Longueville Manor Hotel
Travel Blogs from St.Saviour
So thats it then.
Had my last 2 hours of work at the Info Centre today. I'm officially free of that place and in a strange way I will miss it! Definately not the tourists who test my patience daily, mainly the team of people I worked with there.
However, only under desperate circumstances can I see myself heading back there next summer.
Had my last tennis club ...
... itīs a great little island, and we went back this year. With some trepidation, I have to say, could we spend another six days there and not be bored? Neednīt have worried, and weīll go back. Especially as our hotel was so nice. Last year we went to the Atlantic, which was in a good location but not a great hotel, so this year we tried Eulah Country House , halfway between St helier and St ...
Last day in St Helier - drizzle, drizzle, drizzle. Went for early morning walk had to use an umbrella. Wet but quite warm. woke Dawnie up at around 08:30 and went down for breakfast prior to packing up. Checked out - left bags at reception and Mildred in the car port and headed out to find a fibre washer for the rear carburettor fuel bowl. Wot a place this is? Went to ...
Went for my early morning walk as usual. Overcast and quite cool. Explored Green Street Cemetery which was established in 1827. Many of the headstones are made of friable sandstone and are now illegible, but quite a few of granite and marble and they are still in good shape. Surprising number of people reached the ripe old age of 90 plus years in the ...
... the beach and returned through the middle of the Island. Roads are narrow and very rough - one would think they have been maintained by Vic Roads. Wind blowing a gale and quite cool. Views great, houses quaint but many very impractical. French and German tourists everywhere To the park in the evening to listen to the Jersey March band. Great fun and some good precision ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking