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Elizabeth Castle

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Jersey has been protected for 300 years by this fortification built on an island in St Aubin’s Bay. Twice a day this imposing castle is surrounded by the rising tide making it a truly spectacular venue. Due to the unique location of the castle, access is very dependent on the tide and weather. The castle ferry can operate at all times except when the tide is high and the wind is strong creating a rough sea. Please take advice from our staff when booking your function. For certain types of event only specific dates will be available. The Governor’s House was built in the 1590s this was once home to Sir Walter Raleigh and Charles II. This beautiful building, with a large outside terrace, is located near the top of the castle and has fantastic views. The house boasts two original granite fireplaces and wooden floors. It is available for daytime and evening hire for dinner parties, lunches, presentations or a summer drinks reception on the terrace.

Unique Conference Meetings Wedding
Private Dining Banqueting
Family Friendly
Roof Terrace
The Governor's House 60 Max
60 Persons Max

Reception capacity: 60
Private dining capacity: 60


Joanna Hepworth
T: +44 (0)1534 633312
E: [email protected]



St Aubin’s Bay
St Helier