This boat-shaped seaside folly built in the 1930s is uniquely positioned with direct access to the beautiful sweep of St Ouen’s Bay.
Barge Aground sits in the rugged landscape of the dunes in Jersey’s only national park, close to the nature reserve. In early summer a walk will take you through fields of native orchids and throughout the year the area teems with bird life – watch out for the marsh harriers who live in the area.
The décor has a 1930s theme, with walnut wooden floors and some original 1930s furniture. Two adult twin bunkrooms are located in the ‘stern’ of the property while the kitchen and bathroom adjoin the large lounge/diner. There is a double sofa bed in the ‘prow’ of the building. Double doors open onto a large terrace that overlooks the bay. Barge Aground is close to many beachfront cafés and restaurants. The Jersey surf school is also close by and two golf courses are a short distance away.
Sleeps up to six in two adult size bunk beds and one double sofa bed