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Find us in the heart of St Brelade's Bay in Jersey, the most southerly of the British Isles.


St Brelade's Bay is one of Jersey's most popular beach destinations with superb bathing, the bay has received numerous awards over the years for its clean water. There are RNLI lifeguards on duty during the summer months. The island has some of the biggest tides in the world. At low tide, it's easy to walk to the neighbouring bay at Ouaisne. At high tide sometimes only a small strip of soft white sand is exposed. Grab yourself a deckchair and have the most superb of British beach holidays.

The hotel has uninterrupted views of St Brelade's Bay towards the neighbouring Ouasine and Beauport bays. Enjoy walking along the seashore or the boardwalk and visit the various pubs and restaurants located close by.

Quennevais precinct and Red Houses are located a short distance away, here you'll find shops, including Waitrose, banks and pharmacies.

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 49.185335, Longitude -2.196715

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The Golden Sands
La Route de la Baie
St Brelade
Channel Islands

Tel: + 44 (0) 1534 741241
Fax:+ 44 (0)1534 499366

Dolan Hotels
Third Floor
Seven Bond Street
St Helier

Tel: +44 (0)1534 491907
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Email: goldensands@dolanhotels.com

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