Visit Jersey on two wheels this Easter
Friday, March 1, 2013
Tempt the entire family away this Easter with an active break to Jersey at the 50-bedroomed Atlantic Hotel, with stunning views across St Ouen’s Bay and its five miles of glorious sand. For cyclists, Jersey is one of Europe's best kept secrets. With 100 miles of roads, byways and lanes to explore, the island-wide cycle network makes for free-wheeling pleasure on two wheels! Follow one of the many well sign-posted cycle routes and take in miles of Green Lanes where pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders take priority over cars.
Explore the island’s beautiful bays, medieval castles and coastal trails on two wheels, and call in at any of the 16 top family attractions on the island including Aquasplash, Durrell’s Wildlife Conservation Trust and the Jersey War Tunnels with a Jersey Pass from less than £10 per day.
Mark Jordan, Executive Head Chef of The Atlantic’s Michelin-starred Ocean Restaurant, offers a fantastic nursery menu, including Breaded Jersey plaice goujons, chunky chips, lemon mayonnaise and Jersey Steak Burger, sesame seed bun, Pont Neuf potatoes.
Stay at The Atlantic Hotel from £100 per person per night including breakfast, daily newspaper and use of the indoor and outdoor swimming pools, spa pool, saunas, mini gym and tennis court. Naturally, cycle hire can be organised in advance and the cycles waiting for you on arrival at the hotel. Upgrade to half-board for £50 per person, including a three course table d'hote dinner. To book please visit www.theatlantichotel.com or call 01534 744101.