Directions

Directions to the Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre

See:   Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre on Google for a Google map.

By bus from the Airport

See www.libertybus.je

The bus stop is situated outside the airport arrivals hall. Take the bus No 15 into Liberation Station in St Helier. – approx. 30 – 55mins journey depending on the time of the day.

Then change onto one of the bus option below.

By bus from Liberation Station, St Helier- video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzru2Zj4dUQ

See www.libertybus.je

1)    Steep Hill   –   8-10 minutes
From Liberation Bus Station, St Helier (Most Frequent Service)
No 1 Bus to Gorey Pier – on leaving the bus you will need to take the footpath behind the public toilets towards the castle.  At the top of this path there is a steep hill alongside The Crab Shack restaurant and we are along the road at the top.

2)    Steep Hill  –   5-6 minutes
From Liberation Bus Station, St Helier (Limited Service)
No 2 bus to St Catherines and get-off at the stop alongside Mont Orgeuil Castle.  From here you will see The Crab Shack Restaurant– take the steep hill alongside the restaurant and we are along the road at the top.

3)    Flat roadway walk  –  6-8 minutes
From Liberation Bus Station, St Helier (Limited Service)
No 13 bus to Durrell and get off at Ransoms Garden Centre (the stop between St Saviour’s Hospital and St Martin’s Church).  On leaving the bus walk back along the route the bus has just taken to the 2nd crossroads, then turn left towards The Dolmen and Anne Port – we are at the end of this road.

By Vehicle from the Airport

On exiting the airport approach road, take the 1st exit off the roundabout onto Avenue de la Reine Elizabeth ll (B36). At the second roundabout take the 2nd exit onto La Route de Beaumont (A12) towards Beaumont and St Helier.  At the end of this road, at the junction, turn right onto La Route de la Haule (A1) and follow the road onto the dual carriage way.  At the end of the dual carriage way at the traffic lights (The Grand Hotel will be on your left) keep to the middle lane and follow the traffic under the under-pass and towards The East and the tunnel.

On exiting the tunnel – take either route mentioned below.

By Vehicle from the St Helier Ferry Terminal

At the end of the ferry terminal approach road take the 3rd exit at the roundabout.  Filter into the middle lane heading towards the tunnel.

On exiting the tunnel – take either route mentioned below.

On exiting the tunnel to the JAAC

1)    Most Direct Route (20 minutes depending on traffic)

On leaving the tunnel take the 2nd exit at the roundabout onto La Route du Fort (A17).  At the first set of traffic lights turn left into St Clements Road (A15) and keep to middle lane.  At the traffic lights veer right in front of the newsagents shop and up Mont Millais (A6).
The A6 is quite a long road – at the roundabout take the 4th exit (basically turning right) into Princes Tower Road (B28) and at the ‘T’ junction turn right into La Rue de la Hougue Bie (B28).
Continue on the B28, by-passing St Saviour’s Hospital and the entrance to Queen’s Valley Reservoir on you right – shortly after the reservoir there is a road-sign on the right hand side pointing to Gorey and Anne Port.  Take the next right after this sign and at the end of this short road, go straight across into La rue de la Pouclee et des Quatre Chemins.  There is a signpost here pointing to Anne Port and The Dolmen.  We are at the end of this road.

2)    Most Straightforward Rout (30 minutes depending on traffic)

On leaving the tunnel take the 2nd exit at the roundabout onto La Route du Fort  (A17)– look for signpost to Gorey.
Bypass the Co-op on your left and at the junction keep to the right hand lane at the traffic lights and go straight onto Victoria Road (B47) – keep on this road until you reach the coast.  Turn left at the T junction onto La Grande Route de la Cotte (A4) – follow this road all along the coast until Gorey Pier (overlooked by Mont Orgeuil Castle).  Follow the road around to the left onto La Grande Route de Faldouet (B70) and go up the hill bypassing the church on the right.  At the top of the hill take the 1st turning on your right onto La rue de la Pouclee et des Quatre Chemins.  There is a signpost here pointing to Anne Port and The Dolmen.  We are at the end of this road.