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    • 5
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      We were racing at Bouley Bay on the August Bank Holiday Monday and the Guest House looked very nice from our previous visits to the area so we decided to make a weeks holiday too....
      02 Sep 2016read review
    • 4
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      This is our fourth time back to this hotel. And the efficient and friendly staff, the views from the hotel, facilities, cleanliness and quality of food makes it a most enjoyable stay....
      28 Jul 2016read review
    • 5
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      we previously visited in 2014,this time even better ! We had a sea view room with balcony, perfect !! Reception on arrival and departure so friendly,room so welcoming and kept so clean, and the restau...
      26 Jul 2016read review
    • 3
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      A lot of old people from england stay at Runnymede
      24 Jul 2016read review
    • 5
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      Very friendly staff our Romanian waiter was friendly, courteous and efficient and could speak very good english. His name is Catlina. Mary the manageress could not do enough for you always on the go....
      20 Jul 2016read review
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St John in Jersey

St John is a historic parish in the north of Jersey offering some of the best views on the island from its cliffs of the north coast. It features the second highest point on Jersey, Mont Mado, at 473 ft high. St John is a mainly rural parish with a rugged coastline and there are many interesting attractions to see in this parish. You'll find Bonne Nuit beach and bay which is a popular fishing spot. Watch the fishing boats, relax on the beach and once a year enjoy the Sark to Jersey rowing race which finishes in the harbour. The well known Cheval Roc is in the centre of the Bay, and it used to be thought good luck to row around the rock on Midsummer's Day! The centre point of Jersey falls in the parish of St John and is marked by a fascinating stone in Rue des Servais. On the coast are Wolf's Caves which were used in the past by smugglers. These make a great place to explore and can only be reached via a very steep and treacherous path.

Holiday Accommodation in St John

Holiday accommodation includes Hotels, Guest Houses and Self-Catering properties in the parish of St John: