DescriptionBRAND NEW FOR 2022!
Set in beautiful rural surroundings of Ballabeg in the Isle of Man, Brookville Cottage is a lovely open-plan barn conversion, perfect for a couple or solo travellers. In addition to the king size bedroom, a further person can be accommodated utilising the sofa bed in the lounge on request.
For larger groups, Brookville Cottage can be booked alongside Brookville House, which sleeps up to 9 people.
Ballabeg is centrally situated on the Southern plain of the Island and is well suited to explore the beaches, walks and facilities of Port Erin, Port St Mary and Castletown each of which is only three miles away. The Isle of Man has an excellent frequent bus service with a bus stop immediately opposite the property offering direct connections including to the airport and sea terminal up to 3 times per hour.
Less than half a mile from the Billown Circuit, Brookville Cottage offer the ideal base for those looking to watch the pre-TT classic Road Races in late May or the Southern 100 Road Races which take place in early July each year. Ballabeg railway station is a 15 minute stroll, where you can catch the Isle of Man Steam Railway south to Port Erin or Port St Mary and north to Castletown and Douglas.
There are three golf courses nearby including the 130 year old Championship Castletown Golf Links. In Castletown you can also visit the magnificent medieval Castle Rushen once home to the Kings and Lords of Mann as well as the three other Manx National Heritage sites The Old House of keys, The Nautical Museum and The Old Grammar School all within the town centre. You can also explore the variety of shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs, as well as an indoor swimming pool, tennis courts and bowling green.
Visit Isle of Man Rating: Pending
Holiday Let Features
Kitchen/dining area: Oven, hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, dishwasher, fridge with ice box, dining room table with seating for 4 people
Living area: Two comfortable sofas (one of which is a sofabed), flat screen TV and coffee table
Bedroom 1: King size bed, sofa, chest of drawers, bedside cabinets and wardrobe
Bathroom: Walk-in shower, wash hand basin and WC
Laundry room: Washing machine and tumble dryer at gable end of property underneath the steps
Parking: Ample private parking at the front of the property to be shared with Brookville House
Changeover Day: Flexible - arrival 4:00pm - departure 10:00am
Pets: Pets not accepted
Baby Equipment: Cot and high chair available on request at an additional cost.
Power & Heating: Heating & Electricity included
Wifi: Free Wifi included
Bedding & Linen: Bed linen and towels provided.
Shop: 0.8 ml Pub: 0.8 ml
Accessibility: There are steps in this property leading up to the bedroom and bathroom
FeaturesFree Wifi, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Private Parking , Linen Provided , Towels provided, Great for couples, Rural views, Near a pub
Map and directions
Jo, Seaford wrote a review on 3rd of August 2022
Amazing CottageWe booked this stay as part of a group who also rented a number of other properties in the area through Island Escapes. The cottage was absolutely perfect. The location is great and it is fully equipped with everything you could need for a week. It is incredibly spacious. Other members of our party couldn't believe how much space we had. Gorgeous views over the fields and the children loved watching the cows.
James, Fishponds, Bristol wrote a review on 28th of July 2022
My wife wanted to move in.We loved our stay. Recently renovated. All equipped and presented. Spacious. Location was pretty convenient and I loved going for a morning run around the country roads. Booked the stay as part of a surprise trip away for me and my wife and she really didn't want to leave the cottage or the island. I'm sure we'll be back. Appreciated the local produce to get us started and kitchen had everything you should need.
Alan, Grange Over Sands wrote a review on 20th of June 2022
Brookville CottageThis is a new property and the Owners were very nice and helpful. Our less than 100% rating perhaps is a reflection of personal taste more than anything and is based on the following:- Internally the property is very comfortable, well laid out and well appointed with equipment (Other than the absence of a Freezer which we were advised would soon be in place). Outside, the area is less inspiring as this property shares a courtyard with a larger property and is next to the main road which runs through the village. Unfortunately for us, the road noise was a little intrusive when sitting outside and we didnt appreciate having to look at surplus building materials which had been stacked up, out of the view of the Main property but in the area which was meant to be for our amenity. Less in control of the Owners, was the fact that the Bus Service was totally unreliable during our stay with significant numbers of services being cancelled and no reliable forecasting of what services would actually be running. The inconvenience was compounded upon discovering that the only eating facility in the area had decided not to open its doors during the week of our stay. With there being only a small Spa shop in the village and faced with the potential of unreliable bus services and hospitality, one needs to be prepared to travel independently in order to dine out. Whilst I would recommend the property to others, its with the caveat that our own reservations are unimportant to them.