Jersey In Autumn Breaks-2020

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Merton Hotel

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2 swimming pools
Free parking
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Apollo Hotel

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2 swimming pools
Free parking
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Restaurant
Tea/coffee maker in all rooms
Bar
Superb beaches nearby

Hotel Savoy

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1 swimming pool
Parking
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
Bar
Superb beaches nearby

The Royal Yacht

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1 swimming pool
Free WiFi
Spa and wellness centre
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
Bar
Superb beaches nearby

Mayfair Hotel

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1 swimming pool
Free parking
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Spa and wellness centre
Bar
Superb beaches nearby

Hotel de France

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1 swimming pool
Free parking
Free WiFi
Spa and wellness centre
Restaurant
Bar
Superb beaches nearby

Jersey In Autumn 

As autumn draws in many turn to Jersey as a destination to recharge their batteries and prepare for Christmas with a late break.

In October and November, there are a number of events to enjoy or visitors can just take in the island’s history, restaurants and nature which mix the best of Britain and France.

Those heading to the island are warned they should wrap up warm for any beach strolls, but a walk will be well worth it to build up an appetite as October sees Tennerfest, a promotion covering around 80 of Jersey’s very best restaurants.

Diners can enjoy two and three course meals from set menus at £10, £12.50 and £15.

The culinary theme continues through autumn on Jersey with La Faîs’sie d’cidre, or Cider Festival, run by the Jersey Heritage Trust.

Once cider was one of Jersey’s main exports and the drink was produced by farms all over the island. Today the festival allows visitors to see the apples crushed, using a horse to power the press, and prepared for fermentation in the traditional method.

There is also the opportunity to taste some of Jersey’s best ciders.

The island’s best food are on show at St Helier’s Victorian covered market, also a great place to stop for a coffee. Items to look out for at the markets include the doughnut-like cakes Mervelles, or Jersey wonder, Le Neir Bueree, black butter made from apple preserve, and bags of mixed dry used in preparing Jersey Bean Crock.

The fish market opposite on Beresford Street, which dates back to 1841, also offers a great selection of very fresh seafood.

To get to know Jersey a little better, a series of walks with expert guides are organised throughout autumn.

Tours includes, the churches and grave yards of the island, the Corbiere lighthouse, the ghost walk and the gourmet walk.

Come the end of October, things become a little frightening in Jersey with Halloween.

A number of events take place, but the scariest must be the Journey in the Tunnel of Doom.

Between 11pm and 1am – the perfect time for catching a glimpse of a ghost or witch – tours take visitors through the tunnel at St Helier.  The event is organised by the Jersey Arts Centre, which promises to take those brave enough into a world of dark spirits and horror with only candle light to guide them to safety.

A little less thrilling will be the Family Fright Night at Mont Orgueil Castle. Prizes will be presented for the best costumes, traditional Halloween games will be played and street performers will keep all trick-or-treaters entertained. However, the dark corners of the castle are bound to hide a few shocks and surprises.
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