Stable Apartment at Hamptonne
A cosy, fully equipped self-catering apartment in the heart of Jersey’s countryside, perfect for a romantic escape or a family holiday. Hamptonne is steeped in rural history with over 45 acres to explore.
Price: £143 - £224
Located in the heart of Jersey’s countryside, it provides an idyllic, model farm offering a memorable setting for a relaxing family break or romantic getaway. The Stable Apartment is one of two well-appointed apartments which have been lovingly restored and can be rented together to accommodate up to 10 people. Low-hanging wooden beams in the open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area, the Stable Apartment provides a comfortable space for the whole family to relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. There is one snug double bedroom and one bunk room with two single beds, both overlooking the north courtyard and thatched roofs. All our prices are based on a seven night stay. During the low season we also offer two or three night stays.
We are open all year round.
Hamptonne Stable Apartment
Hamptonne Country Life Museum
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