Two Victorian forts off the coast of the Isle of Wight have sold at auction.

Spitbank Fort, between the Island and Portsmouth, went for £1,010,000 — slightly over its £1 million guide price.

The unique property, which was previously a hotel, offers nine guest suites, staff accommodation and event spaces across 33,000 sq. ft, over three floors.

Highlights include a restaurant with 60 covers, a wine cave and a roof terrace.

If relaxation is top of your list, the fort has a hot pool, sauna, fire pit and sun decks.

The atrium, inside No Man's Land Fort (Image: PA)No Man's Land Fort - a perfect place to watch the boats go by (Image: PA)

You are unlikely to be disturbed in your isolation - the walls are granite and 15ft thick.

The fort has a self-contained well, generators and its own sewage treatment plant

Meanwhile, No Man's Fort sold for £120,000 more than its £1 million guide price - going under the hammer for £1,120,000.

It boasts around 99,000 sq. ft of space, over four floors, as well as 23 ensuite bedrooms, crew quarters, multiple bars and restaurants and a number of multi-purpose rooms.

The atrium, inside No Man's Land Fort (Image: PA)

It was sold as a ready made venue or hotel, with scope for conversion.

Transportation to your new home, two miles south of Portsmouth, is easy - there is a helipad.

British entrepreneur Mike Clare, founder of the Dreams bed company, bought the forts under his business Clarenco and converted No Man's and Spitbanks in 2012.

The forts were sold through a property auction, hosted by Savills.