Barge a Ground in the Sand Dunes

Barge Aground or 'Seagull'

La Mauve

Relax in a stylish art deco 1930s seaside folly with sea views for miles

Barge a Ground Pattio and building
Pricing from £ 33.71pp PP per night
  • Sleeps 6
  • Self catering
  • Dog friendly

Positioned in stunning St Ouen’s Bay, Barge Aground (also known as Seagull) was built in the 1930s and is the last of the traditional seaside follies that once lined the bay. This art deco delight has direct access to the beach. Accommodating six people, Barge Aground’s decor has an authentic 1930s flavour, with walnut wooden floors and some original 1930s furniture.

Uniquely shaped like a barge, the property has two adult twin bunk rooms located in the ‘stern’ of the property, while the kitchen and bathroom are off the large lounge and diner. There is a comfortable double sofa bed in the ‘prow’ of the building. Double doors open onto a large terrace, which overlooks the bay and is perfect for outdoor living or for cocktails whilst the sun goes down.

Barge Aground is great for either a family break or a romantic break for two. The property is close to many beachfront cafes and restaurants along St Ouen’s Bay. There are several surf schools close by and two golf courses are also just a short distance away.

Barge Aground women walks towards barge

History

Discover the history of this folly

In the 1930s, the dunes west of the Five Mile Road were dotted with wooden beach chalets, Barge Agrounds (also known as ‘Seagull’) was commissioned circa 1935.

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How many does this property sleep?

Barge Aground sleeps up to six people in two, twin bunk rooms and one small double sofa bed in the living room. Please see the floor plan for further information.

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?

Yes, there is plenty off street parking available.

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?

Barge Aground has underfloor heating in the kitchen and bathroom, with electric radiators in the lounge and bedrooms.

Does the property have a washing machine or dishwasher?

Barge Aground has a dishwasher, but no washing machine.

Are dogs allowed to stay in the property?

Yes, up to two dogs are allowed to stay at the property with an additional cost of £10 per dog.

Is there a garden?

Barge Aground has a paved patio area with fantastic views overlooking St Ouen’s Bay. The property also has direct access to the beach and is located within Jersey’s only national park, so you will never be short of outdoor space! There is no access to the roof.

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