Pontac House Hotel
Jersey is the most southerly of the Channel Islands, located some 160 km (100 miles) south of mainland Britain and only 23 km (14 miles) from the coast of France. Only 117 km² (45 square miles) in size, the island offers a wide variety of activities from walking and water sports to museums and galleries. St. Clements is one of the smallest parishes, containing some of the suburbs on the main town St. Helier. Its sandy beaches and rocky coastline make it particularly attractive to visitors.
Places of interest in St. Clements include:
Coastline (adjacent) - the rocky coastline that runs from St. Clements bay around to Grouville is a UN RAMSAR site of special significance.
Le Hocq Tower (300 metres) - this interesting tower was built in 1778 as a defensive structure, to help protect the British against the French who had sided with the American colonies.
Mont Ubé Dolmen (800 metres) - this simple stone structure was believed to have been constructed by a pre-Celtic race called the Iberians, dating back to around 3000 B.C.
Features and Facilities
We have our own Restaurant.