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      Welcoming and lovely staff, just a small down the bed a bit small for a big old sod like me....
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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.
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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....
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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....
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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....
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Grosnez Castle in St Ouen, Jersey

This ancient 14th century partly ruined Castle has a cliff-top location next to the ceremonial rock, Le Pinacle, which has been a place of worship for thousands of years. Owned and maintained by the Jersey Heritage Trust, Grosnez Castle is thought to have been built for Sir John des Roches during the 14th century and was constructed using locally quarried granite. Because it is built on very solid granite, there would have been no water well meaning any attacking enemy could have waited for the castle's water supplies to run out before demanding a surrender.

Grosnez Castle is a famous Jersey landmark and regularly photographed and is a nice spot to visit boasting good views across to Guernsey and the other islands. The main gate entrance is mostly still intact, whilst the less substantial walls on the north side are mostly gone. The finer details of this castle's design are not known, due to its age and lack of proper records.

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Prince Of Wales Hotel
Greve De Lecq, St. Ouen, Jersey, GB
The Prince of Wales Hotel has fantastic sea views over Grève de Lecq, an idyllic sandy bay. Nearby cliff walks have views of Sark and the French coast. Bus stop nearby. Free parking. Free Wi-Fi for hotel guests. En-suite bedrooms, some with private patio and sea view. Families are welcome. Relax on the sun terrace, garden and TV lounge. Popular hotel restaurant. Fully licensed bar.
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