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Pubs in Jersey are quintessentially charming, they boast a relaxed atmosphere and serve mouthwatering food and drink. Jersey’s landscape means that it has the beautiful coastline and buzzing capital city, as well as the stunning countryside, so whatever kind of pub you’re looking for, you’re sure to be able to find it on the island. There are an abundance of pubs in the lively capital of St Helier where you’ll find delicious food and drinks to suit every appetite making the most of the local Jersey produce. If you wish to venture out of the capital, you’ll still find a grand selection of pubs to pick from whether you want to nestle deep in the country, or sit back along the coast. For this reason, we have created the ultimate guide to the best pubs in Jersey, whether you’re after a classic historical pub or a unique modern alternative we have got you covered.
Each pub offers something unique, The Old Court House in St. Aubin has an incredible seaside panorama that can be enjoyed with an ice cold beer. Whereas the Portelet Inn is a charming traditional pub with a cosy log fire and low hanging beams. The wonderful community feel at the different local pubs in Jersey are incomparable! For this reason, we have created the ultimate guide to the best pubs in Jersey, whether you’re after a classic historical pub or a unique modern alternative we have got you covered.
St Helier is the island’s capital and there are lots of things to see and do in its beautiful cobbled streets. Its distinct character and stunning sea views make it one of the best places to stop for a drink in Jersey. Here is our roundup of the best pubs in the bustling St Helier.
Halkett Pub is in the perfect location as it is amongst the hustle and bustle in the centre of St Helier, close to the Central Market. The delicious traditional pub serves dishes with a twist which are ideal for the whole family as there is something for everyone. The warming and relaxed atmosphere makes it a comfortable spot to settle down with one of their award-winning locally brewed Liberation Ales. You can regularly enjoy the local live music as well as the electric atmosphere when popular sports games are streamed.
Parking – Yes in Halkett Place.
Address – Halkett Place, St Helier, JE2 4WG
The Lamplighter is one of the most popular pubs in St Helier. It is a traditional real ale pub that serves four real ciders and eight different real ales daily. The award-winning pub serves great value food and has all of the classic dishes that everyone can enjoy. It has an incredibly welcoming and buzzing atmosphere and the staff are very friendly so you can always expect to have a good time here. Nip in for a glass of wine or pork pie and relax the day away.
Parking – Closest car park is the Pier Street Car Park (on the street)
Address – 9 Mulcaster Street, St Helier, JE2 3NJ
On a warm summer evening, Cock & Bottle is the place to be. The incredibly large alfresco dining area is the ideal place to enjoy delicious food and cool beverages. Even if it starts to get a bit chilly, the staff will turn on the outdoor heaters and offer you complimentary blankets. It is situated right in the city centre and is only a few steps away from the main shopping area. The menu incorporates a mix of classic French and traditional pub favourites which will appeal to all ages and tastes.
Parking – Closest car park is the Pier Street Car Park (on the street) or Snow Hill Car Park
Address – Royal Square, St Helier, JE2 4WA
You will find this beautiful pub amongst the offices in the financial centre and it is also only a short walk from the Jersey Opera House, making it a great place for pre-show dining or post-show drinks! The stylish interior makes it a wonderful spot to stay for some food and drinks at any point during the day. Seaton Place Social is only a stone’s throw away from the main shops, so don't forget to stop by for a slice of pizza from their pizza oven or for a refreshing G&T.
Parking – Closest car park is the Esplanade Car Park
Address – Seaton Place, St Helier, JE2 3QI
In the winter months, this traditional pub has a magical and cosy atmosphere due to the fire you can as you can settle down next to a for extra warmth. When summer comes, you can enjoy the beaming sun in the large outdoor seating area. You can also try one of the many lagers and beers on offer whilst playing darts with your friends. The food here is delicious, from jackets for lunch to sausage and mash for dinner, their old-style options are always a hit.
Parking – Closest car park is the Esplanade Car Park
Address – Hue Street, St Helier, JE2 3RE
This true local pub is everything you could want from an eatery. The excellent value food and drink make it perfect for a quick lunch or an evening out with the family. It is not right in the centre of town so it is ideal if you are after somewhere that is a little bit quieter. The staff are lovely and welcoming and will cater to everyone’s different needs. It is a great hidden gem and the atmosphere adds to the overall positive vibe.
Parking – Closest car park is Snow Hill Car Park
Address – 12 St. James Street, St Helier, JE2 3QZ
For an old-style pub with outstanding food, Soleil is the place to stop by. A lot of locals and visitors rave about the big portion sizes, so you will never leave feeling hungry! The excellent choice of drinks is the cherry on top and you can even enjoy them outside in the summer sun during the warmer months. The pub is cosy which adds to the community-feel atmosphere,making it the ideal location for catching up with your friends over a pint or a cool glass of wine.
