Hotels in Jersey

As the largest of the Channel Islands and an exciting hub of European history, couples and families alike can look forward to unforgettable short breaks in Jersey. Whether you’re watching history come alive at Elizabeth Castle, visiting endangered animals at Jersey Zoo, or enjoying a day trip to France on a boat across the Channel, our Premier Inn hotels in Jersey are the perfect base for a getaway – however you choose to spend it!

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Things to do in Jersey

Elizabeth Castle

If you’re planning on visiting Jersey, then the historic Elizabeth Castle is unmissable. Take a walk along the causeway to the islet in St Aubin’s bay, where you’ll experience exciting live battle re-enactments and stunning views of the coast from this 16th century attraction. 

 

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Jersey Zoo

Animal-lovers won’t want to miss a trip to Jersey Zoo. The 32-acre park is one of Jersey’s top attractions, and home to all kinds of rare and endangered animals. There’s events and live talks by the zookeepers, too, plus kids will love a visit to the Dodo playground.

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Tamba Park

There’s something for everyone at the exciting Tamba Park. This attraction in Jersey is perfect for fun family days out – little explorers will love walking along the Dino Trail, before playing a round of mini-golf, or visiting the Adventure Play Zone. 

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The Botanic Gardens at Samares Manor

If you’re looking for laid-back things to do in Jersey, why not visit the Botanic Gardens at Samares Manor? With a scenic manor house and museum to explore – plus hundreds of flowers and plants to admire – it’s the perfect place to spend a relaxing afternoon.

 

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Jersey Seafaris

Trips to Jersey wouldn’t be complete without a RIB boat ride. Jersey Seafaris visit scenic spots like Les Minquiers and Les Ecrehous, and even offer day trips to France. Take your pick from the exciting tours and try bit of dolphin-spotting as you speed across the Channel.

 

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La Hougue Bie Museum

This historic site in Grouville isn’t your typical museum. La Hougue Bie is one of the oldest buildings in the world and houses an exciting collection of ancient artefacts for you to discover, including Neolithic weapons and the Jersey Mummy. 

 

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Mont Orgueil 

Overlooking the picturesque harbour of Gorey, visiting Mont Orgueil is a must for scenery-lovers and history-buffs alike. Get a taste of the castle’s 800-year history by exploring its ancient rooms, before soaking up the sea views from the castle turrets. 

 

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