Cider Barn Hamptonne living space

The Cider Barn Apartment

L'Appartènement du Preinseu

Stay in a converted 15th-century farmstead nestled in Jersey’s peaceful countryside

Pricing from £ 23.79pp PP per night
  • Sleeps 6
  • Self catering
  • WiFi available

Located in Jersey’s idyllic countryside, Hamptonne is a beautifully restored farm with a collection of thatched granite houses, stables and meadows. The Cider Barn apartment is one of two apartments at Hamptonne that have been lovingly restored and can be rented together to accommodate up to 10 people – or hired separately.

The Cider Barn Apartment sleeps up to six people and retains many authentic features of the building, including the original plaster work in the double bedrooms, wooden beams and look out for the early 19th-century graffiti! There are two double bedrooms and one twin bunk room with views across the courtyard and surrounding meadows. It has a fantastic, well-equipped open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining room, with a shower room and cloakroom with WC off the main hall.

Hamptonne operates as a visitor attraction and the public will be on-site during opening hours from spring to autumn. But once the doors close, guests have the property to themselves to roam freely, along with the small group of resident chickens.

Hamptonne in the summer sunshine


Discover the history of Hamptonne

Dating from the 17th century with over 100 vergées, was considered a fairly large farm and reflected the ethos of self-sufficiency and mixed farming prevalent across the Island.

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How many does this property sleep?

Cider Barn sleeps up to six people in two double bedrooms and one twin bunk room. It can be hired in conjunction with the Stable Apartment, which sleeps four people. 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 parking in the Hamptonne visitor car park adjacent to the property.

What are the bathroom facilities?

There is one bathroom with a shower and a separate WC.

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

Cider Barn has underfloor heating throughout.

Does the property have a washing machine or dishwasher?

There is a dishwasher in the property, but no washing machine.

Are dogs allowed to stay in the property?

Dogs are not allowed to stay at this property.

Is there a garden?

Cider Barn is located within the beautiful grounds of Hamptonne Country Life Museum. Hamptonne has great open areas including an orchard and a meadow that is perfect for kids to run around. Guests staying at the apartment have access to the outside areas through a courtyard. Throughout the year we may have chickens in the meadows and during the summer we may have livestock, including cows and pigs. The animals on-site are taken care of by Jersey Heritage staff, please do not feed them.


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