A striking observation tower built during the Second World War converted into excellent self-catering accommodation. Standing on the south-west tip of Jersey’s shoreline within Jersey's National Park, the tower has the most amazing views from the lounge, no matter what the weather.
Prix: £200 - £335
Built during the Second World War by German Occupying Forces, the tower has been sympathetically restored in a German modernist Bauhaus style with a concrete staircase winding through the centre of the building over six floors. Original features include observation slots on the seaward side and steel doors on the ground floor. The second to fourth floors house three identical double bedrooms, each customised within the rounded walls of the tower within the rounded walls of the tower with fitted wardrobes and their own adjacent shower room. The kitchen, WC, occupies the fourth floor and is fitted with modern appliances and custom worktops. All our prices based on a 7 night stay. During the low season we also offer 2/3 night stays.
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Rue De Lane Corbiere