Stay in the self-proclaimed 'seaside folly', built in the 1930s and offering direct access to the sweep and golden sands of Jersey's largest beach. This unique property sits in a large area of land and can sleep up to six people.
Barge Aground sits in the rugged landscape of the dunes in Jersey’s only national park, close to a beautiful nature reserve. You can take many walks through fields of native orchids or along the beach, spotting the wildlife that calls this area home - watch out for the marsh harriers who hover over the area!
When booking Jersey Heritage properties, please note that one member of the party must be over 25 years of age.
Self Catering: from £1227 per week (low season) and £1954 per week (high season) based on 6 sharing Overview Reviews Features Sleeps up to 6 people in two identical adult bunk bed rooms plus a double sofa bed in the lounge diner DVD player which also plays CDs Central heating Dishwasher Accommodation Two identical, adult twin bunkrooms are located in the ‘stern’ of the property while the kitchen and bathroom adjoin the large lounge/diner. There is a double sofa bed i
Two identical, adult twin bunkrooms are located in the ‘stern’ of the property while the kitchen and bathroom adjoin the large lounge/diner. There is a double sofa bed in the ‘prow’ of the building.
The Barge Aground has been lovingly restored in its original 1930s style, including period furniture and walnut floors. The property is approached via a large area of grassland and features a terrace with direct access to the beach.
Tableware, cutlery, glasses, cups for six guests, basic cooking utensils and cookware are all provided.
Bed linen and bathroom towels are provided.
TV reception is poor in this area but a picture is possible with strategic placing of the aerial.
The Barge Aground is on Jersey's west coast, sitting between a beautiful grassy National Park area and the island's longest sandy beach.
Dogs are accepted on a request basis and charged at £10.00 per stay.
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