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Situated at Hawk’s Nest Pond on West Falkland, the Lyn Blake Nature Reserve was formally opened by Falklands Conservation in 2013. A beautiful wetland area, it is home to many wading birds and offers a pleasant walk over easy ground. Self-catering...
Located in the north of West Falkland, Shallow Bay has spectacular views towards the islands of the northwest. Many species of bird can be seen. It is a good base to walk up West Falkland’s highest peak Mount Adam and an excellent...
The Antarctic Monument is dedicated to the 28 men and one woman of the British Antarctic Survey who have died in the Antarctic since the first permanent research base was established in 1944. The monument is located in the Historic Dockyard and its...
Johnson's Bay, East Falklands
Located around one hour’s drive from Stanley, the Cottage sleeps up to eight people in a comfortable, homely environment. Convenient for trips to Volunteer Point.
Named after HMS Carcass which visited in the late 18th century, Carcass Island is located in the northwest of the Falklands archipelago. The terrain is varied with rocky ridges, steep cliffs, open plains, white sand beaches and pretty coves.
Situated in central Stanley, the Waterfront Boutique Hotel features individually designed bedrooms and a friendly, high quality service.
Roy Cove, West Falkland
Located in the northwest of West Falkland, at the head of a beautiful creek, Roy Cove offers great wildlife, walking and fishing opportunities. It is a good base to walk up West Falkland’s highest peak Mount Adam and an excellent...
Fox Bay, West Falkland
A museum that displays the history of the Post Office at Fox Bay. Displays include a counter with postal artifacts, old wooden mail boxes and mail bags, the old Post Office safe, and other historical items dating back to 1899.
Typical of many Victorian structures, St Mary's Church is an example of a kit building that was constructed in 1899.
Shorty’s Motel offers a number of quality rooms at affordable prices and is located five minutes from central Stanley and next door to Shorty’s Diner.
Mountain View Cottage is a traditional farm worker’s cottage, sleeping up to eight people, and with stunning views over the mountains.
Situated at Hookers Point, close to Surf Bay, the long white sand beach to the east of Stanley, the magnificent HMS Glamorgan memorial was unveiled in 2011. Although the ship did not sink, lives were lost on the Glamorgan which was badly damaged by...
The Pale Maiden is a new custom built bed and breakfast establishment in central Stanley, with 4 en-suite bedrooms and a comfortable lounge providing excellent views from its elevated position overlooking Stanley’s historical harbour.
Situated just over seven miles east of Stanley, the lighthouse is located on the most easterly point of the Falklands. Hiking to the lighthouse takes around three hours; alternatively it can be reached by vehicle along a track. It is possible to...
Mount Harriet was captured by 42 Commando on the night of 11th/12th June 1982. It had been preceded by nine days of intensive night patrolling over rough ground littered with minefields. A striking summit cross stands atop the hill with a memorial...
West of the 1914 Battle Memorial in Stanley Harbour lies the wreck of the Jhelum. Launched in Liverpool in the UK in 1849, the Jhelum suffered damage on its journey from Callao to Dunkirk around Cape Horn, while carrying a caro of guano for use as...
The farmhouse offers comfortable accommodation with a friendly atmosphere that is a true home from home experience with plenty of wildlife within easy reach of the property.
Port Howard, West Falklands
Port Howard Lodge has a number of well-furnished bedrooms and is ideally located to experience traditional ‘camp’ life in the Falklands.
Elephant Beach, East Falkland
Elephant Beach Farm is situated in the north-eastern area of East Falkland. The settlement is an idyllic location close to Elephant Beach Pond with birdlife including South American terns. Barn owls inhabit settlement buildings.
Saunders Island is historically significant as the the location of the first British settlement, established on 23rd January in 1765. Remains of the buildings can be explored along with a plaque marking the spot where the Union Flag was first...