Château La Chaire is a small, luxurious and traditional hotel which started life as a private home to a passionate gardener in the 19th century. The 8 1/2 acres of land are beautiful and the house itself has evolved over time to become a tastefully and thoroughly modernised classic hotel.
From the ground floor, private terraces lead to the garden and surrounding woodland. On the first floor balconies extend the feeling of space, light and luxury.
Château La Chaire is popular amongst locals who value its stunning settings and its fantastic cuisine.
B&B: from £72 per person per night (low season) and from £106 per person per night (high season)
4.9 out of 5 (33 reviews)
Choose from a selection of individually designed Classic rooms, Superior rooms and Suites.
All are equipped with bathrobes, slippers, White Company toiletries, large flat screen TV, direct dial phone, radio alarm, hairdryer, trouser press, iron & board, honesty mini bar and complimentary Hildon mineral water.
Opens for morning coffee, afternoon tea (both daily), lunch (daily except Monday & Tuesday) and dinner (daily except Tuesday).
A la carte menu, Market menu, traditional roast Sunday lunch menu and freshly baked afternoon tea service are on offer.
A vegetarian option is included daily.
The sister restaurant to La Chaire, The Rozel Pub & Dining is the newly refurbished, traditional country dining experience just two minutes walk from the hotel. Overseen by the chefs from the hotel, you can be sure that its Michelin Recommended food is as equally fabulous.
Open daily from 11am until 11pm with wide selection of bar drinks, cocktails and wines. Light snack menu also available through the day.
The hotel's restaurant and bar are accessible with wheelchair. Please note that this hotel doesn't have a lift.
This is a place where life stories and history interact - don’t miss learning about Samuel Curtis, the original settler at La Chaire, and discovering the last traces of the exotic botanical garden…
Chateau La Chaire is nestled on the side of Rozel harbour on the east coast of Jersey, mainly hidden from view by its surrounding woodland, only a couple of minutes’ walk to the tiny and picturesque harbour village.
The north eastern coast of Jersey is steep and rugged, and offers an infinity of nooks and crannies to explore - from the rocks leading down to La Coupe bay to walking the beautiful Green Lanes around the fields. Spectacular views to France and Les Ecrehous will often surprise.
3.30 pm / 11 am
Small and medium-sized dogs are accepted in some bedrooms on a request basis and charged at £10 per night. Dogs are not permitted in the lounge or restaurant.