Curled around one of the island’s original harbours, the enchanting fishing village of St. Aubin is a fascinating tangle of historic houses and steep streets leading to sea view panoramas. Here you’ll find elegant period hotels, historic apartments, cosy courtyard guesthouses and superb self-catering options to suit every taste. Venture a little further into the heart of St. Aubin’s village and you’ll get a taste of the unique local flavour and its proud heritage, from the 18th century merchants’ houses lining the cobbled streets to the wild geese and ducks that gather on the slipway.
From foodies to families, luxury and lazy days, a stay in St Aubin’s is an unforgettable island experience.
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Wake up to the sounds of the village marina with the gentle slosh of the sea and the ringing of rigging.
The Old Court House Inn is a stunning traditional pub with rooms, with history dating back to the 15th century. Combining old-world charm with modern features, The Old Court House Inn offers two characterful bar areas, a relaxed restaurant and ten gorgeous, boutique bedrooms.
La Haule Manor presents a stunning Georgian façade that dates back to 1796 and has been lovingly restored and tastefully decorated for you to enjoy today. We are pleased to have a five star rating from Quality in Tourism. Just a few minutes walk along the seafront you'll find St. Aubin – our location is ideal for foodies.
The Porthole Suites comprises ten self-catering studio suites in the heart of St. Aubin's village with close proximity to all the gourmet restaurants, bars and boutique shops the village has to offer. Well connected with an excellent bus service and lock up bike store. Extensive tiered gardens at the rear.
The main action in the village is clustered along the promenade – the Bulwarks – where a lazy stroll will take you past restaurants with shady courtyards, busy bars with harbour views where you can enjoy a plate of local seafood and a glass of crisp white wine or a pint of the island’s own Liberation Ale.
Lazin Lizard is a restaurant situated in the heart of St. Aubin where we serve a relaxed menu – with many favourites that include our famous sticky cola ribs, Cajun spiced squid, sizzling chili garlic prawns, teriyaki king prawns on sirloin steak and much more including vegetarian options.
The Muddy Duck is a family run restaurant, set in the heart of St. Aubin. All dishes made to order with local seasonal produce along side amazing daily specials. Outside is a large decked terrace for al fresco dining and a cost granite style restaurant.
Noya Shapla is a family business, perfectly situated in the heart of St. Aubin, making it an ideal place to enjoy the finest, authentic Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine. On offer is only freshly prepared food using the finest ingredients to ensure that customers are given tantalisingly rich signature dishes for both locals and tourists to enjoy.
The Salty Dog Bar and Bistro has been sitting comfortably in the ‘heart of the village’ since 1998 which speaks volumes about this great little eatery, cherished and recommended by locals and sought out (or a lucky discovery) by visitors. Dining here will touch your soul and invite you back for more.
We’re passionate about great food with a range of dining options available to suit everyone. The Westward pub houses two charming bar areas, one of which is made from the original tender to the famous Westward ship. Here you can relax and unwind with classic pub dishes, washed down with a pint of delicious, locally-brewed ale.
The Tenby is somewhere to refresh and recharge, taking in the constant ebb and flow of harbour life as it overlooks the harbour in the picturesque village of St. Aubin. The bright interior is warm and inviting, with stunning turquoises, greens and blues in florals through to geometric designs in an eclectic mix guaranteed to lift the spirits.
The Boat House is a modern bar with an authentic feel. Located in the beautiful bay of St. Aubin, they boast amazing food with better views. The Main Deck Bar downstairs offers major sports events on our big screens and an extensive range of beers, wines and spirits to match. Or if you’re feeling sassy why not try one of our hand-crafted cocktails?