Please note: Longueville Manor will no longer be accepting cash payments in any area of the hotel. Most credit and debit cards are accepted, with the exception of American Express.
Privately owned, Longueville Manor is the Channel Island’s only Relais & Châteaux hotel and AA 5 Red Star hotel. The hotel was also ranked in the top 25 hotels in the UK at the TripAdvisor 2019 Travellers’ Choice Awards and also named in the top 25 luxury hotels in the UK.
All guests’ rooms and suites have been individually designed to reflect the soul of the manor, an effective blend of modern amenities within the walls of a sumptuous 14th century home.
The 16 acres of land situated just east of St Helier host an outdoor swimming pool, a tennis court and a woodland to be enjoyed on your own, as a couple, or as a family.
Longueville Manor’s restaurant presents remarkable cuisine focused on local products and prides itself on its Victorian kitchen garden, which is a visual gem as well as a constant source of fresh vegetables and herbs.
B&B: from £95 per person per night (low season) and from £176 per person per night (high season)
5 out of 5 (8 reviews)
Classic rooms, perfect for short stays.
Superior rooms, with views of the grounds.
Deluxe rooms, include sitting and dining areas – most have a private patio & access to the garden. Ideal for families with extra beds available.
Junior Suites, with a mix of antique and modern furniture and great views of the hotel’s grounds.
Tower suite, ultimately luxurious and romantic with a stunning bathroom, a separate lounge and private access to the garden.
Cottage suite, separate 2 bedroom granite cottage with a dining room, a lounge & private garden. Perfect for total privacy and for families.
All rooms have been individually designed by the owner and feature luxurious toiletries, scented candles, complimentary mineral water, fruit bowl, board games, magazines, Ipod dock, flat screen TV with Blu-ray DVD player, cordless phone, free WiFi and 24h room service.
Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A Table d’Hôte is served in two dining areas; the 15th century Oak Room and the Garden Room.
Perfect for barbecues in the summer.
Exquisite afternoon tea can be served in different lounges, on the terrace or in guests' rooms.
Renowned for the quality and variety of its drinks, from teas & coffees to cocktails served in the Snug or Drawing room. Extensive wine list on offer.
Private dining rooms are available for family celebrations or business meetings. Bespoke menus can be created.
All the facilities such as the restaurant, bars and grounds are accessible under the hotel's accessibility initiative. There are some ground floor rooms, however the hotel does not feature any full disabled rooms.
2 pm / 12 pm
Dogs are welcomed and will be provided with a water bowl, dog bed, blanket and biscuit on arrival. Dogs are not permitted in any food service areas.