The perfect location for private island parties
No Man’s Fort is located in the South of England, just off the coast of Portsmouth, in the waters of the Solent Strait. The 7,000 m² former military defense port – located just 2.2 km away from the Isle of Wight – was originally intended to defend Portsmouth from the threat of a French invasion. After fulfilling its role as a sea fortification, the property initially stood abandoned before being snapped up by a British entrepreneur and undergoing a transformation to one of the quirkiest, most exclusive venues in the UK. You’re guaranteed an unforgettable time on this luxurious island escape.
Prices start from GBP 400 per night based on two people sharing the Executive Suites. The price includes breakfast, lunch and evening meal; a tour; use of all the facilities and boat transfer. For more information, please contact the Vladi Private Islands Travel Team.
No Man’s Fort is situated in the South of England between the Isle of Wight and Portsmouth – one of England’s most famous harbor cities. The fort towers 20 meters above the Solent Strait and has become something a landmark for the residents of County Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Just kilometers from the southern England’s most popular coast, No Man’s Fort is without a doubt one of Great Britain’s most exclusive travel destinations.
No Man’s Fort offers 22 unique and luxurious bedrooms. Each room has its own unique character and style and has been stunningly decorated to make the most of the Fort’s historic charm. Classic yet with a modern twist, you take your pick between the 9 Executive rooms (spacious and comfortable with a seating area, a large slate finished shower room and magnificent sea views), the 13 Junior Suites (amongst the largest rooms on the Fort, with sea views either towards Portsmouth or the Isle of Wight, large shower rooms and a seating areas with armchairs or a settee), the Superior Suite (the largest bedroom available on No Man's Fort, offering the best views of the Solent plus a separate lounge, private dining area and a feature bathtub in your bedroom with sea view) or the Lighthouse - a spectacular self-contained penthouse suite with a large bedroom, a separate lounge with seating and television and the best views of the Solent.
The talented chefs have prepared a series of exquisite menus made up of delicious canapés, cakes, nibbles and even magnificent meals for all occasions. If you’re a fan of angling, you can even ask the chef to cook your catch of the day. You’re food couldn’t be fresher! After enjoying a hearty meal, retire to one of the Fort’s many bars and relax with a glass of wine or port while taking in the sea view.
No Man’s Fort is the perfect private island for celebrating in style. With ample space for up to 200 guests, the fort is an unforgettable destination for weddings, parties and other celebrations. Whatever you have in mind, the professional private island team is on hand to take care of your every need.
Event managers are on hand to help with the organization of your special celebration, leaving you free to sit back, relax and enjoy. No Man’s Fort is perfect for more than just parties, however – it also forms a great location for conferences, team building activities or even to impress your clients in an exclusive business meeting.
Indeed, whatever you want from your private island vacation, it’s all possible on No Man’s Fort. Whether you choose to take advantage of the sauna, soak up the sun on the island’s huge decking area, or prefer to explore the expansive indoor areas, playing a round of pool or getting stuck into a game of laser tag, you’re guaranteed to have a great time. You could even take to the high seas for a spot of fishing or a tour of the Solent Strait.
Best Time to Travel
Thanks to the stunning array of indoor activities within the thick walls of No Man’s Fort, there’s fun to be had on this private island all year round. Whilst British weather is reliable only for being unpredictable, the months of May, June, July and August form the best chance to catch a fleeting glance of the sun and make the most of the barbecue facilities atop the Fort’s crow’s nest. A particular highlight is without question Cowes Week – the Isle of Wight’s annual sailing event. To truly get close to the action, contact us to organize your own high seas adventure, completing in Ocean Racer Class competition aboard your very own luxury clipper.
How to Get There
Only 90 minutes away from London, Portsmouth is served by a frequent and reliable train service, allowing for a stress-free connection for international guests travelling in to Great Britain’s bustling capital. Upon arrival in Portsmouth, guests will enjoy a champagne reception within the Royal Clarence Departure Lounge before boarding a small craft in order to make the short transfer to the fort itself. Alternatively, direct helicopter transfers can also be arranged, departing from most local airports.
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