Parking – Closest car park is Ann Place Car Park
Address – 12 Bath Street, St Helier, JE2 4ST
St Aubin is a delightful fishing village full of historical charm, perfect for a stroll to take in the incredible sea view panoramas. The pubs in St Aubin are second to none and you can even take a historic pub crawl through the cobbled streets if you want to continue the night! The vintage charm of this location is not to be missed and the main cluster of pubs lie along the promenade for you to get a taste of the unique flavour of this enchanting village
You can bring the whole family along with you to The Tenby as the pub offers dog-friendly spots in the beer garden and alfresco seating, perfect for a quick stop on your autumnal walk. The inside interior is remarkable, and we can guarantee that the greens, blues and turquoises will fill you with delight. The Tenby serves food that is cooked to perfection and a varied menu that contains all the classic dishes! A unique table mix creates a joyous setting to enjoy a pint or a fine glass of wine with your friends and family.
Parking – Yes close by
Address – The Bulwarks, St Aubin, JE3 8AB
The Trafalgar Inn is in the heart of the stunning port of St Aubin, situated at the end of the cobbled high street. This traditional pub will provide you with hours of entertainment with a pool table, jukebox, darts board, fruit machine, board games and free Wi-Fi, you have a variety of different options to keep you entertained. The classic pub is also a sports fans heaven as they always have different sports games televised. And, at the weekends you can let loose whilst listening to their live music. You will be completely spoilt for choice when it comes to ales, spirits, wines, beers and delicious snacks.
Parking – Behind the town hall.
Address – Charing Cross, St Aubin, JE3 8AB
There is a wonderful selection of pubs in St Brelade’s as it has one of the most popular bays in Jersey. On a summer's day, many tourists and locals flock to St. Brelade’s Bay to relax in the sunshine and there is no better way to finish the day than with a thirst-quenching drink and some delicious food. Whether you are after good value for money, family-friendly options or gorgeous views there will be a pub on this list for you!
For that swashbuckling experience, The Smugglers Inn is your haunt! This pirate-themed pub is a 25-minute walk from St Brelade’s Bay. In the winter, cosy up to one of the two blazing log fires and enjoy the warmth the Smugglers has to offer. With its classic pub menu and friendly staff, it is the perfect place to have a relaxing meal or even just rest your tired legs after a coastal walk. This pub is a favourite amongst the locals and we can guarantee that the traditional dishes will tantalize your taste buds.
Parking – The pub is opposite a large car park.
Address – La Mont Du Quaisne, St. Brelades, JE3 8AW
This traditional premier family pub is beaming with cosiness where you can settle down next to the real fireplace and enjoy a cask ale under the low beams in your comfy armchair. In the summer you can enjoy a delicious drink on the outside balcony for panoramic views of the stunning Portelet Bay. The 16th Century Inn emits a historical charm and it is one of the most popular St Brelade’s Bay pubs! Pirate Pete’s indoor and outdoor adventure playground is a haven for children and there are also live bands every Friday evening that the whole family can enjoy.
Parking – Available.
Address – La Route de Noirmont, St. Brelade, JE3 8AJ
The Horse & Hound has two bar areas. By one bar there is a range of traditional pub games such as pool and darts where the overall aesthetic vibe is generally darker. The other bar area is a lot brighter and both the bar areas have a tv screen that frequently plays sports games. At the weekend you can enjoy some fantastic live music and you can even bring your family and canine companion along for some fun. In the summer you can bask in the sunshine in the pub garden with a cool beverage. The pub doesn’t serve food but delicious coffee is available, as well as an abundance of other drinks.
Parking – Public car park across the road.
Address – La Route des Quennevais, Red Houses, St Brelade, JE3 8LL
The fishing village of Gorey is known for its delectable delights and is gloriously overlooked by the medieval Mont Orgueil castle. A pub is the best way to end a day exploring this village so here is a roundup of the pubs in Gorey and the different food & drink they have on offer.
Situated only a 5-minute drive from Gorey centre is The Seymour Pub & Restaurant. A good old-fashioned classic that is located on the Grouville coast, leaving you to take in the wonderful views of Seymour Tower as well as the oyster beds. The cuisine is mainly traditional British pub classics as well as seafood. The nearby Grouville Bay has a vast expanse of golden sand for you to rest and unwind before nipping into the pub for a hearty meal on the alfresco terrace. The beach is just as stunning in the winter months, ideal for a nice crisp walk which can be topped off with a hot roasted coffee.
Parking – Yes close by
Address – La Rue du Puits Mahaut, Grouville, JE3 9BU
For excellent value food and mouth-watering options, The Pembroke serves a great varied pub menu! Enjoy a delicious sharing board or fill yourself up on some locally caught seafood, pairing it with a tasty beer. You can even socialise with your friends and family over a game of pool or darts. If watching sports is more up your street, you can enjoy live major sporting events in the public bar. The homely pub is popular amongst visitors and locals because of its relaxed atmosphere. The safe enclosed play area for children to enjoy means it is perfect for families.
