St Martin, Jersey
Built on a rocky outcrop on the north coast of Jersey in 1792, Archirondel Tower has been recently refurbished into a truly unique holiday home.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Archirondel is listed with us by the managing agent Heritage Lets.
Archirondel Tower was built on a rocky outcrop on the north coast of Jersey in 1792 and overlooks St Catherine's Bay. The building was once used as a garrison for artillery soldiers, but has been recently refurbished into a truly unique holiday home that now offers a tranquil escape on the Channel Islands.
Split across four levels, Archirondel Tower sleeps two adults and two children. The ground floor is home to the kitchen and dining area with a vaulted ceiling. It is fully equipped with an electric oven, fridge, and dishwasher, as well as a table and chairs for four people and underfloor heating. Also on this level is the shower room with basin and toilet.
Heading up the narrow spiral staircase leads to the sleeping quarters, which comprises a double bed and two single sofa beds. This area is also accessed by an exterior metal staircase. Moving further upwards and guests will discover the cosy living space, which has a comfy sofa and armchairs sitting in front the TV and wood burning stove for those cold winter nights.
The roof is home to a large terrace that offers stunning views across the bay and the English Channel beyond. This spot is also great for water sports, with kayaking a particular favourite. For those who love being in the ocean there are also plenty of opportunities for surfing and swimming in the turquoise waters. Meanwhile, the east coast of Jersey is a natural wonderland and has many secluded bays to explore and lots of marine wildlife.
The island is only nine miles wide and five miles long, so it is easy to get about and see lots of its delights in a short space of time. As well as the many beach walks and coastal driving routes, particular attractions include Jersey Zoo, its magnificent castles, and the famous war tunnels. For a small island Jersey boasts many superb places to eat and drink, from beach cafes to award-winning restaurants. Seafood is understandably a local delicacy, with specific favourites being lobster and oysters.
Low Season (6 January - 2 April & 19 October - 17 December)
2-nights - £438.00
Mid Season (20 April - 26 June & 12 September - 18 October)
3-nights - £667.00
High Season (3 April - 19 April (Easter), 27 June - 12 September, 18 December - 4 January 2021 (Christmas))
3-nights - £816.00 (Easter and Christmas only)
7-nights - £1632.00
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