JERSEY OR GUERNSEY
Just off the Normandy coast, the glorious islands of Jersey & Guernsey offer exquisite coastlines, shaded lanes and old-world charm. Not quite Britain and not quite France, the islands are proudly independent with so much to see and do.
With its unspoiled landscape, unique blend of British and French influences and famed hospitality of its people, Jersey offers the perfect getaway. Lying in the Bay of Mont St Michel, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands and the most southerly. Our base is St. Helier, the island’s capital and one of the most popular places to stay. Standing in St. Aubin’s Bay on the southern side of the island, the pretty town of St. Helier boasts a huge variety of stores, shops, restaurants and cafes.
Blue skies, clear seas, miles of white sandy beaches, sheltered coves and a continental atmosphere all wait for you in Guernsey. Our stay is based at St Peter Port, the capital of Guernsey. With cobbled streets festooned with colourful bunting and spectacular floral displays, it’s easy to see why it is considered one of the prettiest harbour towns in Europe.
Complete pick ups and with suitable comfort stops en-route travel to Poole for the ferry crossing to Jersey / Guernsey.
Jersey - At leisure with one full day island coastal tour.
Guernsey - At leisure with one half day tour.
Depart for Jersey / Guernsey Port for the ferry crossing to Poole before returning home with suitable comfort stops en-route.
Norfolk Lodge Hotel (Jersey)
The Norfolk Lodge occupies a substantial landmark site in St Helier, close to the town centre. It is one of Jersey's most established and successful hotels. The west wing of the main hotel was originally the grand home of a wealthy St Helier family and today provides a contrast to the modern purpose built buildings that form the main structure.
- All 90 guest rooms are en-suite with complimentary toiletries, flat screen Freeview TV and tea / coffee making facilities.
- Indoor swimming pool.
- Lift to most guest rooms.
From entrance to the reception area there are approximately 13 steps, although a rear entrance to the hotel can be used to avoid the steps. There is a lift from reception to all floors but some rooms are not on lift level. Access from reception to the dining room is via around 13 steps.
A warm and friendly welcome is guaranteed in this period-built house set in a tranquil atmosphere within the historic quarter of the town. The Pandora Hotel is conveniently situated in an elevated position within a 10 minute stroll of the centre of St Peter Port and its harbour.
- All guest rooms are en-suite with TV, telephone, hairdryer and hospitality tray.
- Sunflower Restaurant.
- Seafarers Bar.
- No lift.
All prices are per person for the duration of the holiday or short break.
If you are travelling between the UK and the Channel Islands, then you do not need your passport for travel but must carry photo ID with you.
Following are examples of an acceptable form of photo ID: -
- A valid passport (i.e. in date)
- Valid driving licence (full or provisional) provided it has photographic ID
- Valid government-issued identity card
- Council issued bus pass
A full list of acceptable forms of photo ID for travel can be found by clicking on the following link: https://www.condorferries.co.uk/advice-info/faq/before-you-travel/before-departure/do-i-need-a-valid-passport-to-travel/
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