This lovely three bedroom, three bathroom villa has been finished to a very high standard. The property is just yards from the north coast cliff paths and fishing harbour and beach at Bouley Bay. This holiday home is set in the grounds of the Undercliff, a quaint and attractive 4 star guest house nestling in two acres of wooded countryside. The villa has its own outdoor areas and overlooks the gardens and the shared swimming pool. The first floor bedrooms have a shared balcony with great views but all rooms enjoy a lovely view.
Bonne Nuit Bay can also be accessed from the nearby clliff paths and this area is a very popular base for walking holidays.
Children over 5 years welcome.
Sorry - no smoking in the accommodation.
Bouley Bay Villa is also located here together with Undercliff Apartment and Sea View Apartment making this a fabulous location for a large group.
2017 Bouley Bay Hill Climb
Guests enjoy free admission to these Jersey Motor Cycle and Light Car Club events which will be held on the hill on the 17th April, 9th May, 12th July and 28th August. Access in and out on these days is by arrangement with the course marshalls.
The first hillclimb was held in 1920 when the road surface was concrete and the club had just been formed. The idyllic setting on Jersey’s north coast, with the French coastline visible on a clear day is unsurpassed for its atmosphere and spectacle in British hillclimbing. The original course was 1065 yards in length but this was reduced to the current 1011 in 1949. Demanding, technical and challenging are just a few of the descriptions used by the UK competitors who visit each year for the British National Hillclimb championship. Unlike many UK events the JMC & LCC hillclimbs are open to all types of machinery from cars to sidecars and motorbikes to karts - all are welcome to entertain the crowds. With its mixture of blind bends through high banked tree lined corners to the tight hairpins towards the top, Bouley Bay has everything to challenge the best in the business. For spectators the high banks above the top half of the hill are a natural amphitheatre looking down the hill as the competitors race up.