Island Escapes is a holiday lettings agency based on the beautiful Isle of Man. All of our properties are picked for their quality and features. Our local presence means we very much operate a hands on approach to our properties, ensuring a high quality of service to our guests and homeowners alike. Our commitment to the environment and sustainability is extremely important to us, as such we aim to use eco-friendly cleaning products and are reducing single use plastics wherever possible in our fully managed properties. We are proud to be a corporate sponsor of the Manx Wildlife Trust and are a proud partner of UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man.Our handpicked properties are all subject to compulsory annual registration with the Isle of Man Government and are independently inspected; so you can be confident that any accommodation you choose has been duly inspected and rated by the same industry professionals as in the UK.
A recent addition is Shee Dy Vea. A beautiful seaside cottage in Port Erin. The property has two double bedrooms, lounge, a family bathroom, a spacious kitchen and a dining room that offers incredible views north over the beach and the village.
Upstairs a viewing lounge provides further elevation to enjoy panoramic views over the bay, Bradda Head and out to sea.
If you fancy something out of town we also present a beautiful selection of village, coastal and countryside properties. For a special break for two consider the Close Taggart Cottages in the north of the island, these 4 Star Gold Award cottages are a great base for nature lovers and even have their own treehouse!
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National Folk Museum at Cregneash
Step back in time and experience a day in the life of a small Manx crofting community in the beautifully preserved village of Cregneash. The working village
Set in the peaceful village of Ballasalla lies one of the most important religious sites in the Isle of Man. Rushen Abbey was gifted by King Olaf I for use as a monastery in
Nearby Eating Out
The Sound Cafe
Just the journey to The Sound is breathtaking, but The Sound itself is truly one of the most scenic locations in the British Isles. The Sound Cafe and Restaurant offers
Banks Coffee House
This venue serves one of the best coffees in the country! And the team is always so friendly and welcoming. *