Ballure Holiday Homes

Self Catering in Isle of Man

Ballure Holiday Homes

Welcome to the Isle of Man, and to Ballure Holiday Homes. Nestled on the hillside, these five detached properties enjoy stunning views over Ramsey town, its sweeping bay and the north of the Island.

Ballure Holiday Homes is a small complex offering home-from-home comfort in a convenient location - in the countryside, five minutes from the sea and with all the advantages of being close to Ramsey, the Island’s ‘northern capital’.

If you’re an outdoor sports fanatic then you couldn’t come to a better place. Cycling, wild swimming, sea kayaking, abseiling, mountain biking and more are all on our doorstep. You can walk the length of the Island on the Millennium Way, or around the coastline on the ‘Raad ny Foillan’ (The Way of the Gull). If you’d rather enjoy the Island at a gentler pace, the Isle of Man’s historic electric railway system hugs the coastline with its cliffs and glens, all the way from Ramsey to Douglas.

At other times, you may want to relax on the viewing deck at Ballure, have a BBQ and enjoy the spectacular scenery of the north of the Island or just sit and marvel at how close Scotland and the Lake District seem across the Irish Sea. But the younger members of the family might have other ideas and to keep them happy, Ballure Holiday Homes has a safe outdoor play area for children to run off steam, and both a DVD player and free, unlimited WiFi in every property.

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Nearby Attractions:
Mooragh Park
Mooragh Park
Mooragh Park was not always a park for it was built, but then its lake was not always a lake. In 1881, the Ramsey Town Commissioners bought a 200 acre tidal swamp....
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Milntown Estate and Gardens
Milntown Estate and Gardens
Milntown, in Lezayre, is the Island’s most historic estate and boasts 15 acres of beautiful gardens and woodland which surround the magnificent mansion and cafe at its heart....
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The Great Laxey Wheel & Mines Trail
The Great Laxey Wheel & Mines Trail
Discover the Great Laxey Wheel, a brilliant piece of Victorian engineering and the largest surviving wheel of its kind in the world. Built in 1884 to pump water from the...
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Nearby Eating Out:
The Lakeside
The Lakeside
At ‘The Lakeside' enjoy a relaxing and more sophisticated dining experience in our boutique bistro style restaurant. The menu depicts a myriad of culinary...
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The Milntown Café
The Milntown Café
Set in a purpose-built conservatory, the Café has wonderful views of both the Walled Garden and the famous Winchester gates....
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The Creg-ny-Baa
The Creg-ny-Baa
The Famous Creg-ny-baa Pub is steeped in history as one of the most spectacular landmarks on the World famous Mountain Course. It enjoys fantastic views of the...
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