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Nestling on a headland, this tranquil property is built on Jersey’s rugged north coast and is surrounded on three sides by the sea.
Regarded as ‘an icon of the Island’s strong sense of individuality and self-determination’, La Crête Fort has held military importance since a rampart was built on the site during 16th century. Nestled on the headland overlooking France and other Channel Islands, the property is surrounded on three sides by the sea.
Renovated as part of the Tourism Development Fund initiative in 2005, La Crête Fort as it is today comprises of a guard house with military accommodation
This tranquil property is built on Jersey’s rugged north coast. Well off the beaten track, La Crête Fort is the ideal get-away-from-it-all retreat in Jersey’s National Park. The property dates from 1830 but sits on a site that was first militarised in the 16th century.
There are breath taking views from this fort over the sea to Guernsey, Sark and the coast of France. A secluded beach is close by, popular with local bathers and surfers. Wonderful sunsets can be enjoyed while sitting out in the walled garden.
La Crête Fort comprises a double or twin bedroom, a single bunkroom and spacious shower room and large lounge/diner with sofa bed. A flight of stone steps will take you up to a large granite room with a vaulted ceiling with access to a secluded private garden terrace sheltered by granite walls. Due to its location there is no TV reception in the property.
Please note the shower room and toilet are accessed through the single bedroom. The property is also set on different levels, all accessed via granite or concrete steps.
Sleeps up to five people.
"Fantastic location for peace and quiet."
"We would definitely recommend to others who want a quiet weekend to revive their batteries and get away from it all."
"The Fort is at one of the most beautiful locations in Jersey."
Facilities in detail
- 1 double bedroom, 1 single bedroom and a double sofa bed in the lounge – linen & towels provided
- Borehole water, which is not suitable for drinking but can be used for cooking or bathing.
- Gas oven & cooker
- Crockery & cutlery provided
- Central heating
- TV screen with DVD player (No TV reception)
- Property split over several levels
- Private garden with garden furniture
- Dogs allowed. £10 per dog per night up to a maximum of £50 per dog per stay
- Cot available on request (linen not provided)
- Remote location
- Car recommended
- No disabled access
- WiFi not available
4 January – 31 March
19 April – 2 July
1 April – 18 April (Easter)
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(Easter and Christmas only)