On Sunday 12 November 2017 we are excited to open our Heritage Lets and invite the public to visit and explore these unique landmarks.
Jersey Heritage is responsible for caring for and promoting the Island’s heritage and has been running self-catering and coastal tower accommodation from 2006. Each property has been given a new life and restored to showcase its unique history, many with original features. Since the start of the project, the number of properties available to Jersey residents and tourists has increased to 14.
The Heritage Lets Open Day is a great opportunity for local residents to gain access and explore these special properties, whether you are interested in the architecture and history, would like to book for a break with friends or family or are just curious to have a look around and see how they have been developed. Visitors are welcome between 10am and 4pm on Sunday 12 November.
The following properties are open to the public
Parking - Please note that parking is limited at some of our properties, due to the narrow track to access La Crête Fort we recommend parking at Bonne Nuit pier and walking, or why not enjoy a coastal walk from Bouley Bay.
Due to refurbishment work we are unable to allow access to Archirondel Tower and because of tide restrictions we are not able to open Seymour & Rocco Tower on this occasion.
La Tour Cârrée is currently being used by photographer Natalie Mayer who is inviting visitors to see the fort and view her exhibition.