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Jersey is home to clear waters, stunning seascapes and a unique range of coastal wildlife. For lovers of the coast, there's exploring to do and many adventures to be had.
Suitably spacious accommodation
Our cottages are spacious inside and out. There's plenty of room to hang wetsuits, store paddleboards and clean off kayaks.
After a long day on the water, there's no better way to warm up and relax than jumping in your private hot tub.
See Jersey from the Sea
It's often said that the best way to see Jersey is from the sea. And we agree! A RIB boat trip is a great way to see the coast quickly but if you'd prefer to get up close and personal, why not book a kayak tour or take on some coasteering.
Exploring on foot
Jersey is a walkers paradise. And if it's seascapes your after, you'll be in heaven.
Les Ormes is located just a 30-minute walk from St Ouen's bay, a popular destination for walkers of all abilities. A little further away are the more challenging cliff paths that run along Jersey's north coast, a must-do for any keen rambler.
BBQs and big Brasserie bites
Exploring Jersey's awesome coastline is sure to bring on a good hunger.
BBQs are dotted throughout Les Ormes for you to cook up a feast. But if you'd prefer to leave it to us, the on-site Brasserie's always open for a hearty breakfast, lunch or dinner.
We stayed in a lodge which was very clean and well equipped inc dishwasher, washing machine and a hot tub on the decking, which was well need after our outdoor adventures kayaking and coasteering. These activities were arranged onsite and the staff were very knowledgeable and experienced.