Tower in winter sunshine

Archirondel Tower

La Tou d'L'Archithondé

Overlooking a tranquil bay, this unique historic Tower is great for an Island adventure

archirondel bedroom
Pricing from £ 42.82pp PP per night
  • Sleeps 4
  • Self catering
  • WiFi available
  • Star Rating

    Sea and sunrise

    Lovely stay, there’s nothing like having morning coffee overlooking the sea and sunrise. We 100% recommend a stay

  • Star Rating

    What a great stay

    Despite the stormy weather in 2nd April we all enjoyed our stay at Archirondel Tower. It was so well equipped and very comfortable. The views from the top of the tower the following morning were wonderful. A great adventure, would highly recommend staying there.

  • Star Rating

    Romantic escape

    Very very happy with the location is as very clean with was very comfortable There is a café next to it.

Close to St Catherine’s Woods, the impressive stretch of St Catherine’s Breakwater and secluded beaches, the historic Archirondel Tower is a perfect coastal base for exploring Jersey. Built on a rocky outcrop in St Catherine’s Bay in 1792, the Tower was originally a garrison for artillery soldiers. It has been recently refurbished to accommodate 2 adults and 2 children.

Split over four levels, with a large terrace at ground level and a roof terrace overlooking the beautiful bay of Archirondel, the Tower is ideal for those looking for adventures, with the sea on your doorstep.

Inside the Tower, the ground floor comprises a beautiful vaulted-ceiling kitchen and dining area with a dining table. A very narrow spiral staircase takes you up to a sleeping area (which can also be accessed using external metal stairs) with one double bed and two single sofa beds. The staircase then continues up to the cosy living space with a log-burning stove for cosy evenings. The roof terrace, accessed from the living space, has sweeping, uninterrupted views across the bay.

If you enjoy water sports the eastern coast of Jersey has many secluded bays to explore. There is also a cafe 100 yards away from the Tower, perfect for early morning refuelling before you go on your next adventure around the Island.

Archirondel Tower Aerial


Discover the history of this landmark tower

Archirondel Tower was built on an offshore rocky outcrop called La Roche Rondel, with construction work beginning on 17 November 1792.

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From the air

Take a fly-through of Archirondel Tower, film made by Jersey Laser Scanning

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How many does this property sleep?

Archirondel Tower sleeps up to four people in one double bed and two single sofa beds.

Can I hire the property for one night?

The minimum number of nights available for all of our properties (except for guided experience properties) is two nights. Please refer to the pricing section to see the number of nights available for each season.

How do I collect the keys?

Upon confirmation of your booking you will be sent a unique key code, which opens the secure key box on-site.

Does the property have parking?

There is a public car park nearby.

What are the bathroom facilities?

There is a shower room with one toilet.

What heating does the property have and does it have a fire?

Archirondel Tower has electric heating throughout and a wood-burning stove.  We provide sufficient wood for one fire only.

Does the property have a washing machine or dishwasher?

Archirondel Tower has a dishwasher but no washing machine.

Are dogs allowed to stay in the property?

Due to the narrow spiral staircase, the Tower is not suitable for dogs.

Is there a garden?

There is an enclosed outdoor space with access to the beach.


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