DescriptionTucked into the Bradda hillside overlooking Port Erin in the south of the Isle of Man, The Pines is sufficiently removed from the village to provide a private, idyllic feel yet close enough for easy access to shops and eateries by leisurely stroll or a two minute car journey.
An open plan arrangement containing the lounge, kitchen and dining area is complemented by a rustic wood burning stove to ensure a relaxed stay. Two separate sliding doors gives the area flexibility, enabling the use of the decking area for outdoor dining. Comfortably sleeps 4, with both bedrooms boasting en-suites. Linen & towels are provided, washing & ironing facilities are available as is use of the extensive woodland garden where you can enjoy superb views of Port Erin and the Calf of Man to the south, and Fleshwick to the north.
The Pines sits atop of Port Erin, a small seaside town with lots going on, particularly during the summer months. Why not take a boat trip to the Calf of Man or a coastal cruise? Or paddleboarding, kayaking or sailing within the sheltered bay. Rowany Golf Course, an 18 hole links course is also close by. For food and drink there is a growing choice of restaurants and bars. Local favourites include Bradda Glen restaurant, the stylish, artisanal Foraging Vintners, and the Bay Hotel for a traditional pint of local ale.
The Steam Railway runs from Port Erin via Castletown to Douglas and there is also a regular bus service which travels via the airport every 20 minutes at peak times.Holiday Let features:
Lounge: 2 sofas, Log burner, Smart TV with Internet access, DVD, radio/CD player
Kitchen: Electric oven, fridge/freezer, choice of 2 coffee machines, cordless kettle
Dining room: Dining table and 4 chairs
Bedroom 1: Super king size bed which can be configured as a twin, wardrobe, bedside drawers, French doors to decking area.
En-suite bathroom: Shower over bath, grab rails available on request
Bedroom 2: Double bed, bedside tables, wardrobes, dressing table.
En-suite shower room: Walk-in shower, vanity cabinet, electric towel rail, grab rails and shower seat available on request.
Utility room with WC: Washing machine, tumble dryer, counter top mini freezer, WC, ironing board and laundry items.
Garden: 5 acres, unsuitable for wheelchair use. Exterior decking accessed via living room, master bedroom or pathway. Outdoor seating available in good weather. Outside lights operated from living room and master bedroom. Picnic area.
Visit Isle of Man rating: 4 star
Parking: Private parking
Changeover Day: Flexible. Arrival 3pm - Departure 10am. Min stay 7 nights in the summer months.
Free Wi-fi: Included
Bedding & Linen: Bed linen & towels provided
Pets: No pets allowed
Power & Heating: Heating & Electricity included
Baby Equipment: A cot and high chair are available on request at no extra charge
Shop: 1 ml Pub: 1.2 ml
Accessibility: There are a small number of steps into the property. The Pines is a single-level property.
FeaturesCot Available, DVD player, En-suite bathroom, Free Wifi, High Chair Available, Linen Provided , Log burner, Mobility friendly, Outdoor seating, Private Parking , Towels provided, Tumble Dryer, 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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Claire, London wrote a review on 13th of September 2021
A fantastic stayLovely accommodation would definitely return ,the hosts were friendly and not intrusive ,everything you needed was there my home from home
Elaine, Lichfield wrote a review on 5th of September 2021
Back in the IOMWe really enjoyed our week at The Pines. Everything was just as we like. The peace and tranquillity was marvellous, the views breathtaking. The house was well furnished, the beds really comfortable, home from home. We enjoyed excellent local produce from Shoprite and found eating out not too intimidating! Rediscovery of old haunts brought back lots of happy memories and our trip to the Calf of Man will take some beating. The walk up to the house is a very good cardio work out and the footpath via the golf course is a bit overgrown!
Janet, Peel wrote a review on 12th of August 2021
the pinesA wonderful rest and holiday beautiful scenery and Gaye a wonderful host nothing to much bother for her. We have booked for next year.
Laurence, Ramsey wrote a review on 16th of July 2021
Ideal staycationOver the years have done a lot of Staycations, even before they become fashionable, so know what to expect. The stay here was one of the best, but would strongly recommend that you do your research as to where it is. I did this after reading another review but still got confused.
Karen, Isle Of Man wrote a review on 10th of July 2021
Everything you could needReally pleasant experience, lovely property with fantastic views, Property is well equipped and spacious.
Glenis, Onchan wrote a review on 10th of July 2021
A short staycationExcellent secluded location, beautiful views and grounds of woodland which you can explore. Short drive to local restaurants and beauty spots. Owned by a most pleasant and accommodating lady who lives a very short distance away on site. The Pines is very well equipped which makes it feel like home from home. Would have no hesitation recommending this property to anyone with the proviso that your own transport is recommended due to the location and the steepness of the access to the property. M & G, Onchan, Isle of Man