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St Saviour in Jersey

St Saviour is Jersey's second largest parish and the large, sprawling parish houses much of St Helier's overspill. Mainly an urban parish, the Jersey Evening Post and Jersey Dairy are just two of the large employers located in St Saviour.

The Government House (residence of Jersey's Lieutenant Governor), is situated next to St Saviour's hill and an interesting building to admire. In St Saviour you'll find the burial place of one Jersey's most famous daughters, Emilie Charlotte le Breton - better known as Lillie Langtry who is linked with the near-by Parish Church, which features a distinctive square tower.

There are many historic attractions to admire around St Saviour. La Hongue Bie is one of these - an impressive prehistoric site dating back to Neolithic times. Situated in rural Grouville, on the borders of St Saviour, the oldest part of the site is the passage-grave and was built by Jersey's first farming community as a sacred place and burial chamber. The grave is covered by a 12-metre high mound, and two medieval chapels top the mound. Dominating the area for over 6,000 years, La Hougue Bie also houses Jersey's archaeology and geology galleries and an underground German bunker.

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Holiday Accommodation in St Saviour

Holiday accommodation includes Hotels and Self-Catering properties in the parish of St Saviour:

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Longueville Manor Hotel
Longueville Road, St. Saviour, Jersey, GB
Longueville Manor in Jersey is a highly acclaimed 5 star luxury boutique hotel with 30 luxury bedrooms and suites, located east of St Helier on A3 (Longueville Road) towards Gorey. Awarded AA Five Red Stars 2012, AA Three Rosettes 2012 & TripAdvisor - "25 Best UK Hotels" 2012. Set in 16 acres with swimming pool and all weather tennis court. Longueville Manor is ideal for romantic holidays or wedding reception.
Hotel de Normandie
Have des Pas, St. Saviour, Jersey, GB
The Hotel de Normandie is ideally located for the perfect holiday. The bustling town centre of St Helier with its diverse collection of shops is a short walk away. Across the road is the wonderful Bay of St Clement, with its fine sandy beach and promenade. Just a few minutes walk will bring you to the beautiful gardens of Howard Davis Park.
Merton Hotel
Belvedere, St. Saviour, Jersey, GB
Merton Hotel is a 3 star hotel on the outskirts of St Helier, Jersey's capital, in the parish of St Saviour. With a reputation for an unbeatable range of facilities, Merton Hotel has a wide choice of room types and a superb range of dining options, with 5 restaurants and 3 bars.
Talana Hotel
Bagot Road, St. Saviour, Jersey, GB
The Talana Hotel is a family run hotel in the suburbs of St Helier in Jersey, and began as a guest house in 1950. The Talana Hotel has a warm and friendly atmosphere and is well located near to Jersey's sights. The town centre is just a 15 minutes walk and 10 minutes from the beach, golf course, squash and tennis courts. At the Talana Hotel there is an outdoor swimming pool.
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