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Baljean

Type:Self-Catering

From £450.00

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Baljean

About

Baljean is a lovely seaside self-catering holiday cottage enjoying fabulous views over the magnificent sweep of Port Erin Bay and Bradda Head to the Irish mountains across the sea.   It is one of the best locations on the Isle of Man, seconds walk from a safe, sandy beach and minutes walk of the village.

Sleeping up to 3 people in two bedrooms, one double room with kingsize bed and one good sized single room, Baljean offers extremely high levels of quality and comfort.   The living room has a nineteenth century Chiollagh (ingle nook) fireplace with wood burning stove, comfortable seating and a dining table in the bay window which overlooks teh wonderful views.   There is a modern, fitted kitchen with dish washer, fridge and freezer, with a washer dryer tucked away.   The bathroom is 'Jack and Jill' directly accessed from both bedrooms.   Gas fired central heating.

You can sit and relax outside at the end of the day enjoying a glass and watching the sun go down over the bay.   An excellent base for enjoying the beauty and all that goes on in the Isle of Man or for just 'chilling out' and soaking up the views!

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Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Baljean£450.00 per unit per week

*From £450 per week

Baljean, Dandy Hill, Port Erin, IM9 6HN
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Awards

  • AccoladesGold Award Gold Award 2019

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