Convenient central location, tastefully converted and finished.
Lilac Cottage is a spacious ground floor, two bedroom en-suite apartment, large dressing room, 30ft living room, utility room and large kitchen
Bluebell Cottage on 1st floor, is a huge one bedroom apartment with large living room and kitchen and ensuite bathroom with jacuzzi and separate shower
Both units, have independent kitchens, bathrooms and heating
Double glazing; gas fired central heating
Large external patio gardens
Off street parking
Crockery & cutlery
LILAC Cottage is Fully adapted for wheelchair/disabled person
Registered with the Isle of Man Tourist Board
See our website www.manxlet.com
Ballasalla is in the south of the island near Castletown. This small village is close to Ronaldsway Airport, built between Ballasalla and Castletown. Named after the medieval King Reginald of Mann by the Norse who called the location 'The Port of Reginald', Ronaldsway.
The Village is well serviced with a Mini Market, Shop and Post Office, a Store, Pub, Bank, Garage and Florist all within a maximum of 5 minutes walk from the apartments.
The apartments are approximately 8 minutes walk from or to the airport. Buses run through the Airport to Douglas via Ballasalla approximately every 20 minutes.
If driving Ballasalla, is near Castletown along the A5 (Douglas Road).
The Public transport system servicing Ballasalla is probably the best on the Island. Ballasalla can be reached by the following bus routes: 1, 1C, 2, 8, 11, 12. Travelling from Douglas, Port Erin, Port St Mary and Peel. The bus stops are almost directly outside of the apartments.
Why not try the historical Steam Railway. The train station is about 4 minutes walk from the apartments. Ballasalla can be reached on the Steam Railway from Douglas going to Port Erin or by taking the Port Erin train going to Douglas.
Ballasalla holds close ties with Castletown and is still remembered for monks and strawberries with cream. The village named from Gaelic meaning 'Place of the Willow Trees' was mainly built from the ruins of Rushen Abbey. A medieval Cistercian founded in the 1100's and dissolved in the 1500's.
Set in the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man is a unique destination with over 10,000 years of history. Surprisingly large at over 33 miles long and 13 miles wide, there is far more to the Isle of Man than, at first, meets the eye. Venture away from the capital, Douglas, and you’ll find rugged cliffs, sandy coves, miles of uncrowded beaches, enchanting glens and unspoilt countryside, where you can indulge your passion for the great outdoors as you meander through glorious wooded glens drinking in the colours of the purple heather covered moorland. The ancient Celts, Vikings and Christians left the island with a legacy of their lifetime and all around the island you will find evidence of these early settlers - Celtic crosses, medieval fortresses and Viking burial grounds. Its most famous symbols are the Manx cat and the island’s emblem the three legs of Man whose meaning is “whichever way you throw me I stand”.
Golf: If you've only ever associated golf with Scotland, the USA or golf breaks in Portugal or Spain, then you've been missing out. Whoever said golf is good walk spoiled, obviously never visited the Isle of Man!
To a golfer, you don't need to be told just what an all-absorbing game it can be...on a good day! What you might need to know, though, is what a truly memorable experience golfing in the Isle of Man can be. Although just 33 miles long by 13 wide, the Island has nine golf courses (eight 18-hole ones and a nine-holes) and a population of 80,000, there's a good chance that you won't be facing long queues, whichever course you choose.
Even if you're staying only a few days you'll have the opportunity to visit a number of different golf clubs - no one course is much more than 45 minutes by car from any other.
The Island's courses can tax even the 'Nick Faldos' of this world, and there is one additional and major distraction when golfing in the Isle of Man...the breathtaking views. Whichever course you play, you'll be surrounded by sensational scenery - stunning coastal views and heather moorlands - it's enough to make even the grimmest score seem bearable.
'Rabbit', 'tiger' or otherwise, golfing in the Isle of Man is unique. Thanks to our favourable climate, golfing is virtually a year-round activity with few days' play lost to snow or fog. What's more, that special warm Manx welcome extends equally to the club houses.
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Jul 19 2014 - Aug 31 2014
7 night minimum stay
Sep 1 2014 - Oct 31 2014
3 night minimum stay
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Utilities - Gas and Electricity are charged separately for this a SECURITY deposit of £150 per rental (rentals of 2 weeks or less) meter readings are taken on arrival and departure and deducted from the security deposit before it is returned
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (GBP) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.