Longueville Manor

A Historic Hotel in St Saviour, Jersey

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Longueville Road
St Saviour
Channel Islands

Longueville Manor, St Saviour

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Accommodation Description:

Longueville Manor is a 14th Century Norman manor house that has been lovingly restored and converted into one of Europe's most celebrated hotels. Character, courtesy, calm, charm and cuisine combine to make up the essence of the only Relais and Chateaux hotel in Jersey. These five elements are embodied at Longueville Manor where guests and diners will immediately appreciate the warm welcome, exceptional comfort and fine cuisine.

5 star rating

From: £100.00

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