Maison des Landes Hotel

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It has been a long time since we have been able to post. Since last summer Steve Parkin, our Manager and long associated ‘face’ of Maison des Landes has now retired and will be enjoying a relaxing summer this year.Most intending travellers will be aware that thanks to the uncertainty surrounding Covid-19 and the impact the coronavirus is having and will continue to have on holiday plans for much of 2021, Maison des Landes Hotel will remain closed until May 2022.The Trustees are using this time to carry out a wide-ranging programme of refurbishment and innovation to upgrade the hotel to much higher standards to meet the special needs of our guests in 2022. The Trustees recognised that holidaymakers in the 2020s want to be independent and have the freedom to plan their day; be that relaxing at the hotel, exploring the Island, or trying out new experiences. Unfortunately, Zoe, our administrator, has been suffering over the last couple of months with a prolapsed disc and is hoping that further upcoming hospital procedures will mean she will be back to dealing with enquiries in May. We are sorry if this is causing any inconvenience to anyone but rest assured she will contact everyone who has a current booking with the Hotel in due course. Hopefully we will be able to find a suitable date for you to visit us in 2022 and you will see the exciting changes happening to the hotel over the coming months. See MoreSee Less
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Jersey has moved into Level 2 of our Lockdown Safe Exit strategy and our Government has just announced our boarders will open from 3rd July. A physical distancing policy from people outside of your household remains in place for all public areas and at-risk people are still advised to keep shielding. This means that although some local shops and businesses within the Island have managed to reopen, with additional measures in place, our hotel sadly remains closed. The Trustees initially expected the hotel would be able to welcome guests at the Level 1 stage of the Safe Exit strategy. The Jersey Government has not currently given any indication as to when this stage may start. Regulations within this stage continue to advise physical distancing, not allowing people from separate households to share a hotel room, a buffet service would not be permitted, the at-risk people should continue to shield, etc. The whole Maison des Landes team care about each guest who stays with us, your safety and wellbeing, and want to provide the best experience for your holiday as possible. Consequently, the Trustees feel it is in the best interests of everyone that the hotel remains closed for the rest of this season. This has not been an easy or light decision to make but trying to organise the provision of a suitable dining area, communal lounge/bathroom facilities and minibus service means that the usual services we provide would be drastically changed or elements withdrawn. We do not in any way wish to compromise on your safety, the safety of our staff, or to provide you with a substandard service. We therefore look forward to welcoming guests again in 2021 for which bookings are being taken. Our 2021 season will be from 24th April through to 2nd October and the tariff will be £102 per person per night in the hotel and £525 per week in our self-catering units. Please do contact us via our email (reservations@maisondeslandes.co.uk) or telephone 01534 481683 so we can help you with a booking. See MoreSee Less
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Yesterday Jersey celebrated 75 years since our Liberation. There were many street parties taking place and household gatherings with observation of physical distancing. There are also many flags and bunting flying all over the island and looking beautiful. See MoreSee Less
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Dear FriendsThat we have had to defer our opening this year, at best, to much later in the season, has been one of the hardest decisions we have ever had to make in more than 50 years of successfully caring for our very special guests. While we have no more idea than anyone else how long this situation will last, we are still taking bookings for the late season in the hope that we will still be able to open some time this year. We are delighted that so many of our guests who would have been with us in the early part of this year, have already decided to visit us next year. If you would like to join them in 2021, contact us now! Keep safe and keep well! The Trustees See MoreSee Less
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With the current situation around coronavirus the Trustees are meeting shortly to discuss how best to keep our many vulnerable guest safe. We will update you ASAP. See MoreSee Less
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It is fast approaching the local annual Swimarathon, where teams volunteer to swim lengths of a pool in order to raise money for good causes. This year we are thankful again to be represented by ‘The Friends of Maison Des Landes’, who’s team members are Steve Wise, Angela Benavent, Mia Harvey, Darreth Morison, Jonathan Higgins, Lawrence Daws and Chris Clarke. Below is a photo of the 2018 team, comprising of mostly the same people. We wish them all the luck in the world as we are sure the pool they are going to be swimming in will be much colder than the pool at Maison Des Landes. If you would like to help the team along with raising as much money as possible you can always donate at the below just giving page.www.justgiving.com/fundraising/friendsofmaisondeslandes See MoreSee Less
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Yeah, we are feeling the love for our JT engineer Paul, who after a long day of work, fixed our phones. See MoreSee Less
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Sadly, the hotel will remain closed for 2021 but we look forward to see you from May 2nd 2022 to October 10th 2022