Somerville Hotel – Jerse

The Somerville Hotel is one of Jersey’s finest country house hotels and is well known for its warm welcome and excellent reputation.

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General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss booking this hotel. Overlooking St Aubin’s stunning Bay, the Somerville Hotel is one of Jersey’s finest country house hotels and is well known for its warm welcome and excellent reputation. Its tastefully furnished bedrooms are modern and cosy, and the large outdoor pool provides guests with beautiful views of the harbour. Travel Now Pay Later Somerville Hotel Jersey Jetnow. Just a short stroll away you’ll find the town centre of St Aubin with its many shops, bars and restaurants to enjoy.


  • Close to the Harbour
  • Free Infant Places
  • Great location for sightseeing
  • Outdoor pool and terrace
  • Spacious rooms

Flight & Transfer Information

Flight duration approx. 1 hour, transfer to resort around 10 mins by taxi or shuttle bus.


Room option; double or twin rooms.

Double or Twin Room

Standard Double or Twin rooms sleep up to 2 adults and have a bathroom containing a bath or shower, hairdryer, television, safety deposit box and tea and coffee making facilities. Room upgrades are available.

Food & Drink

Newly refurbished Tides Restaurant and Voyager Curiosity Lounge Bar.

Tides Restaurant.

Serving a modern British menu that celebrates the best produce in the British Isles with sensational seafood, mouth-watering meats and delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes .

Local Attractions

Just off the Normandy coast, the Channel Islands comprising of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm are a short hop away from Britain and mainland Europe. There is so much to see and do in the Channel Islands. An idyllic archipelago with a whole lot to offer, our cherished Channel Islands boast the best of both worlds with their fabulous French climate and blissful British charm.

Tucked between the shores of England and France, Jersey is an underrated gem. This dinky island has kept its beautiful surroundings completely unspoiled over the years. Choose Jersey for your next holiday and you'll have sweeping sandy beaches to laze on, green valleys to wander and medieval stone fortresses to explore. And the food? A delicious medley of freshly-netted seafood, locally-produced veggies and artisan baked goodies.

Jersey is a fantastic island to visit for a staycation. Whether it’s sandy beaches, water sports or history that floats your boat, Jersey boasts all three. Hailing the most sunny days in the UK per year, Jersey is perfect for outdoor families wanting to try somewhere new to explore within the UK and is packed with adventurous things to do for outdoor families. One of the best things to do in Jersey, is to hire kayaks in St Brelade’s Bay and explore the nooks and crannies of the rugged South West coastline at high tide. Another favourite thing to do in Jersey is to cycle the old railway track from the pretty port of St Aubins to iconic Corbiere Lighthouse on the West coast. Visit Jersey’s Durrell Wildlife Park, set in 32 acres, Durrell Wildlife Park, home to over 130 species, devotes itself to protecting animals from all over the world through breeding, research, training and education and watch gorillas, orangutans, bears and gibbons roam in large open air enclosures. Explore Mont Orgueil, Gorey on the North East coast of Jersey. One of the most interesting things to in Jersey Channel Islands is visit the Jersey War Tunnels. One of the best things to do in Jersey is to SURF! The West Coast of Jersey faces the Atlantic swell and bags consistent waves drawing a huge surf culture to the island.