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Jersey Group Holidays with Built-In Excursions
Jersey is the largest (and perhaps most beautiful) of the Channel Islands. This peaceful, cultured island offers guests a European ambience but with the convenience of using the same currency, plus VAT-free shopping and much to do and see.
2019 Dates (All 7 Night Duration), from; 15 June, 13th July, 3rd August, 7th September and 21st September.
Accommodation: Maison des Landes (very accessible) - click here to find out more about this hotel
Features of the Group Holiday
- Return flights from your local airport or ferry from Poole
- Meet & Greet service at Jersey airport
- Return adapted transfers in an adapted vehicle
- Welcome meeting with drink and chance to meet the group
- Guaranteed adapted room on the ground floor
- Profile bed, overhead hoist and shower chairs available at no extra charge
- Five adapted excursions
- The assistance of the Maison team throughout your stay
Included Accessible Excursions (subject to change)
(Monday to Friday - Normally depart 11:00hrs and return 16:00hrs)
Saturday - Arrival day – transfer to hotel and welcome dinner in evening
Sunday - Quiet day – trips to shops or church or beach
Monday - Visit to St Helier + South & West Tour visiting St Aubin, Noirmont, St Brelades bay, Corbiere and St Ouens bay.
Tuesday - Visit the Jersey Pearl, then on to St Brelades bay for lunch & afternoon.
Wednesday - Tour of North coast including Greve de Lecq, Bonne Nuit, Rozel Bay and St Catherines. Lunch at Gorey and return by east coast to the hotel.
Thursday - Visit the Jersey Orchid Foundation then lunch in Coronation Park (visit the Glass Church). In the afternoon, visit the Jersey War Tunnels (or St Aubin) and return to the hotel.
Friday - All-day visit to Durrell Wildlife Park or St Helier or any special requests
Please Note - All excursions dependent on weather and subject to change.
Tailor-made holidays – especially designed for disabled people
All properties personally audited and graded for wheelchair-users, slow walkers and people with limited mobility.