How many does this property sleep? Seymour Tower sleeps up to seven guests in one large bunk room plus a seperate area for a guide. You will need to bring your own bed linen and sleeping bags.
Can I hire the property for one night? Yes, most guests only hire the Tower for one night. At the time of booking you will be advsied on the tide and when the Tower is accessable.
Does Jersey Heritage arrange the guide? Yes, once you have enquired about a date we will find a guide to suit your dates.
My friend is a Seymour guide, can they take me to the Tower? Yes, often people know a guide who is willing to take them on an overnight stay at the Tower.
How do I collect the keys? On the day of booking your guide will collect a safety bag from Jersey Museum which includes the keys to the Tower along with a first aid kit and some essential items.
What time can I access Seymour Tower? Access times are very dependant on the tides. Your guide will advise you on your meeting point and time prior to your booking. We also suggest booking your travel times around the low tide to ensure you are able to get to shore.
Can I invite friends to the Tower? Only those listed on the booking form are allowed to stay or visit the Tower. Due to the short time the Tower is accessible, no adiditional guests are allowed to visit the Tower.
Does the property have parking? There is public parking next to the guide meeting point.
What are the bathroom facilities? There is one chemical toilet in the Tower. Rain water is used for washing and brushing teeth but all drinking water must be taken with you. All waste (including bagged toilet waste) will need to be brought back and disposed of on shore.
What heating does the property have and does it have a fire? Seymour Tower has a wood burning stove which heats the property.
Are dogs allowed to stay in the property? Dogs are not allowed to stay at this property.
Is there an outside area? There is a battery at the base of Tower as well as the roof which can be accessed.
Can you drive to and from the Tower? No, the Tower is only accessible by foot on a low tide. Guests will often have to walk through gullies and rock pools to access the Tower.