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...experience a wonderful stay in a stunning c.17 Jersey farmstead

Morel Farm - Main Buildings
Morel Farm - Front Door

MOREL FARM

This beautiful Grade 2 listed farmstead was gifted to the National Trust for Jersey by Arthur Morel in 1939, whose family were of Huguenot descent and lived in the farmhouse from 1660 to 1875. The property comprises a farmhouse, pressoir (cider barn), boulangerie (bakehouse) and several other outbuildings. The historic farmstead was fully restored by the National Trust for Jersey in 2023 with funding from the States of Jersey Fiscal Stimulus Fund. It now offers three luxurious self-catering accommodation units, offering both locals and visitors the opportunity to stay in an historic farm in a beautiful rural setting

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For more information please email: enquiries@nationaltrust.je or call us on 01534 483193.

Morel Farm
Morel-Farm-FarmHouse_Sitting Room

THE FARMHOUSE

Sitting within a range of historic farm buildings, in rural St Lawrence, The Farmhouse is a renovated 4 bedroom, listed building.

It has been beautifully furnished to suit the style of the property, with a variety of period furniture and paintings, many of which came from the collection of the National Trust for Jersey, including local pieces such as mahogany Jersey presses and chests of drawers.

Sustainability has been championed, with the underfloor heating powered by an air source heat pump.  Three chargers are available for electric vehicles, shared with the other self-catering units.

Living

The large and comfortable drawing room has a granite fireplace with a wood burner, window seats and panelled shutters. This room has high quality soft furnishings and a TV. A separate snug offers a more intimate space in which to relax. There is Wi-Fi throughout.

Eating

The traditional kitchen is equipped with an induction hob, double oven, dishwasher, fridge freezer, and wide selection of modern cookware, tableware and cookbooks. There is a farmhouse table in the kitchen which seats eight, and a separate formal dining room.

A washing machine and tumble dryer are located in the scullery, a separate room leading off from the rear hall.

Sleeping

There are four bedrooms, all located on the first floor: a master bedroom with super-king bed and en-suite, two bedrooms that can be as either a super-king sized double or two singles, and a standard double. Two of these bedrooms have room for at least one travel cot if required. Linen is changed at the end of your stay unless otherwise arranged for an interim clean and changeover.

Bathing

The master bedroom has an en-suite, and there is also a well-equipped family bathroom and a family shower-room. There is a separate shower-room on the ground floor.

Garden

The Farmhouse enjoys its own garden but guests also have access to the large Walled Garden which is shared with guests in the other 2 units.  Wooden garden furniture is provided. .

Dogs

Unfortunately, we are unable to accept dogs.

 

 

Morel Farm - The Bakehouse
Morel Farm - The Bakehouse
Morel Farm - The Bakehouse
Morel Farm - The Bakehouse
Morel Farm - The Bakehouse

THE BAKEHOUSE

Sitting within a range of historic farm buildings, in rural St Lawrence, The Bakehouse (or Boulangerie) originally serviced the Farmhouse, providing a rough open hearth and traditional bread oven. It has been beautifully renovated and now offers luxurious self-catering accommodation for two.

As with the Farmhouse, sustainability has been championed, with electric heating throughout.  Three chargers are available for electric vehicles, shared with the other 2 houses

Accommodation

The property offers a comfortable lounge with dining area and separate kitchen, whilst patio doors lead out onto a private patio area overlooking the countryside. An open staircase leads up to a super-king bedroom with separate bathroom.  There is a TV in the lounge and Wi-Fi throughout the property.

Garden

The Bakehouse enjoys its own patio area but guests also have access to the large Walled Garden which is shared with guests in the other 2 units.

Dogs

Unfortunately, we are unable to accept dogs.

A luxurious rural retreat

THE CHAPEL

Sitting within a range of historic farm buildings, in rural St Lawrence, a former potato store known colloquially as “The Chapel” dates from slightly later than the rest of Morel Farm, its gable end containing a small belfry which has a bell inscribed “John Morel 1837”. Like the Bakehouse it has been beautifully renovated and now offers luxurious self-catering accommodation for two.

As with the Farmhouse, sustainability has been championed, with electric heating throughout.  Three chargers are available for electric vehicles, shared with the other 2 houses.

Accommodation

The property offers a small but comfortable lounge with kitchen and dining area. A staircase leads up to a double bedroom. Bathroom facilities are downstairs. There is a TV in the lounge and Wi-Fi throughout the property.

Garden

Guests at The Chapel have access to the large Walled Garden which is shared with guests in the other 2 units.  Wooden garden furniture is provided.

Dogs

Unfortunately, we are unable to accept dogs.

Further Information

To check rates please click here

For more information please email: enquiries@nationaltrust.je or call us on 01534 483193.

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