The Westward pub offers two bar areas, including one made from the original tender to the famous Westward ship. Each has cosy corners in which to enjoy some down to earth pub food, complemented with a pint of locally brewed ale, or a decent glass of wine, there are 15 wines to choose from by the glass. If it’s nice outside the pub has a great alfresco terrace to the front with simply stunning views over the harbour and across to the St Helier coastline.
Housed in the original court house building are the restaurant areas, to the front overlooking the bay and to the rear alongside a fabulous courtyard, the perfect setting when the weather’s fine to enjoy our speciality seafood, it’s always fresh and whenever possible locally sourced. We offer a “proper” wine list with a good range of wine styles, at what we believe are good value prices.
Almost forgot there’s a drawing room style bar adjacent to our dining areas, just perfect for a stiff G&T or a glass of Moet before supper!
The Judge’s Chamber is perfect for private dining for up to 12 guests, larger parties can be accommodated in our other dining areas, just let us know how many people and we’ll let you know what’s within the art of the possible.
Our rooms are all different shapes and sizes, (well it’s an old building with some parts dating back over 400 years), the decor is different too, however what they all have in common, along with the usual “bits and bobs” that you find in any good hotel, is Hypnos beds, power showers with drench heads, both wifi and wired internet access and a safe for valuables, large enough to take a laptop and most other pieces of 21st century tech.