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St Lawrence in Jersey

The picturesque parish of St. Lawrence is located in the centre of Jersey with panoramic views of the historical attractions Elizabeth Castle and St Aubin Fort. At 3.67 square miles in size, St. Lawrence has a wide range of tourist attractions in a small area making it a popular destination and offering something for everyone. Parts of the parish overlook St. Aubin's Bay's beautiful beach and you will enjoy walking these lovely beaches and visiting the historical sites.

One of the most popular attractions in St. Lawrence is The Jersey War Tunnels - a major historical attraction and an example of the vast engineering task that the occupying German forces undertook during the years of 1940 to 1945. Now serving as a tribute to the many slave workers who were captured and forced to work on this project during World War II, the Jersey War Tunnels is a fascinating adventure.

Hamptonne Country Life Museum is housed in a variety of restored farm buildings throughout the parish. Jersey cider is a pride of Jersey and St. Lawrence houses an apple orchard where the Jersey cider apple varieties that are native to the area are preserved. Also, the cider press house, known as the preinseu, is the main focus of the cider making festival.

Coronation Park is one of St Lawrence's finest attractions. The park was a gift given to the people of Jersey by the widow of Jessie Boot, Lady Trent. Jessie Boot, known as Baron Trent, was the founder of Boots the Chemist. Coronation Park, also known as Millbrook Park was home to the primary residence, Villa Millbrook, for Lady Trent. This park offers many different types of plants as well as a Victorian shelter and a play area for children which features a paddling pool.

St Matthew's Church is located beside the park and features a plain exterior that is stark white rectilinear. Just through the doors, however, are amazing, breathtaking Art Deco glass fixtures and fittings that were designed in 1934 by Rene Lalique, thus giving the church its name, Glass Church. The panels, altar cross, altar rail and font were created using a milky opaque glass, as were the Art Deco angels that will leave you awestruck. Tourist attractions in St Lawrence include:

Holiday Accommodation in St Lawrence

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

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Village Bed & Breakfast
La Grande Route de St. Laurent, St. Lawrence, Jersey, GB
A charming, friendly and comfortable guest house, Villa D'Oro Guest House provides comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation in Jersey. One and a half miles from the seafront. The attractive location is particularly well suited for walking and cycling and the Green Lane network starts over the road from Villa D'Oro Guest House. Local shop and pub are easy walking distance.
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