Where we are
Part of the charm of the Moorings lies in its situation, nestling between Mont Orgueil Castle and the picturesque quayside of Gorey Harbour. Once the centre of the oyster fishing industry, Gorey harbour is a safe haven for pleasure craft and watersports leading to the golden bay of Grouville with safe bathing.
Within close proximity there are many local attractions to suit all tastes, including the Royal Jersey Golf Club. Gorey is surrounded by beautiful gardens an ideal spot to relax.
How to find us
We are 4 kilometres away from St Helier a short drive, 15 minutes, with good public transport connections.
Travelling from Jersey Airport
Follow the A12 ~ leading down Beaumont hill until you come to a junction were you filter in turn take the 1st exit onto the A1 follow this road passing under the tunnel and take the 2nd exit on the roundabout onto the A3 follow this road continuously to Gorey - where you will find us located on the pier.
Travelling from Jersey harbour
Take the road from the port along the exit and take the 2nd exit from the roundabout travel through the tunnel, taking the 2nd exit and travel along the A3 continuously to Gorey - where you will find us located on the pier.
Discover the bewitching east side of the island of Jersey.
We offer you a rest and relaxation and as much recreation as you choose.
Local Sporting Attractions
Golfing, Sailing, Horse riding, Scuba diving, Clay pigeon shooting, Windsurfing, Canoeing, Archery, and sky diving for more information please contact us
Places of Historical Interest
Mont Orqueil Castle
Built in 1204, as the first line of defence against the French invasion. 5minutes walk
La Hougue Bie
Neolithic burial site, one of the most significant burial mounds in Europe. 10 minutes drive
Best approached by the causeway on foot at low side or by puddle duck. A Monastic settlement during the 6-9th centuries. 20 minute drive
A selection of museums is located in St Helier from maritime to the Occupation Tapestry - a memorial to life during the German occupation. 15 minutes drive
The Sates of Jersey built the iighthouse 1873 - the first in the British Isles. 50-minute drive
The Jersey War Tunnels
Are committed to preserving and recording an accurate account of the occupation of Jersey. 40-minute drive