Nicolle Tower was built as a folly in 1821 with two floors, with the third floor being added in 1943 during the German Occupation which served as an observation point due to the vast views that the tower enjoys. These modifications have been kept and can still be seen today as they represent the historical fabric of the building.
Price: £78 - £223
Situated on Jersey, this tiny building is a muddle of styles; regency elegance in the sitting-room and military simplicity in the bedroom. Set back from the coast, the tower stands 160 feet up, with panoramic views of the sea and the surrounding islands in every direction. It sits just above the parish of St. Clement and this light-hearted Gothic tower is the perfect place to start exploring this lovely island. This unique stay offers one double bedroom that sleeps two, with the kitchen, bathroom and living area split across the three floors.
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