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Inns in St Peter

Wheatlands Hotel
St Peter
Jersey

JE3 7ED

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A warm welcome is assured at Wheatlands, a 2 star Jersey Quality Assured Hotel accommodation property. We are small and friendly, where traditional hospitality is combined in a relaxing atmosphere. Set in the heart of the countryside, Wheatlands is situated on the original green lanes of St Peter where you can enjoy 'getting away from it all’ with the sandy coast of St Aubin just ten minutes walk away.

Set in a beautiful rural countryside location above St Peter’s valley on a quite green lane, the Wheatsheaf Bistro provides a tranquil and peaceful place for that relaxing lunch or afternoon tea. Utilising the facilities of the Wheatlands Hotel, the Bistro gives visitors access to the public bar and the challenging pay & play 9 hole golf course loved by Islanders and holiday makers alike. As well as lunches and afternoon tea, visitors could get here early to enjoy our excellent breakfast, or after 5pm for some great choices of traditional food and bar meals. Open to non residents.

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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Licensed
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Swimming Pool
TV in Rooms
Garden

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