The Somerville is a large and beautiful hotel located in a prized location, overlooking the picturesque St Aubin’s village and harbour.
The Somerville is well known for its fine dining, with lunches, afternoon teas and five-course evening meals all available throughout the year. The hotel's service and hospitality perfectly match the building's grand surroundings. Guest rooms are large in size and offer modern facilities within a luxurious and relaxing environment.
B&B: from £57 per person per night (low season) and from £90 per person per night (high season)
4.9 out of 5 (80 reviews)
- Open all year
- 59 rooms
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Free WiFi throughout
- On-site parking
C.I. Travel Group Hotel Awards
The Somerville Hotel has been shortlisted in the 5 and 4 star Jersey category of the 2017 C.I. Travel Group Hotel Awards.
The awards were selected by using genuine customer feedback, ensuring that real opinions reflect the quality of customer service at each shortlisted hotel.
The Somerville offers a selection of Classic and Superior rooms.
Classic rooms can be doubles or twins with a garden or sea view
All guest rooms are en-suite and equipped with tea & coffee facilities, in room safe, digital flat screen television, direct dial telephone, hairdryer, bathrobes and free Wi-Fi.
Superior Rooms are larger than Classic rooms.
Superior Garden Sea View Rooms offer ultimate luxury with a private terrace, cocktail bar, fridge/freezer, large screen television, seating area with table, walk-in shower and bath.
Dining & Bars
Tides Restaurant offers a gourmet table d’hôte and à la carte menu. The restaurant room overlooks the hotel’s garden and St Aubin’s Bay, a splendid setting in which to taste some of Jersey’s best produce.
Bar & Terrace
Open to all and ideal for drinks and light snacks, inside or al-fresco on the terrace when the sun shines.
The hotel has a beautiful outdoor swimming pool and peaceful sun lounger area.
There is a lift to all floors and disabled access to all public areas, but no disabled rooms.
St Aubin is probably the most picturesque village in Jersey with its little harbour bordered by restaurants, independent shops and a charming arts & crafts gallery. St Aubin’s Bay runs all the way to St Helier with a promenade popular with walkers and cyclists.
Check In / Out
2 pm / 10 am