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Samarès Manor, St Clement, Jersey

Samarès Manor
St Clement
Jersey

JE2 6QW
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Situated within its beautiful and extensive grounds, Samarès Manor’s self catering holiday accommodation comprises three farmhouse apartments and three cottages, located in the Manor’s picturesque early Victorian courtyard.

The accommodation ranges in size from a small apartment registered for three adults, to a very spacious four bedroom cottage that accommodates eight adults and three children. All units of accommodation have been tastefully renovated and furnished to a high standard.

Samarès Manor has a tranquil atmosphere and visitors have access to the Gardens at all times. The Manor also provides a rural life and carriage museum, gift shop and specialist plant centre. The licensed Herb Garden Café is open from 9am-5pm for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

Samarès Manor, situated two miles east of St. Helier, is close to open countryside and within half a mile of extensive sandy beaches. A golf course, driving range and good quality pubs and restaurants are within easy reach.

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Number of Units: 6
Unit Type: Apartments & Cottages
Price Guide: £755-£1890
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