Lundy is owned by the National Trust and managed by the Landmark Trust.
The two charities have worked together since 1969 to restore and protect all that is cherished and special about Lundy. Every day visit and every overnight stay helps to secure the future of the island and its landscape, buildings and wildlife.
Coronavirus update for Landmark and Lundy bookers: In line with government advice and to protect our staff, customers and communities, we have closed our doors until the end of April. Customers who have booked to stay between 1 and 6 May can defer their break by emailing [email protected] with their Booking Reference. We will then send a credit voucher to use before the end of 2021. We will amend this policy on a rolling weekly basis, depending on official guidance. If you are booked to stay after 6 May, please check the website for periodic updates. We continue to take bookings for June onwards and will open our doors again as soon as we safely can. Read more detail
Lundy lies off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic ocean meets the Bristol Channel with nothing between it and America, a granite outcrop, three miles long and half a mile wide. In the hubbub of the modern world it is a place apart, peaceful and unspoiled.
Lundy is never crowded, even in the height of summer when up to five times a week, MS Oldenburg brings day-visitors who stay for a few hours. At all other times those who are staying in the 23 holiday properties and the residents have the island to themselves.
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