Bwaane Twoaie is the largest of one of three self catering holiday cottages located together in a quiet, peaceful location at the end of a private driveway in the beautiful countryside near Kirk Michael in the Isle of Man. They offer the perfect retreat and yet are only half a mile from the main road with easy access to the village of Kirk Michael, and the larger towns of Peel and Ramsey.
Ideal for a family or group of friends and as with each of the cottages, guest comfort is a priority with great quality beds, linens and towels provided. The first floor family bathroom has a bath tub with shower.
On the ground floor there is a cosy sitting room and comfortable sofas where you can relax and read a book or watch TV. There is a separate open plan kitchen diner with fully fitted traditional style units and seating for 4 guests. The gardens to the rear of the property are for the sole use of guests and there is parking on the private driveway.
These Isle of Man holiday cottages are the perfect base for walking, cycling or just exploring the beautiful countryside nearby, with stunning coastal walks and pretty glens on the doorstep. The nearest villages are Kirk Michael and Ballaugh both of which offer traditional shops, pubs and other amenities. Travel a little further to Peel or Ramsey for larger supermarkets, restaurants and local, independent shops.
If travelling as a group you may wish to book this alongside with:
Bwaane Meanagh (sleeps 3)
Bwaane Jiass (sleeps 2)
Safe, Clean, Legal COVID 19: Accredited
Lounge/Diner/Kitchen: Well equipped, containing fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and cooker. Dining table and 4 chairs. Electric stove.
Bedroom 1: King Size Bed, bedside cabinets, dressing table, chest of drawers, wardrobe.
Ensuite: Bathroom with walk in shower
Bedroom 2: Twin bed, bedside cabinets, dressing table, chest of drawers, wardrobe.
Bathroom: Family Bathroom with toilet, sink and bath.
Parking: Parking available immediately outside, and in a small parking area.
Changeover Day: Saturday during summer (Flexible and short breaks September to May). Arrival 4:00pm - departure 10:00am
Power and Heating: Electricity and heating included in rent.
Wifi: Free Wifi included
Bedding and Linen: Bed linen & towels provided, not including beach towels.
Baby Equipment: A cot and high chair are available at an additional cost.
Pets accepted: No pets allowed
Shop: 2 ml Pub: 2 ml
FeaturesFree Wifi, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, High Chair Available, Private Parking , Linen Provided , Hairdryer, Outdoor seating, Towels provided, Rural views, Near to beach, Self Guided Walks
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Guest, Congleton wrote a review on 28th of August 2022
Nice area, poor cleaningLovely area and nice old house, could of done with a thorough clean though, under beds and down sofas clearly not cleaned, bird feathers in house and lots of spiders. Kitchen equipment needed serious updating, no tongs, cups all mismatched and very small, not enough plates and cutlery, could of done with spare bedding too, house cold at night and when we had a sick child had to share a single duvet between two of us. Very disappointed with island escapes, they messaged us night before to tell us we needed to be out of house earlier than the checkout time so cleaner could get in, they had know about gp for long time so could of told us much earlier
Guest, Aylesbury wrote a review on 25th of August 2022
Peaceful spotThis property is in a very quiet spot, has everything you need for a self catering stay and the added benefit of a small garden. Plenty of parking out front and when we stayed the other cottages occupants were respectful of the parking space. Its a shame there arent any blackout blinds in the twin room and we didnt find the mattresses in that room very comfortable but perhaps theyd be ok for kids. Understanding that this property is in the countryside, there were a lot of cobwebs around the place not all of which were new! We had a good stay overall and would recommend this property if youre looking to get away from it all.
Guest, Rugby wrote a review on 15th of August 2022
Very goodOn the whole very good. Would not suit anyone with difficulty getting out of low lounge chairs. Dusting of cottage left something to be desired and we had a problem with spiders on arrival (had to remove 13 from lounge alone). Information folder provided in cottage would have been great, but it was way out of date. Lack of restaurants anywhere near the location (only two pubs serving meals closer than 15 minutes drive away).
Paul, Bedworth wrote a review on 17th of October 2021
A hidden gem.Appreciated the fresh produce on arrival as it was rather late at night.Sharing the cottage with friends found the accommodation very practical and homely. Would definitely recommend to friends, and would gladly use it again.
John, Ashton-under-lyne wrote a review on 16th of October 2021
The embodiment of a good holiday.We were happy and comfortable in Bwaane Twoaie and would recommend it to anyone - in fact have already done so. A combination of the Isle of Man, Bwaane Twoaie, and kind weather thrown in ... what more could anyone want - except a can opener !
Jan, Wirral wrote a review on 28th of September 2021
Good location to relax, nice gardenLike setee stylebut a bit low for older guests, needs more filling. Single quilts to narrow, small, kept falling off, ok child but adult not so good.
Steve, Port Erin wrote a review on 8th of September 2021
Lovely cottage between villagesLovely cottage between Kirk Michael and Ballaugh with 1.5 mile walk up disused railway line to each (with pub and food). Short walk to beautiful beach. Bus stop at end of road (500m). Grounds very shaded with trees but can sit in sun as grounds extend front, back and side. Well equipped kitchen and essentials provided on arrival (bread, milk, butter, cheese, tea, coffee, loo role) but will need more if staying a while. Lovely but quite expensive if just used as a base for doing other stuff.
Helen, Leeds wrote a review on 3rd of September 2021
Lovely stayLovely cottage and location worked well for us with nice walks from the cottage. Very comfortable bed! Great for our dog. Felt very private. Would come again. Would welcome more local info in cottage such as local walks from the cottage. WiFi dodgy upstairs and unable to reset as couldnt find box.
Jacqueline, Isle Of Man wrote a review on 8th of May 2021
A delightful property in a stunning areaEverything was managed smoothly and we really enjoyed our stay. We could have done with sharper knives in the kitchen and my friends found the single beds rather uncomfortable. Otherwise very pleasant.
Jonathan, Peel wrote a review on 26th of April 2021
April 2021 Isolation StayI was at Bwaane Twoaie by myself for two weeks isolating after returning from the mainland, so the property was too big really for one person but suited me perfectly. Its a beautiful part of the island and easy to get to the beach and for walks along the old railway line which was great in my second week. I would recommend it to relatives or friends coming to visit.
Guest, Douglas wrote a review on 25th of September 2020
Good short breakGood quiet location, everything you need for a relaxing break. Only thing I woukd say from a safety point for children is the glass table in the lounge, perhaps consider changing it for a smaller one.
Steven, Douglas wrote a review on 31st of August 2020
Peaceful and secretive in the countryVery nice accommodation, comfortable beds and family sitting room. Outdoor dining was possible because of good Bank Holiday weather. Adjacent to the cottages is a wonderful secret garden which is sadly overgrown but is full of herbs, a fig tree and other interesting plants and trees. Blackberries were plentiful in nearby hedgerows! Wifi connection is unstable, but that may have been to Manx Telecom's woes!
Angela, Douglas wrote a review on 21st of August 2020
A cute, cosy cottage well off the beaten trackThe arrangements for the key were great and the information and welcome pack were well thought out too. We ran out of toilet rolls and bin bags but I had brought some from home. The cottage is cute and the grounds are lovely with some really unusual plants. The wild but relaxed rabbits were a bonus! Good parking and everything worked well except for the WiFi booster. The location is lovely we walked to the sea and swam and also walked into Kirk Michael for lunch at the Dovecote. A meal at The Raven was great too.