The trails take walkers and joggers into the heartland of Jersey.

The woodland today continues to attract, not only guests looking to immerse themselves within this natural beauty and serene peace, but also a community of wildlife that enjoys a sustainable environment passionately safeguarded by head gardener, Pascal Ybert and his team.

Explore the woodland trails and along the way, look out for red squirrels, woodpeckers, barn owls, mushrooms and chestnuts – the list is endless. Even the manor’s 24 bee hives on the hillside opposite play their part in looking after this exceptional environment.

Beyond the woods, country lanes will guide you through some of the most picturesque scenery that Jersey has to offer. You’re bound to meet up with the famous Jersey cow or you could possibly stop and admire the meticulous planting methods used for the Jersey Royal potato.

The woodland trails and country lanes beyond are the perfect location for that all important jog or more energetic run. The benefits of jogging just keep on piling up. Jogging is one of the oldest and most popular forms of aerobic exercise. Fads come and go, but jogging has withstood some of the trendiest exercise crazes that have come through the years. There are many health benefits of jogging which is why it has remained so popular.

Jogging is the next natural step from walking. At a slower or more leisurely pace guests can increase fitness, endurance, and caloric expenditure and at the same time enjoy the surroundings of this magical environment.