Skomer Island overnight stays

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Skomer Island overnight stays

An overnight adventure!

Wave goodbye to the last visitor boat of the day… the island and its unique evening wildlife are yours to enjoy! Relax in comfort at Old Farm - our Visit Wales accredited accommodation. There is a communal kitchen and a comfortable lounge with a log burner, which provides a cosy place to reflect upon the day's magic and prepare yourself for an evening filled with wildlife!

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Know before you go

To book call us on 01656724100 between 10 am and 4 pm or email us.

Please be aware that bad weather or high seas may delay the boats or interfere with sailing altogether. You can keep an eye on the boat Twitter feed.

Pricing

April –  £60 per person per night
May/June/July – £85 per person per night
August/September – £50 per person per night

Children 12 and under are half price. 

Change over days

Change over days are on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, dictating stays of three, two and two nights respectively. As of 8th Feb, we only have four bed or five bed rooms available between May and July. There is still availability for smaller rooms outside of this period. 

Boat times for accommodation

Your island adventure begins at Martin’s Haven (SA62 3BJ), boarding the boat over to Skomer. These boats usually depart at 9am, however times can change with weather conditions. Please remember to call the Visitor Officer the afternoon before your departure to confirm boat times.

Evening activities

Every evening, the Skomer Team host ‘Bird Log’, where guests have the opportunity to discuss their wildlife sightings, hear from experts and contribute to a dataset dating back to the 1950s. Please note that, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Bird Log is currently being held in private. We hope to run Bird Log in our outdoor spaces as the weather improves. Alternatively, if you do not wish to socialise, you will have the whole island to yourself to enjoy one of those spectacular sunsets before the thousands of Manx shearwaters fly back in and fill the night sky with their calls.