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Longueville Manor
St Saviour
Jersey

JE2 7WF
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Longueville Manor is a 13th Century Norman manor house which has been lovingly restored and converted into one of Europe's most celebrated hotels. Character, courtesy, calm, charm and cuisine combine to make up the essence of a Relais & Châteaux hotel. These elements are embodied at Longueville Manor where you will immediately appreciate our warm welcome. For the past fifty years, Longueville Manor has been a family run hotel and during your stay here we would very much like you to consider it your home. Elegantly and stylishly decorated with rich, warm colours, fine antiques and fresh flowers picked from our gardens, there is a peaceful ambience which will make you feel at ease.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Red Stars
Number of Rooms: 30
Number Ensuite: 30

Price per Person

Double: £105 - £250
Twin: £105 - £250
Single: £170 - £315
Suite: £250 - £375
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Name: The Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern
Chef: Andrew Baird

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