV with Freesat, spacious dining area and a fantastic roof terrace with 360 degree views.
Preis: £245 - £364
Kempt Tower in St. Ouen’s Bay on the west coast of the island was built in 1834 as a defensive tower. Constructed with Jersey granite, the ground floor was used to store weapons and ammunition whilst the upper floor housed ten troops and their commanding officer. The Tower was restored in 2014 and is situated in Jersey's National Park, has the best of both worlds, with being a stone’s throw from the beach below but with some of the island’s top restaurants only a short walk away. If you’re looking for the ultimate holiday for the whole family there are several surf schools nearby and paths through Jersey’s wetland and sand dunes. All our prices are based on a seven night stay. During the low season we also offer two or three night stays.
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