No Man’s Fort - Naval Fort Turned Into A Luxurious Private Island HotelNo Man’s  

No Man’s Fort is a place for someone who wants to get away from it all... and have it all. Impossible? Well, this private island resort outside Portsmouth is one of Britain’s most secluded hotels, but it might also be one of its most entertaining with five bars, a cabaret club, and rooftop hot tubs all on board.

The hotel is set in an original coast fort built in the 19th century for naval defense. After the coastal artillery was abolished in the 1950s, four other forts were put up for sale. It was eventually purchased by private investors who converted No Man’s Land into a luxury getaway and event venue today.

You can choose from 23 en suite bedrooms that check all the boxes of luxury. Think huge rooms with separate sitting areas, gorgeous sea views, and stylish furniture in the maritime theme. The best room in the house is undoubtedly the Lighthouse – a two-bedroom penthouse with a large glass-walled living room overlooking the sun deck.

But, tempting as it is, you don’t come to No Man’s Fort to stay in your room all day and marvel at the views. Each day at this hotel is packed with activities. Rib rides, spa treatments, a fort treasure hunt, laser tag, and even roasting marshmallows over a fire pit. Plus, they will accommodate your requests if you have ideas for more activities. You might be in the middle of the sea, but you certainly won’t be bored.

No Man’s Fort aerial

No Man’s Fort rooftop terrace

No Man’s Fort industrial design

No Man’s Fort La Résistance Wine Bar

No Man’s Fort bar

No Man’s Fort seafood

No Man’s Fort room door

No Man’s Fort living room

No Man’s Fort room

No Man’s Fort bedroom

No Man’s Fort billiard game room

No Man’s Fort attic grill room

No Man’s Fort rooftop 360 degrees view room

No Man’s Fort sea view

No Man’s Fort Circus

No Man’s Fort rooftop

No Man’s Fort at night with fireplace

Canal Side, Gunwharf Quays, Seaview, PO1 3FH, United Kingdom