Flat Holm boasts a unique island character, with a sense of wilderness, remoteness, tranquility and beautiful views from and across the island to the coasts of Wales and England.
Less than half a mile wide, the tiny island is an intriguing hidden jewel in the Bristol Channel. Flat Holm is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserve. The Flat Holm Project conserves the island’s natural and cultural features, from maritime grassland and Victorian barracks, to seabird colonies and wartime bunkers.
While on the island, take a guided tour and gain an insight into its colourful history; observe the fascinating, varied wildlife; and relax with a drink at Wales’ most southerly pub, The Gull and Leek.
Dormitory style accommodation is available in our farmhouse field centre, which can sleep up to 24 people in two, 10 and 12 bedded rooms.
Camping is offered in the farmhouse paddocks when the dormitory accommodation is fully booked (tents are not provided).
For more information about staying on the island, please visit our website.
Rates: Dormitory-style accommodation – £19 per person per night, plus £5 landing fee. Camping – £8 per person per night, plus £5 landing fee.
Children aged 8 and over are welcome.Visit Website www.cardiffharbour.com/flatholm
Features & Amenities
- Coast Nearby