There are 23 very individual self-catering properties available for short breaks and weekly holiday lets. There’s also a campsite, a pub, a church, a working farm, three lighthouses and about one thousand acres of unspoilt nature.
Living here, however briefly, offers our visitors a unique experience, one that can never be exactly repeated, no matter how often they return – and return they often do.
The range of buildings in which to stay is extraordinarily diverse. Most have been adapted from their previous uses: there’s a 13th century castle, a late Georgian gentleman's villa, a lighthouse, the isolated coastguard watchhouse of Tibbetts, a simple fisherman's chalet…
Most of the buildings are constructed from the island’s beautiful light-coloured granite. All properties have hot and cold running water, electricity (except Tibbetts), fully-equipped kitchens, some have open fires or stoves and all have the essentials for immediate occupancy including bed linen and towels.
As with all Landmarks, every Lundy property is simply, but elegantly, furnished in a way that reflects its individuality. Historic paintings and photographs are carefully selected as too are the small libraries in the bookcases. There are no televisions, radios or telephones and the electric supply is usually turned off between midnight and 6am.
Full details of all the accommodation on the Island, including each’s historical background, and how to book can be found by using the link below:
View our self-catering accommodation.