The Runnymede Court Hotel is a pretty Edwardian property and garden, on the outskirts of St. Helier's town centre.
The accommodation is suitable for short breaks or long holidays and adaptable to solo travellers and families.
The hotel offers a quality service and the family-run friendliness means guests tend to return year after year!
B&B: from £40 per person per night (low season) and £56 per person per night (high season)
5 out of 5 (25 reviews)
There is a selection of single, double, twin and treble rooms. Families can also be accommodated.
All guest rooms are en-suite and equipped with flat screen television, tea and coffee tray, direct dial telephone and free WiFi.
The large and bright restaurant room overlooks the garden and serves a full English breakfast in the mornings and fresh, homemade three course meals in the evening.
The hotel's bar is a pleasant place for relaxation before or after your meal.
Steps lead to the entrance and the hotel does not provide any disabled facilities.
The residential area around the Runnymede Court was built in the Victorian era to welcome beach goers and is still as popular today. The proximity to the town centre as well as to the seaside makes it a great base to start your holidays from.
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