So much to enjoy...
Nestling on the hillside, the Somerville Hotel Jersey overlooks the beautiful yachting harbour of St Aubin.
The only JQA gold four-star hotel on the Island, it’s little wonder that it’s such a popular Jersey hotel. Open throughout the year, this is the perfect place to take an offseason break and discover the island. This charming country house hotel has a stunning restaurant with fabulous views over St Aubin’s harbour towards St Helier.
Take a stroll down to St Aubin’s village, here you’ll find art galleries, shops, pubs, cafes and a local market. The historic Bulwarks are lined with old merchant houses from the 18th Century – stroll down here any time of year and stop in one of the many restaurants. This is a foodie hub, from seafood to Indian cuisine, your taste buds will thank you for the outing! In the summer months many restaurants have al fresco seating areas and even in the cooler months, some restaurants have outdoor heating. You’ll find St Aubin’s to be one of the most picturesque villages on the Island. When the tide is high the boats sit high on the harbour. Jersey has some of the highest tides in the world!
If you want to head over to St Brelade’s Bay you can take the cycle path which is the old railway. This woody, wide path will take you through lush scenery all the way to Corbiere lighthouse. There are places to rent bicycles in St Aubin.
It’s easy to hop on the bus or ride your bicycle into St Helier from any of our hotels.
Away from the hustle and bustle...
The Hotel Cristina is a boutique Jersey hotel situated above the picturesque St Aubin’s Bay.
With individual balconies you can enjoy stunning views over the bay, Indulge in delicious food in the award-winning restaurant, and relax by the outdoor swimming pool. An ideal location for walkers and cyclists who wish to explore all aspects of the natural environment.
From the Cristina, you can take a walk down the path to the park area and St Aubin’s beach. Then go further and cycle or walk along the beachside toward St Helier or westwards towards the rugged expanse of St Ouen’s bay where you can try surfing. It’s easy to get to St Helier, the bus route is conveniently found at the bottom of the footpath from the hotel.