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    • 5
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      Welcoming and lovely staff, just a small down the bed a bit small for a big old sod like me....
      17 Jan 2020read review
    • 5
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      Undercliff was again, a lovely experience. Nice and quiet. Gorgeous cliff path walks. Beautiful views of Bouley Bay. Comfortable bed. Tasty breakfast! Richard and Ida are wonderful hosts.
      02 Oct 2019read review
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      This was my third stay at the Dolphin - it's near where my sister and brother in law live and they joined me for evening meals in the hotel's excellent restaurant....
      17 Sep 2019read review
    • 5
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      We booked a twin room, but upon arrival were given an apartment as no twin rooms were available. This was very convenient as I was with my mother, so we were able to have a room each....
      29 Aug 2019read review
    • 5
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      Under cliff was a gem of a find last year and we enjoyed it so much we returned this year. The owners are excellent and nothing is too much trouble....
      31 Jul 2019read review
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Portelet Bay in Jersey

Next to St Brelade on the south coast of the island is the small, picturesque and sheltered Portelet Bay. The quaint bay is a popular and wonderful place to visit and the ever changing coast-line makes it ideal for snorkelling and canoeing, which can be hired.

There is a long climb down the steps from the cliff top to Portelet beach which helps prevent Portelet Bay becoming too crowded - although once at the bottom it's well worth it! The south facing beach is very sunny and the Marine Conservation Society Recommended Beach 2008 has lovely soft, golden sand. Portelet Bay is very safe for bathing and is a great beach for water and beach sports.

At the Old Portelet Inn you can enjoy a pint or some food whilst admiring the stunning view of Portlet Bay, and then why not enjoy an evening stroll along the interesting paths towards Noirmont Point? There is a large car park at the top of the cliff, public toilets available, but due to the steps wheel chair access is not easy.