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Hotels in Gorey

Dolphin Hotel
Gorey Pier
Gorey
Jersey

JE3 6EW

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The Dolphin is a small friendly run hotel with a friendly atmosphere that sits beneath the 12th century Mont Orgueil Castle.
Set within the picturesque fishing harbour of Gorey, with views across to the French Coast, the Hotel overlooks the wide golden expanse of Grouville Bay, which offers safe bathing and various water sports. It is also close to the 18th hole Royal Jersey Golf Course as well as other tourist attractions.

Explore the promenade with beautiful gardens and ideal resting places to take in the glorious views and stunning sunsets.

Our restaurant is open for lunch and dinner every day, the hotel has a high reputation for its cuisine which has a continental style with an emphasis on local produce with an array of seafood alongside specialties of cooking on hot rocks and we cater for vegetarians.
The cocktail bar is adjacent to the restaurant is the perfect venue for pre dinner drinks or a quite evening relaxation.

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