A magnificent 19th century fort sitting above the picturesque Bouley Bay on Jersey's north coast, Fort Leicester is a quirky property set over three levels.
The fort can sleep up to eight guests and benefits from a private garden and outdoor terrace.
When booking Jersey Heritage properties, please note that one member of the party must be over 25 years of age.
Self Catering: from £1297 per week (low season) and £2075 per week (high season) based on 8 sharing
The master bedroom has a double bed with two additional single beds; there is a double sofa bed in the lounge and a separate bunk room with an adult size bunk bed.
A fully fitted kitchen and lounge/diner is on the first level with a bunk bedroom and bathroom on the second level. The large master bedroom with a wood burning stove occupies the top level. All rooms, including the bathroom, are housed in separate buildings and guests will need to go outside to move from one to the other.
Tableware, cutlery, glasses, cups for eight guests, basic cooking utensils and cookware are all provided.
Bed linen and bathroom towels are provided.
Fort Leicester is not on the mains water but is supplied by borehole. It is therefore advisable to drink bottled water during your stay; it is suitable for cooking and bathing.
Please note that this hotel doesn't have a lift.
Fort Leicester is located on Jersey's north coast, overlooking Bouley Bay Harbour. A pub with a restaurant and beach café is located in Bouley Bay, which is also home to Jersey’s scuba diving school.
Dogs are accepted on a request basis and charged at £.00 per stay.