No Mans Fort in Solent Becomes Get Away Resort


Built between 1867 and 1880 to protect Portsmouth from Napoleon III, No Man’s Fort, the man-made island in the middle of the Solent.  It is a land mark for many sailors in the crowded waters off Portsmouth and is often used by them as a way point or course alteration mark.

Now it is to have another use.  After having completed an extensive renovation the once derelict fort will open its doors on 10th November for overnight stays, corporate events and meetings.

No Man’s Fort is the larger sister venue to Spitbank Fort and both are part of a chain of three forts owned by AmaZing Venues. Spitbank Fort has been open for business since 2012. The third is Horse Sand Fort

No Man’s seeks to host larger events; catering for 200 people and has 22 bedrooms. The renovations have added two helicopter pads, a nightclub, laser tag, games rooms, snooker room, meeting space, rooftop hot-pool, lighthouse, gallery restaurant, wine bar and spa facilities with signature sea salt treatments where the salt is sourced from just five metres away.

The fort will be accessible by boat, as well as by helicopter and overnight stays can be added to Banquet packages from £150 per person, based on two sharing, which includes breakfast the following day and a return transfer to Gunwharf Quays by boat.

No Man’s Fort has everything for the ultimate getaway and those looking to stay a little longer on the fort can indulge in fishing, spa treatments and relaxing in the hot pool.