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Featuring magnificent sea views over Port Erin Bay, the Bay View Apartments offers modern self-catering accommodations on the Isle of Man. Port Erin’s sandy beach is just 2 minutes’ walk away. Great location, fantastic facilities and views, spotlessly clean. Locals and staff in restaurants and pubs all really friendly and made you feel welcome
A 7-minute walk from Port Erin Railway Museum, Athol Park Guest House is located in Port Erin and provides free WiFi and express check-in and check-out. Lovely b and b, the owners couldn't do enough to ensure we had a great stay. We had the top floor front room, with lovely views of Bradda Head, good size room, comfy bed with large shower. Delicious breakfast in the morning. The owners are opening a Chinese restaurant downstairs. Sadly it wasn't open in time for our stay but we wish them every success and will certainly be back over to try it out. Best wishes to them from Stuart and Rachel.
Located in Port Erin in the Isle of Man region, Kittiwake House provides accommodations with free WiFi. The owners daughter Julie was fantastic, very friendly The whole place is lovely everything you need. Dave and Angela (owners) should be proud, to us it deserves 6 stars. It was like a home from home with a beautiful views, and so peaceful. Looking forward to coming back, plus fantastic price.. Lots of love Kathy Dooley
Shore Hotel offers accommodations in Port St Mary on the Isle of Man. This 4-star hotel offers free WiFi. All rooms have a sea view. The rooms were incredible. Bed was extremely comfortable and we both had the best two nights sleep. Bathroom was of exceptional quality. Mark and the staff were fantastic throughout the stay
Cronk Darragh Cottage in Castletown offers accommodations with free WiFi, 1.1 mi from Castle Rushen. This self-catered vacation home features a garden and barbecue facilities. We loved the quirky cottage feel..the different era's in furniture, lovely to see a cottage retain its homely feel and not tainted by modern lines, beds super comfy, everything you need for a self catering stay, parking space, beautiful garden, lovely welcome, lovely hosts and great value for money..Our staycation felt like a holiday because of the cottage, its hosts and location..
Port Erin is a lovely quiet resort, well known to me personally as I have visited it several times over the years. Views over the bay are stunning and the little steam railway is great. Meals at the Falcon's Nest are good value and tasty. We enjoyed the evening meal in the Falcons Nest on our first evening and also the local chip shop for lunch. Creigneash village is lovely to visit together with the Calf - all in all it is a beautiful area. Erin Arts Centre is always a good place to visit, just to see all the photographs of the well known artistes who have performed there is proof of its popularity. There are some lovely walks for the more energetic - which I used to be, but no longer!
Very typical seaside town a little tired but very quaint and relaxing. With the steam train running from Port Erin you can get to Douglas without a car. Not many restaurants, a few take away and coffee shops. The Station pub is really nice.
Port Erin is a lovely, quiet place. Money is being spent on this small beach town; i have seen the improvements over the last few years. It's a great for riders who want to see the TT. It is not on the course but can be easily reached from Port Erin. There are a few pubs and a fish and chip shop where you can eat good quality food. There is also a well stocked small co-op where you can buy everything you need for self catering. The steam train, ticket office and waiting room is wonderful! I highly recommend a trip on the train to Douglas.....it's like going back in time. Finally, the locals are a friendly bunch and make you feel welcome.
Lovely views, great sunsets, good clean beach, plenty of walking opportunities, good choice of eateries. We were lucky enough to be there for the Island At War weekend, when extra attractions were present. Steam Railway is a good way to relax and enjoy the scenery. We enjoyed eating out at Bradda Glen Cafe and The Falcons Nest restaurant. Service and food were good at both, and so was the price.
I think Port Erin offers something for all age groups - plenty of pubs for a night out,, the beach spread out around the bay offers fun for the children. There's also paddle boards for the more adventurous! I planned to try a spot of fishing from the breakwater - or what's left of the breakwater after the storms of 1884/85 destroyed it! - but as I drew a blank on day 1, I fished again on day 2! - same result! So...day 3 was me against the pollack & mackerel of Port Erin! - they won again! With just one day left, what should I do? Admit defeat, go visit another area of the island or head back to the breakwater?? Yes, the fish won - TWICE! 1). They drew me back to my now regular haunt and 2). They again avoided capture! lol But I thoroughly enjoyed the sea air, the sun, but above all the relaxed feel to Port Erin - I WILL visit again! There's a nice fish & chip shop in the high street, plus Indian and Asian takeaways or there are some excellent restaurants - the Bay hotel certainly one of them! (Located along shore road - you can't miss it!)
Port Erin is a lovely town which is obviously on the up, there are a few good places to eat and drink and when the weather is good, the seafront is a great place to be. We visited The Bay restaurant for a dinner- fabulous! Foraging Vintners for a beer and some nibbles - lovely - may have been less enjoyable if we had been unable to sit outside. The Station Cafe - lovely for a light lunch and an Indian Restaurant (BYOB) that I can't remember the name of, but which was superb. It's at the bowling green!