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B and Bs in St Clements Bay

Pontac House Hotel
St Clements Bay
Jersey

JE2 6SE

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Overlooking one of the largest tidal ranges in the world, this independent hotel offers local food, a swimming pool and unrivalled views of St. Clement.
Pontac House is personally run and managed by Chris Robin and his staff, who strive to create a comfortable and friendly atmosphere. Situated on the South Coast of the island, sea-view and balcony rooms offer a stunning, dramatic spectacle. Rooms to the rear offer attractive views of the Jersey countryside.
A restaurant is on hand to keep you refreshed, serving fresh Jersey produce and specialising in locally caught seafood. Relax in the heated outdoor swimming pool (available between May and September) before exploring the island - a bus stop is directly outside, taking you to St. Helier in a matter of minutes.

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Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Swimming Pool - Outdoor heated May - Sept
TV in Rooms
Garden

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