Grab a devilishly delicious bite nearby.
Enjoy a slap up pub lunch at the Priory Inn which you’ll find right at the top of the path that leads down to Devil’s Hole. Go a little further and you’ll find La Mare Wine estate and other country pubs to relax in.
La Mare Wine Estate
Tucked away in a quiet corner of St Mary, La Mare Wine Estate boasts over 20 acres of rugged vineyards and ancient apple orchards offering a fantastic experience for the whole family. Join one of their Tour and Tasting Experiences, relax and refuel in the Vineyard Cafe and stock up on Genuine Jersey treats in the Cellar Gift shop.
St. Mary’s Country Inn
From the outside it’s your archetypal country inn. However, when you step inside the main bar and eating area, you are presented with a bespoke contemporary interior, with modern twists, creating a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Outside you will find a fabulous al fresco area that is the perfect place to wine and dine on those sunny days.
The Priory Inn
Situated on the north coast, The Priory Inn is one of Jersey’s oldest inns and is just five minutes’ walk from the historic ‘Devil’s Hole’. This country pub with its open log fire and original granite features oozes rural charm and rustic character.
Les Fontaines Tavern
Dating back to the 17th century, and affectionately known to the locals as ‘The Northern Office’. Les Fontaines is a fine traditional pub catering for all the family. Original granite features and oak beams contrast with the modern mezzanine gallery with its vaulted wooden ceiling.
Devil’s Hole is a natural crater in the solid cliff measuring about 100ft across and plunging 200ft down. It has been caused by the sea gradually eroding the roof of what was once a cave, until it collapsed and formed a crater.
We are open all year round.
There is a sloping path and several sections of steps on the way down to the viewing area.
You'll find Devil's Hole in the parish of St. Mary in the north west of the island. Parking is at the Priory Inn. From there make your way onto the cliffpath that winds it's way down to the viewing platform.