The Harbour Gallery
Open 10am - 5.30pm, 7 days a week
About the Harbour Gallery
As the largest exhibiting and selling gallery in the Channel Islands, the Harbour Gallery and Creative Design Studios promotes the work of over 100 local artists and craft workers. The Harbour Gallery is the home of Jersey Soap, “Sew & Sew”, “Knit Wits” and Evolve designer fashions from Jersey. The Gallery’s 12 Creative Design studios mean that there is always something new to see or try your hand at a new art of craft form.
The Gallery hosts 9 major exhibitions a year and there are regular workshops for adults and children. Homemade food is available at The Painters Palette Café where you can enjoy the view over St Aubin’s Harbour.
The Somerville is a large and beautiful hotel located in a prized location, overlooking the picturesque St Aubin’s village and harbour.
The Windmills Hotel is one of Jersey’s most spectacularly located hotels, overlooking the beach and the sea from above St Brelade’s Bay on the south coast of the island.
The Hotel Miramar is a delightful family-run hotel offering traditional accommodation fantastic value close to the popular and picturesque St. Brelade’s Bay.
Au Caprice Guest House
Au Caprice Guest House offers great hospitality and comfortable accommodation in a convenient location across from the sandy beach in St Aubin’s Bay.
Harbour View Guest House
The Harbour View Guest House is one of Jersey’s best kept secrets! A little gem right in the heart of the picturesque St. Aubin's village with a paved yet green outdoor area.
Lyndhurst Guest House
The Lyndhurst is a welcoming guest house beautifully positioned just across the road from the long and sandy St Aubin’s bay.
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