The stoney beach, popular with swimmers and kayakers, Bouley Bay is quiet and relaxing. Mad Mary's Beach Café, serves sandwiches, burgers, cakes, ice creams and drinks and is open 7 days a week in season. There is a pontoon in the bay, for kayakers, swimmers and children to enjoy during the summer season.
The nearest eatery is the newly renovated Trinity Arms Pub, a 3 minute drive from the Chalets up the hill. There are several places along the north coast of Jersey to eat, some being Les Fontaine, The Farm House, St Marys Country Inn, The Rozel and the Moulin De Lecq. We also recommend a visit to the newly renovated "The Tipsy", La Route du Beamont, St Peter, only a 10/15 minutes drive away serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
We recommend that guests have a car, as the north coast is quite isolated and has limited bus links to other parts of the island.
The harbour and chalets are accessed by the bus on route number 4. See the Liberty bus timetable for full details https://libertybus.je/routes_times/timetables#.WcO1w2eWzvU