Lundy Island

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 and a half miles long and half a mile wide. In the hubbub of the modern world it is a place apart, peaceful and unspoilt.

Lundy attracts many visitors, both for its peaceful surroundings and scientific research. The waters around it are England's only statutory Marine Nature Reserve.

The seas around Lundy, are home to wildlife ranging from grey seals and lobsters to pink sea fan corals and habitats including reefs, sea caves and sand banks.

A selection of websites about Lundy :-

Lundy Island
Landmark Trust - Lundy Island
Lundy Field Society


This is a very pleasant place in a really lovely location. Friendly and extremely helpful staff made our trip special. Lots of little nooks and crannies and a really beautiful garden make The Hoops interesting and quirky. We had very good food in the restaurant, and the bar menu looked good too. One criticism would be that every table in the bar is laid up for dinner which isn't great if you just want a drink. The restaurant manager was particularly helpful. I would recommend it highly but they need to get treacle tart on the pudding menu. Wonderful shower room!!

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