Directions

From the airport, by taxi: Simply ask the driver for Alister Guest House, Clarendon Road.

From the airport, by bus: Catch the Number 15 bus to Liberation Station from outside the terminal. The station is at the other end of town from us. You could either take a taxi from near the station to us, or catch the Number 19 bus to the old Girl’s College (Clarendon Road is opposite this stop), or take an approximately fifteen minute walk to us. To walk, turn right out of Liberation Station and walk down the road until you find Conway Street on your left (the Pomme d’Or Hotel makes the corner of this street). Head down Conway Street, and follow it round to the right where it forks off left and right at the obelisk. Then take the road on your left-hand side where the bicycle racks are (New Cut) and continue up this road, passing St Paul’s Church on your right-hand side. Use caution and cross the junction with traffic lights where the Oxford pub and the Daily Grind Cafe are so as to continue straight on (New Street). Continue straight on, passing St Thomas’ Church on your left-hand side. The name of the road will change to Val Plaisant, but it is all the same road. When you come to the next junction with traffic lights (having passed all of the previously mentioned buildings), continue straight on, passing the traffic lights. You will then find Clarendon Road on your left-hand side. Turn up here and we are just a few steps up on your left.

From the airport, by car: Leave the aiport and continue straight on (the first exit) at the first mini-roundabout you come to (following signs for St Helier). Follow this road (Avenue de la Reine Elizabeth II) until you get to the second roundabout, where you need to turn right (the second exit). Continue down this hill (Route de Beaumont) until you reach the Filter-in-Turn at the bottom. Using caution at this junction, turn left and follow this long road (Route de St Aubin), which becomes a dual-carriageway (Victoria Avenue). Once the road splits into a dual-carriageway, you will pass through two sets of traffic lights - one at Millbrook and one at First Tower. Stay in the left-hand lane and continue on until you start to approach a third of traffic lights. Stay left, and move into the left-most lane where the road splits into three lanes. Assuming the lights are green, bear left up Peirson Road (the Grand Hotel makes the corner of this road). At the end of this road there will be a junction where you exit onto a two-lane road. Using caution, exit into the right-hand lane, and continue in this lane (Cheapside) as it bears right and then move into the left-hand lane, which bears round to the left. Continue on this road (Elizabeth Place/Rouge Bouillion) as it passes the Savoy Hotel and the Police Station. At the roundabout, take the second exit and continue along this road (Rouge Bouillion) until you reach the traffic lights. Be ready to turn right very soon. Once the lights turn green, continue straight along the road, passing the Newsfayre shop on your right, and you will see a walled road bearing up a hill off to the left, with a yellow phone box on it (La Pouquelaye). Clarendon Road is on your right-hand side, just before the start of this walled road. Turn right into Clarendon Road, and you will find us at towards the end of this road on the right. If you have missed the turning, don’t panic, just take the immediate next right-hand turning into Palmyra Road. This road leads you into Clarendon Road, which you will find us towards the end of, on the right-hand side.

From the harbour, by taxi: Simply ask the driver for Alister Guest House, Clarendon Road.

From the harbour, by bus: Take the Number 19 Bus from outside the terminal, and ask the driver for a ticket to the old Girl’s College. The journey will take around fifteen minutes. Where you alight, you will find yourself on a little hill with a yellow phone box, just off of a main road (Rouge Bouillion). Taking care, and preferably using a marked crossing, cross this road. Roughly opposite the bus stop where you alighted, you will find the entrance to Clarendon Road. Proceed down this road and you will find us towards the end, on the right-hand side.

From the harbour, by car: Leave the harbour, follow the road and go straight on (first exit) at the first mini-roundabout. Continue along this road (Avenue du Port Elizabeth) and then turn left (first exit) at the larger roundabout. Continue along this road and you will soon be on the left-most lane of a three-lane road. Using great care, move into the right-most lane of the road when possible. Once in the right-most lane, continue through the sets of traffic lights (obeying their signals, of course!) until you head up a slight slope on in the road and face a mini-roundabout. Turn right (second exit) at this mini-roundabout and then continue along this road, moving (with caution) into the right-hand lane where it splits into two lanes, and following it round to the right and then move into the left-hand lane which will then bear left. Continue along this road (Elizabeth Place/Rouge Bouillion), passing the Savoy Hotel and the Police Station. At the roundabout, take the second exit and continue along this road (Rouge Bouillion) until you reach the traffic lights. Be ready to turn right very soon. Once the lights turn green, continue straight along the road, passing the Newsfayre shop on your right, and you will see a walled road bearing up a hill off to the left, with a yellow phone box on it (La Pouquelaye). Clarendon Road is on your right-hand side, just before the start of this walled road. Turn right into Clarendon Road, and you will find us at towards the end of this road on the right. If you have missed the turning, don’t panic, just take the immediate next right-hand turning into Palmyra Road. This road leads you into Clarendon Road, which you will find us towards the end of, on the right-hand side.

From the harbour, on foot: It is possible to walk from the harbour to our Guest House, though if you have heavy baggage you might prefer to use one of the other methods of transport described above. The walk will take about twenty-five minutes. Upon leaving the Harbour Terminal (Elizabeth Terminal), bear left and follow this road (Avenue du Port Elizabeth) until you reach a mini-roundabout. If you are already on the right-hand pavement, turn down the road on your right. If you on the left-hand pavement, using care cross the road to enter the road on your right. At the bottom of this road, turn left. You will pass the Lifeboat Cafe and an obelisk. Continue along this road (it becomes a vehicle-free walkway) and turn right at the end. Continue along this walkway until you get to the pedestrian crossing at the traffic lights on your left. Cross the road when signalled to do so, and continue straight on through Liberation Square and cross the road into Conway Street (the Pomme d’Or Hotel makes the corner of this street). Head down Conway Street, and follow it round to the right where it forks off left and right at the obelisk. Then take the road on your left-hand side where the bicycle racks are (New Cut) and continue up this road, passing St Paul’s Church on your right-hand side. Use caution and cross the junction with traffic lights where the Oxford pub and the Daily Grind Cafe are so as to continue straight on (New Street). Continue straight on, passing St Thomas’ Church on your left-hand side. The name of the road will change to Val Plaisant, but it is all the same road. When you come to the next junction with traffic lights (having passed all of the previously mentioned buildings), continue straight on, passing the traffic lights. You will then find Clarendon Road on your left-hand side. Turn up here and we are just a few steps up on your left.

* Please note the above directions are given as a guide only and no responsibility can be taken for their accuracy.

 

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