No Man’s Fort opens for business



No Man’s Fort, in the middle of the Solent – the strait that separates the Isle of Wight from mainland England -, will open its doors on April 23rd 2015 after undergoing an extensive renovation. It is the second of three forts owned by AmaZing Venues.

No Man’s Fort lunch experiences start from just £99 per person for four courses and includes return boat transfers from Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth. Delicacies which are often served as part of the set menu include mackerel which is actually caught right off the side of the fort.

For those wanting to book an overnight experience, full board starts from just £450 per room per night. The overnight package includes lunch and dinner, a welcome glass of champagne and a tot of rum too to steady guests’ sea legs. After overnighting in one of the 23 luxury bedrooms, guests will enjoy a full English breakfast before departing back to Portsmouth.

Built between 1867 and 1880 to protect Portsmouth from Napoleon III, No Man’s Fort is the larger sister venue to Spitbank Fort, which opened in 2012. The new fort will be able to host larger events, catering for 200 people. The developments include two helicopter pads for private use, a nightclub, laser tag, games rooms, snooker room, meeting space, rooftop hot-pool, glass- floored lighthouse, gallery restaurant, wine bar and spa facilities with signature sea salt treatments.