Maître de Maison
- Pedro Bento
It was on the island of Jersey that exiled Victor Hugo wrote some of his most beautiful poems. This is readily understandable upon visiting this magical island edged by wild beaches. A poetic atmosphere envelops you the moment you pass through the gates of this 14th century manor house. In the grounds there are majestic fountains and delightful little wooden bridges, and the suites boast silky soft fabrics and state of the art bathrooms. The old crypt is now a smoke house for the kitchen’s smoked fish and meats. You can find your self-imposed exile between a game of lawn tennis and a stroll through the woodland amongst hundred-year-old sycamores and oaks.