Visitors can book a three; four or seven night stay on the island. We have accommodation for up to 20 guests in the recently refurbished rooms.
Each room has solar powered hot water and electric lighting. There are 4 twin rooms and one double bedroom in the renovated farm buildings.
In the cottage there are 4 single rooms and one twin room which can be converted into a double.
There are further 2 twin rooms are in the Wheelhouse block. There are modern compost toilets adjacent to each block. However, living off grid means that there are no showers.
Electrical charging is available in the library but as all power is solar generated it may be limited on dull days. The library has an exceptional range of reference books and the common room in the cottage is open to all.
The accommodation is self-catering. Visitors bring their own food but there is a shop on the island well stocked with basic foods and treats. The communal kitchen has two cookers powered by bottled gas together with plenty of cooking and eating utensils and each visitor is allocated both fridge and freezer space. Because of the limited power there is no microwave.
Skokholm Island is a wild and beautiful place to stay, quieter and smaller than its sister, Skomer, there is a romance and charm to the place. Over the last few years we have been renovating the accommodation on the island with the fantastic help of the Friends of the Islands.
Please be aware that you can be stranded on Skokholm by the weather. It is advisable not to make important dates in your calendar for the few days after what should be your embarkation date from the island.
The boat out goes at 7.30am on Friday and 9am on a Monday and these are the only times the boat sails (unless there has to be a change due to the weather or the tides). Times will be confirmed upon booking.
Booking a Stay…
Overnight stays of 3 days (from Fridays) and 4 days (from Mondays) cost £140 from April to July and £110 for August and September.
A 7 day stay cost £260 during April to July and £170 during August and September. Contact The Wildlife Trust on 01656 724100 or email the islands team with any queries. We do not take bookings via e-mail. Please be patient when booking on Monday 9th October as we only have one telephone line available for Island bookings.
The return boat fare of £27.50 is payable to the skipper on the boat.
Please note that when staying overnight on the island it is not possible to park overnight in the National Trust car park, cars should all be parked at West Hook Farm (overnight parking £8 a night or £18 for a week).
There is no single supplement so you may have to share if the single rooms have already gone.
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