**Please note there are travel restrictions in place to the Isle of Man. In line with Isle of Man Government guidance we are not accepting tourist bookings from non Isle of Man residents until 1st September 2021. Those travelling from the UK or elsewhere to visit friends or relatives on the island before that date may be able to make a booking, but should check Government guidelines first**
Shee Dy Vea is a beautiful self catering holiday home in a peaceful area overlooking Port Erin bay in the south of the Isle of Man. The property has two double bedrooms, lounge, a family bathroom, a spacious kitchen and a dining room that offers incredible views north over Port Erin beach and the village.
Upstairs a viewing lounge provides further elevation to enjoy panoramic views over the bay, Bradda Head and out to sea. The rear of the property has a private secluded sun terrace. Parking is available just outside the property, which also has a private driveway.
Port Erin itself is easily accessed, a footpath directly opposite the property drops down to the beach, less than 5 minutes walk away. From here enjoy a choice of outdoor activities from a boat trip to the Calf of Man, dinghy sailing, paddleboarding or join the Raad Ny foillan (The Way of the Gull) coastal footpath. For something more relaxed there are a number of bars, restaurants and cafes in the area.
The Steam Railway station is also just 5 minutes walk from the property. Take the train through to Douglas or stop off at many of the towns and villages along the way.
Safe, Clean, Legal COVID 19: Accredited
Visit Isle of Man rating: Rating Pending
Kitchen: Electric oven, gas hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave.
Dining Room: Dining room table, 4 chairs, display cabinet
Lounge: Electric stove, sofa, two chairs, TV & DVD player, coffee table.
Bedroom 1: Kingsize bed, bedside cabinets, chest of drawers, wardrobe
Bedroom 2: Kingsize bed, bedside cabinets, chest of drawers, wardrobe
Viewing lounge: Table, 4 high chairs to enjoy the view
Family Bathroom: Walk in shower, WC and wash hand basin.
Cloakroom: Downstairs WC and wash hand basin.
Utility: Washing machine
Parking: Private driveway and parking outside on the road.
Changeover Day: Flexible - arrival 4:00pm - departure 10:00am
Pets: Pets not accepted
Power & Heating: Oil, gas & Electricity included
Wifi: Free Wifi included
Bedding & Linen: Bed linen and towels provided, including beach towels.
Shop: 0.3 ml Pub: 0.1 ml
Special OfferEnter STAYCATION21 in the voucher box at checkout for 10% off all bookings commencing between 26th March and 30th June 2021
FeaturesDishwasher, Free Wifi, Linen Provided , Outdoor seating, Private Parking , Towels provided, Washing Machine, Great for couples, Great for Staycations, Near a pub, Near a shop, Near to beach, Rural views, Sea View, Self Guided Walks
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Julie, Isle Of Man wrote a review on 14th of February 2021
Shee dy Vea staycationLovely cosy house up on the hill. Fabulous views. Comfortable beds and duvets. Well equipped kitchen. The turret room is a lovely bonus
Rebecca, Isle Of Man wrote a review on 5th of January 2021
BeautifulLovely stay here, with great views. Highly recommend, near all local amenities, nice and cosy. Very spacious inside too.
Jane, Union Mills wrote a review on 7th of December 2020
Stunning viewsA nice property with stunning views over Port Erin bay. We spent most of our time in the dining room as it was very comfortable and made the most of the lovely view. Only a short walk down to the sea or the village and a slightly longer walk up to Bradda Head and Milners tower. A perfect location. One small downside was that the next door property is having an extension built so the scaffolding partially hides the view and it was quite noisy at times, we also had workmen on scaffolding peering down through the roof lights in the kitchen. Im sure this wont be a problem for long though.
Iain, Lonan wrote a review on 19th of November 2020
Staycation 2020Stayed here for 3 nights in November after the English travel ban scuppered out foreigh holiday plans. Its a lovely house with superb views over the beach and Bradda Head. Within walking distance to several restaurants and cafes and 5mins quick path to the beach/promenade. Very modern inside but still retains its original charm. Highly recommended.
Guest, Ramsey wrote a review on 9th of October 2020
Lovely stay in Port ErinExternal appearance was not very welcoming. In need of a paint and garden needs to be attended to. The interior was very nice and the views from upstairs were stunning. Very nice few days down south!!
Philip, Laxey wrote a review on 27th of September 2020
Home from HomeMagnificent setting with superb views across the bay and headlands. Welcoming aspect confirmed once inside. Homely feel to each room with spacious well laid out kitchen. Every room well kept and comfortable. Favourite has to be the upstairs room - warmed by the sun and with panoramic views that would be hard to match. A definite home from home and we would love to stay again.
Michael, Glen Vine wrote a review on 12th of August 2020
Shee Dy VeaAn excellent stay in a lovely property in a great setting. Very good support and service from the original booking and throughout the process. Highly recommend
Lawrence, Ramsey wrote a review on 17th of July 2020
Staycation at other end of islandWe know Port Erin well, so no suprises, but enjoyed our short break.. Weather was disappointing, twice we found ourselves saying we would have to come back in summer ! But it was mid July. Everything we needed at property the only downside for us was the step down into the kitchen, which my wife forgot about in middle of the night and went flying. In her seventies so not a great thing to happen, We solved by shutting kitchen door when we went to bed. Welcome pack appreciated, thank you Island Escapes, who changed original dates due to COVID with no problems... Great customer service
Valerie, Douglas wrote a review on 11th of July 2020
Felt like both a holiday and a homeStayed here for 3 nights on our staycation. The views are something else! 2 double bedrooms were comfy and the shower was the best ever. Impressive kitchen with everything we needed. Only comments would be there didn't seem to be any table mats anywhere? Very homely, tempted to come back.
Sharon, Peel wrote a review on 7th of July 2020
Just loved itSome lovely touches that I was not expecting, e.g. bread, milk, butter, coffee, teabags, biscuits, sweets. Place was great location and have asked Island Escapes if it is free for the August bank holiday. One tiny little thing was it would have been good to have some shower gel - couple of people assumed there would be some. Definitely recommend this to others. Just lovely