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    • 5
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      Stayed here before over 10 years ago. Excellent in every way. Staff very attentive and food very good and served in a friendly and helpful manner. Would recommend highly....
      06 Nov 2018read review
    • 4
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      We stayed for one week in the Country View self catering apartment. It was very well equipped, very comfortable and had plenty of space....
      18 Sep 2018read review
    • 4
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      This hotel is superbly positioned in an iconic Jersey location- just a few minutes walk from La Corbiere lighthouse....
      16 Aug 2018read review
    • 5
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      This was our second stay here and it was as good as before. The staff are all very friendly and make you feel welcome. We would definitely go back.
      14 Aug 2018read review
    • 5
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      The Undercliff Guest House is a comfortable, friendly retreat in a quiet bay on the north coast of Jersey....
      19 Jun 2018read review
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Cycling in Jersey

Jersey is one of Europe's best-kept secrets for cycling and there is no better way of taking in the wonderful sights than from the seat of a bicycle. The 350 mile island-wide cycling network of roads, by-ways and lanes offer a number of trails and you can enjoy a leisurely scenic ride of just a few miles or a challenging ride around the island.

A newly developed Town Cycle Network now joins the existing 96 miles of marked routes and offers a series of routes using Liberation Square as the starting point. The routes are suitable for novice riders who may not be confident in traffic and who require a safe and clearly visible route to the edge of town.

The Green Lanes network is also ideal for cyclists, with the surfaced roads meaning they are nice and smooth and with priority to cyclists, walkers and horse riders, means they avoid dangerous traffic. Routes are well sign posted, and as well as a great way to explore and get some exercise, best of all is that cycling is free!

Some notes for cyclists: When cycling at night, ensure your front and rear lights are lit and your bicycle have an efficient red rear reflector. Stay as close as possible to the side of the road when wheeling your bicycle. It is recommended that cyclists wear a cycle helmet and fluorescent or light coloured clothing.