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Hotels in Grouville

Old Court House Hotel
Gorey Village
Grouville
Jersey

JE3 9FS
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Situated on the fringe of Gorey, a charming little port on the islandís tranquil east coast, four miles from the island capital of St. Helier.

The hotel is set in its own grounds away from the main road, directly opposite the sands of the Royal Bay of Grouville. Gorey village Iis directly behind the hotel. The Jersey Potteries famous for its restaurant with seafood specialities and the Royal Jersey Golf Club are just a few minutes walk away.

Just a ten minute walk away, along the sea front promenade, is the old port of Gorey which lies beneath the towering ramparts of Mont Orgueil Castle.

The port of Gorey with its various bars and restaurants is a popular yachting harbour and ferry terminal for boats and day excursions to the nearby French ports of Carteret and Port Bail. Buses for the twenty five minute journey into St. Helier stop opposite the hotel.

Entertainment is provided in the bar lounge two or three evenings per week during the season. Within the hotel grounds there is a swimming pool and sun terrace with sun loungers, a well tended garden and a large car park. The hotel is centrally heated throughout and there is also a complete laundry service available.The hotel has a lift and ground floor rooms

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Number of Rooms: 58
Number Ensuite: 58

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Double: From £50
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Open All Year - April to October
Swimming Pool - Outdoor
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