Parking – Yes close by
Address – La Grande Route des Sablons, Grouville, JE3 9FR
A stimulating country walk that ends with a stop at a cosy pub is a great way to spend a day in Jersey, particularly in the winter months. There is nothing better than getting inside from a crisp day out and warming yourself up with a glass of red and some steaming hot food. So, in the seasons where all you want to do is find a roaring log fire, a pint of ale and some hearty comfort food, we've selected six of our favourite Jersey country pub hideaways for you to try!
For that countryside charm, check out St Mary’s Country Inn. Quaint and fabulously British, this is a perfect retreat with a menu offering imaginative food at reasonable prices, including traditional favourites, grills, espetadas and scrummy puddings! They have an extensive wine list, including half-litre carafes or by the glass. If wine's not your thing, try a pint from the great range of continental lagers, the locally brewed Mary Ann beers or the cask-conditioned, award-winning Liberation Ale.
For a royal getaway, visit The Vic in the Valley. Located in the stunning surroundings of St Peter’s Valley, it features two large bars and a sun terrace. It’s a favourite amongst the locals and is famous for its good quality and great value food, with locally brewed beers on tap. It is a wonderful place to keep toasty in the autumn and winter months perfectly accompanied with a warming glass of red wine. The fire on a dark cold winter’s night is everything you could want and more!
Take a visit to one of the oldest pubs in Jersey, The Priory Inn. Situated on the north coast, it is just five minutes' walk from the historic 'Devil's Hole'. This country pub with its open log fire and original granite features oozes rural charm and rustic character. Its picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for some hearty, seasonal pub-food and carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines. You can even keep the little ones happy in the ‘Little Devils’ kids’ party zone, assured to keep them entertained whilst you sit back and relax.
Located just a short walk from the beach at Beaumont, this is the perfect pit-stop after a stroll along the sand. The Goose is renowned for its fantastic food which offers a varied traditional British menu at great value for money. With a dining area fitted with booth seating and large cosy sofas, it's the ideal place for a quiet meal away from the bustle of the bar. Try their flavoursome food cooked in an authentic Josper oven, a unique combination of oven and grill which burns top quality charcoal - the first in the Channel Islands!
For a harbourside view, The Rozel Pub & Dining is the perfect seaside eatery! Explore the coastal cliff paths and work up an appetite for their excellent seafood and gourmet modern British classics. It’s been recommended by the Michelin Guide and had made an appearance in the AA Good Pub Guide for 2018. All the incredible food is home-cooked on the premises and the environment is wonderfully relaxing. During the winter the glass wall rises in the alfresco dining area to keep the area warm and cosy whilst still feeling as though you are outside.
For one of the best country pubs in Jersey, Le Moulin de Lecq is your answer. The warm log fire in the winter is the perfect addition to the cosy atmosphere this pub provides. The building has incredible historical significance. It was formerly Fuller's mill and the building is built around the watermill's cogwheels and gearing mechanisms. The food is always cooked to perfection and the bar serves one of the largest ranges of alcoholic drinks on the island! The incredible picturesque grounds can be admired in the summer where you can settle down in the outside dining area where there is also a children’s adventure playground outside to keep the young ones happy
There are a handful of pubs in Jersey that offer gorgeous sea views which make the perfect spot to settle down after a day of fun at the beach. We all dream of an ice-cold pint or delicious G&T on a hot summer’s day and what better way to enjoy it than by basking in the sunshine next to the glistening ocean? There is nothing that compares to the welcoming atmosphere and charm of a local pub.
The Prince of Wales seaside pub and guesthouse is based on Jersey’s north coast, boasting stunning views of Greve de Lecq. There is a fantastic 1.2-mile walk from Greve de Lecq to Plemont beach along a gorgeous clifftop path if you are looking to continue your day after filling up on their award-winning breakfast. The mouth-watering sea bass, crab and mackerel are caught straight from the bay - it doesn't get fresher than that! Relax by the crashing waves and take in the breath-taking views whilst you enjoy a G&T… or two.
The Old Court House Inn is the epitome of a traditional pub and a lot of their rooms date back to the 17th century. The Inn has spectacular views across St. Aubin’s harbour and there is no better place to be on a weekend afternoon. With its nautical characteristics and deep history, you will want to spend the whole day on their sun-trap terrace. Unwind with a locally-brewed ale and some classic pub flavours, you’ll find their range of food will suit everyone’s taste. Make sure to bring the whole family with you as children and dogs are also welcome.
The Le Hocq Inn has a beautiful coastal panorama, providing some of the best views on the island! It is the most southernly pub in the British Isles and views can be enjoyed from the beautifully landscaped patio area in the summer months. The interior is similar to a traditional Jersey pub but with a modern twist due to its recent transformation. The menu boasts an incredible selection of pub classics including a range of homemade flat pizza bread, Sunday roasts and delicious moules. Their locally-brewed award-winning beers can be enjoyed alongside their family-friendly menu.