For a relaxing break in Jersey,
there’s no better place for people with disabilities.

A modern hotel equipped for your every need

Maison des Landes combines the relaxing atmosphere of a modern hotel with the very latest facilities for people with disabilities and their carers. Each of our 23 rooms is different, which means that we can select the accommodation that will best suit your needs. Whether that’s inter-connecting rooms or specific facilities, we’ll tailor your experience so that you can relax without worry.

Lounge and orangery

The spacious lounge and adjacent orangery form a welcoming place for visitors to be able to relax, have a chat or read a book. The floor to ceiling doors offer a wonderful view out over St Ouen’s bay, and on those sunny days, the doors open right up to allow easy access onto a patio with tables and chairs and shelter from any wind.


All bedrooms have been totally refurbished. 15 ground floor rooms are fully accessible with ceiling hoists to aid transfers of which 5 premium rooms have continued tracking from the beds to the wet room.

Our five premium bedrooms also benefit of easy access to their own private patio.

All rooms are equipped with tea-making facilities and safes whilst small fridges can be provided for storing medical items.


Diners are welcomed to the spacious dining room at the Maitre ‘D station. As well as accommodating 48 diners, the room has a modern bar where guests can order a wide range of drinks. During the summer, guests can dine outside on the patio where staff can also prepare food on the BBQ.   The dining room is easily accessible and we can cater for a variety of dietary requirements.

Hydrotherapy pool

The hotel has a large indoor hydrotherapy pool specially designed with wheelchair ramps and hoists for ease of access and exit. Spacious new changing rooms are located adjacent to the pool. Hotel staff are available to assist guests into and out of the pool but use of the pool must be with an able person.

Trip Advisor Logo

“The drivers of the minibuses that took us on tours ensured we visited places that we were interested in and that had suitable facilities”