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St Lawrence JerseyWelcome to our page of information, attractions and places of interest around St Lawrence. The St Lawrence hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from St Lawrence Channel Isles.

St Lawrence occupies the centre of the Island of Jersey. There are some notable examples of rural architecture in the parish including Morel Farm, a National Trust for Jersey property in St. Lawrence, Hamptonne, the country life museum and Le Rât cottage.

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AttractionsHamptonne, the Country Life Museum, St Lawrence. The museum occupies restored farm buildings in the parish. An apple orchard preserves native Jersey cider apple varieties and the preinseu (cider press house) is the focus of the annual Faîs'sie d'cidre cidermaking festival using traditional equipment and methods. A collection of farm equipment, informative displays and living history help to explain how Jersey farm life has developed over the centuries. There is also a restaurant and picnic facilities in the sheltered valley. Location: On the outskirts of St Lawrence.

AttractionsThe Jersey Flower Centre, Retreat Farm, St Lawrence, Jersey JE4 8ZZ. Tel: +44(0)1534 865665. The Jersey Flower Centre is situated on the borders of St Lawrence and St Mary. It is one of Jersey's most pleasing attractions, with beautiful landscaped grounds surrounding the highly productive glasshouses. Location: On the outskirts of St Lawrence.

AttractionsMorel Farm, St Lawrence. A look through the double-arched gateway into the yard at Morel Farm provides a glimpse of the past. The arch on the left is for wheeled traffic and the arch on the right is for those on foot. The pressoir which forms the eastern wing to the enclosed courtyard contains a 150 years old circular granite cider press and crusher.The cottage is currently occupied by a tenant and, apart from the outbuildings (e.g. the Pressoir), it is not open to the general public. However, it is possible to visit the farm on the Heritage Open Day, usually held in September every year. Location: On the outskirts of St Lawrence.

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