Visit magical Lundy Island
Getting to Lundy
The MS Oldenberg sails to Lundy from Bideford or Ilfracombe, carrying day return and period passengers from when the clocks go forward in March until they go back in October. Prices can be found on the website www.lundyisland.co.uk.
During the winter months, Lundy is reached by helicopter departing from Hartland Point. This exhilarating flight provides spectacular aerial views of Lundy and the North Devon Coast.
You may of course travel to Lundy via a charter or in your own boat, there is a fee to land at the island.
Staying on Lundy
For a holiday or short break you will never forget, stay on magical Lundy Island in one of the 23 very special, and very diverse, self-catering Landmark properties. Every property is sensitively restored and furnished. There are no televisions, radios or telephones but spectacular views, scenery, walking and wildlife right from the front door. Every building is totally individual, and there is a place to stay for every taste and budget: The Old Lighthouse, the Castle, The Radio Room, Milcombe House (a gentleman's residence) or Tibbets, which is so remote that it doesn't even have electricity, to name just a few. There's even a campsite. Explore them all in the main accommodation entry here.
More about Lundy
You can read much more about Lundy, and download a range of brochures, at the Lundy website www.lundyisland.co.uk.
To speak to someone contact the Lundy Shore Office: 01271 863636