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Norfolk Lodge Hotel

A Hotel in St Helier, Jersey

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Rouge Bouillon
St Helier
Jersey
Channel Islands
JE2 3ZB

Norfolk Lodge Hotel, St Helier

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Situated in one of St Helier's best residential areas, the Norfolk Lodge Hotel is only half a mile from the town's shops, beaches and attractions. The hotel features many facilities including an indoor swimming pool, children's playroom, a bar, ample parking as well as comfortable guest rooms with telephone, television, tea and coffee making facilities and central heating. The hotel provides a great place for a fun family holiday.

2 star rating

From: £40.75

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