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    • 5
      out of 5
      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
      out of 5
      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
    • 4
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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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Languages in Jersey

Jersey has 2 official languages - English and French.

Jèrriais, or Jersey Feench is a variety of the ancient Norman language and was originally the dominant language spoken in Jersey. Its use has been in decline for decades and now is most commonly spoken in rural areas, with only around 2,600 of the whole Jersey population speaking it.

English is the main official language, spoken by most (around 95% of the population) and most signs are written in English, sometimes with French or Jèrriais subtitling. 20% of the 87,000 people in Jersey are of English-speaking) descent.

There has been a French-speaking population in Jersey for centuries, mainly due to the close proximity to France. Jersey Legal French is the official language of administration, but mainly restricted to formalities such as ceremonies and prayers.