Relax and enjoy the famous Jersey hospitality on your next island break with a guest house stay. Dotted all across the island, from beachside locations such as the stunning St. Brelade’s Bay to the vibrant capital – St. Helier; right through to coastal retreats on the wild west coast or the beautiful Bouley Bay in the north. Whether you choose budget friendly or boutique; a guest house can provide the perfect home from home where you can step out, breathe in the island air, refresh, relax and rebalance when you want.

Experience a warm Jersey welcome.

Incredible hospitality awaits at a guest house in the island break. Explore all the options and find your perfect base.

A view of St. Helier and the marina

Stay in the thick of it.

Jersey’s capital of St. Helier could be the ideal location for your Jersey holiday. If you love to be right where the action is and enjoy the convenience of being central, then explore St. Helier’s guest houses.

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Self-catering stays.
Camping, apartments or castles. Dive into a private pool or dip your toes in the sand as you step out from a beachfront villa. Discover
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History and heritage attractions.
Step back in time as you explore castles, museums, bunkers and dolmens that hold the secrets and tales of times gone by. Discover
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Budget friendly places to stay.
From fuss free hostels, camping and glamping to affordable luxury hotels, Jersey offers an island break to suit all tastes. Discover
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Getting around.
From rental cars and cycle hire to the local bus network, there’s a transport option for everyone. Discover
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Art and culture attractions.
With a canvas as beautiful as Jersey, it’s no wonder why there are museums and galleries tucked around every corner. Discover
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Walking holidays.
Wander through wooded valleys and country lanes, or amble along a marina to enjoy local food and drink at a seaside pub. Discover