SPECIAL OFFERS ON FLIGHTS FERRIES HIRE CARS ON ALL TRIPS PLEASE ASK
PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE ALL 5 STAR REVIEWS WITH TRIPADVISOR
Sat April 27 th.
I normally charge £495 for April weeks but the offer price is £395 - now available as last minute deals.
I am waiving the £50 security deposit so there is nothing extra to pay for that is included When just two people book.
I have special offers for flights and ferries, eg FROM £160 for the car and two passengers.
Ben My Chree was proudly nominated this year in Best Self Catering for 2011 and attained the top 3.
Special boat rates offered by email - please ask for details.
Ring 01624 662525 for details of travel passes and Heritage tickets; details of motorbike and rally car racing. You can use your National Trust cards for free entry into our Heritage sites on the island.
Peel has won again the award from the Tourist Board for 'Best Town on the Island' for the third year running! We now have a wonderful harbour and the new Fenella bridge to walk directly to the castle. There is nowhere more beautiful in the whole world!
There are lots of glens to walk down all over the island - all year round.
Your National Trust card will get you into all the Heritage sites on the island. There are 2 beautiful sandy beaches in Peel, a historic castle and 2 brilliant museums with state of the ark technology.
Genuine Victorian horse trams, steam railways and electric cars, some taking you up the one mountain on the island. And a victorian water wheel, unique to the Isle of Man.
Silverdale Glen with the water powered victorian waterwheel operating the roundabout by your very own hand, with a
cafe open all year round for meals or snacks.
The Silverdale Glen dates back hundreds of years and was originally founded and run by the monks of Rushen Abbey. Boasting a corn mill and water wheel dating from 1724c. Surrounded by beautiful rural walks. Childrens play area, paddle boat and the unique victorian roundabout.
House of Manannan
The House of Manannan is an unforgettable experience, using reconstructions, interactive displays, audio visual presentations and original material to explore the Celtic, Viking and Maritime traditions of the Isle of Man.
There are more than 10 good restaurants, including Pub meals specialising in fresh fish meals (like the Creek-google the web), Chinese, Indian, and Italian, Tyni's on the harbour, Harbour Lights etc, all within walking distance of the cottage.