Elizabeth Castle Apartment
Sitting one mile off the coast of Jersey’s main town of St. Helier, the castle apartment sits within one of Jersey’s most iconic locations surrounded by the sea twice a day. The apartment, split over two levels, with a recently refurbished kitchen and shower room on the lower level, the apartment sleeps up to six people.
- Seasonal opening
Price: £154 - £229
Elizabeth Castle dates from around 1590 when work was first started on the rocky outcrop and was once home to Sir Walter Raleigh while he was Governor of Jersey and King Charles II who sought refuge during the English Civil War. The Castle now sits within Jersey's National Park. The apartment, split over two levels, overlooks the parade ground and the Governor’s House where both Sir Walter Raleigh and King Charles II stayed. With a kitchen and shower room on the lower level, the apartment sleeps up to six people with a double sofa bed in the living area, and upstairs a spacious bedroom with one double and two single beds. All our prices based on a seven night stay. During the low season we also offer two or three night stays .
We are open:
April, May, June, July, August, September, October
Elizabeth Castle Apartment
St. Aubin's Bay
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Stay in your very own historic castle, a mile out to sea.
Available: 27th Jun 2023 ‐ 30th Sep 2023
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