Lundy Island is situated just off the North Devon Coast, in the estuary, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Bristol Channel. It is a granite outcrop, three and a half miles long and half a mile wide. A peaceful and unspoiled environment, waiting to be explored.
Whether you are looking to visit for a day trip, or stay on the Island for longer we can help to facilitate that for you.
Your trip to Lundy can start here, at Mullacott Farm, giving you peace of mind, that you will arrive on time at the harbour, and your car will be safe whilst you are on the Island.
We offer parking and accommodation for before, during and after your Lundy Island trip.
Parking at Mullacott Farm
We offer private, off road parking, on hard standing.
If you are only having parking, and no accommodation then the price is £3 per 24 hours, or £20 a week, paid on arrival.
You just need to arrive at the farmhouse, about half an hour before sailing, collect your ticket, and park up. We recommend you contact A2B Taxis (01271 867788), who will pick you up, and drop you off at the harbour.
For a 10.00 am departure we recommend arriving here at 8.30 am at the latest, and booking the taxi for 8.45 am.
If you are going over for a 3.00 pm sailing then either arrive here are 1.30 pm at the latest, and book a 1.45 pm taxi, or drop off your luggage in the morning, at the Lundy office, come and park, and then enjoy a relaxing lunch and a wander around Ilfracombe before setting off.
Parking with accommodation
If you are having one night's stay here, at Mullacott Farm, either at the beginning of your Lundy trip, or at the end we offer a free parking space for a week, per room booked.
Visitors who have used the camp site, or camping barn still have to pay for parking.
Travelling to Lundy
Once you have arrived in North Devon there are mainly 2 ways of getting over to the island, (unless you want to paddle or swim!). Mostly visitors travel over by boat, or helicopter.
Visitors can be carried to Lundy on the MS Oldenburg, Lundy's own ship. She is a graceful motor vessel, fast, comfortable and built on traditional lines. Below decks she retains her original panelling and brass fittings, but has been skilfully modernised to provide heated saloons, bar, buffet, shop and information centre.