One of the island’s most loved locations, Gorey is a relaxed fishing village framed by pastel coloured cottages and inviting al fresco restaurants, all overlooked by the medieval battlements of the magnificent Mont Orgueil castle. Make like a local and spend a few hours over a long lunch in the sunshine, shop for some artisan foodie treats or experience Jersey’s history up close with a climb up a secret hidden pathway to the castle
Places to stay.
With plenty of places to stay from harbour side guesthouses to ‘go as you please’ self-catering holiday lets you’re sure to fall in love with the ‘oh so French’ atmosphere
Beautiful sea-front cottage in St. Helier set within its own private garden, Fisherman’s Cottage dates from 18th century and overlooks the bay of La Greve D’Azette. Sleeping up to four people with a double bedroom, walk-in shower, fully equipped kitchen and a lovely wood-burning stove in the living area with a double sofa bed.
A coastal tower with wonderful views, the tower is split over four levels with a large terrace at ground level and a roof terrace overlooking the tranquil bay of Archirondel, the Tower is great for those looking for adventure, with the sea on your doorstep.
The Bay View Camping Field is part of the JAAC-Hostel based in rural St. Martin, just above the Port of Gorey. The site offers splendid views over the Royal Bay of Grouville and captures the sun most of the day. A quiet, back to basics camping experience you won't forget.
Based in the east of the Island just above Gorey we are Jersey's only budget accommodation centre able to take large groups, specialist activity and sports groups in a mixture of single, twin, double and dormitory bedrooms.
Dining in Gorey.
Gorey is perfectly positioned to catch the evening sun too, so linger a little longer and enjoy a sumptuous seafood dinner with produce that simply could not be fresher, whether it’s fish caught just hours before or the famous Jersey Royals harvested from the cotils above.
A boutique restaurant located on the east of the island overlooking Mont Orgueil Castle and the picturesque harbour of Gorey. Casual fine dining with seasonally changing menus, plenty of local shellfish and seafood on offer, as well as meat and vegetarian options. Fruits de mer platters will be available during the summer months.
Enjoy breakfast, brunch, lunch and tea in one unifying, buzzing and friendly atmosphere. You may choose a delicious sandwich with a cup of coffee, or you may prefer a full three course menu with wine, there is no wrong choice... but don't forget to try the homemade cakes!
Overlooking Gorey Harbour and basking in the magnificence of Mont Orgueil Castle, Feast offers an easy, relaxed atmosphere dressed in a distinctive and eclectic style. Specialising in simple, delicious and modern cuisine, including sticky pork ribs, Thai green curry and our famous salt and pepper crispy squid