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Old Court House Inn, St Aubin, Jersey
This is a characterful place to stay right on the harbourside in St Aubins. Formerly the ancient court house, parts of the building date back to 1450, including a granite spiral staircase in the centre of the building. The pub downstairs is often packed with locals enjoying a pint in the low-ceiling bar or a seafood platter and a glass of sauvignon blanc on the terrace, which overlooks the yachts in the harbour. Rooms are boutique in style, if sometimes a little small, with plaid bedspreads and vintage telephones and radios, some even have roll-top baths in the room, and one has a terrace with a spa bath. The brasserie-style restaurant specialises in fish and seafood, although also does good steaks and burgers.
If you want to venture out to an alternative restaurant or bar you will find a great selection within a stumbling distance of the inn.
The hotel is on the edge of St Aubin's harbour with restaurants, shops and bars an easy stroll away.
By plane: flights from London Heathrow to Jersey take around one hour. The hotel is a 10-minute taxi ride from the airport. skyscanner.net
By boat: ferries to St Helier run from Poole (4 hours) and Portsmouth (10 hours 20 mins). condorferries.co.uk
Style & Character
Ideal for young couples wanting affordable accommodation without scrimping on style. We love that there's an original well in the floor of the pub downstairs.
Service & Facilities
There is no hotel car park but you can extend your parking time at the car park across the road easily by using an app on your phone.
- Free Wi-Fi
Room 5 is a good size with a super-king-size bed and an in-room roll-top bath. We love that the bathrooms have walk-in showers with drench heads.
Luxury Single, Luxury Double/Twin, Superior Suite
Facilities include: ensuite shower or bath, Hynos bed, tea and coffee facilities, TV, desk, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
Sourdough pizzas come with unusual toppings such as lobster, truffle and watercress. The mixed grill comes with prawns, monkfish and bream with Jersey royal potatoes.
The Brasserie: fresh seafood and extensive wine list. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from £14.
The Westward: pub serving classic dishes and locally brewed ales.