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Garey Beg


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Garey Beg


Garey Beg is a spacious self-catering family holiday home set in a cul-de-sac in south of the Isle of Man. Enjoy views over the south of the island out to sea at Bay Ny Carrickey and of neighbouring Port St Mary. With an extensive garden and raised patio area, Garey Beg is perfect for family groups!

The property features 4 bedrooms, consisting of one king with en-suite, a double and two twin rooms all located on the first floor. Garey Beg also has a large lounge offering comfortable seating for all guests, a well-equipped kitchen, dining room and adjoined conservatory overlooking the garden, making it an excellent space for socialising together as a group. Enjoy bar billiards in the small games room which is also includes a large selection of local interest books.

The property is situated in the small village of Colby, an ideal base to explore the south of the island. The local bus stops are nearby, as well as Colby Railway Station (request stop). From here you can head further south and visit Port Erin, a seaside town with a wonderful long sandy beach, often bustling in the warmer months. If a tour of the ancient capital of the Isle of Man is up your street, hop on the bus or train into Castletown. Visit Castle Rushen, a well-preserved medieval castle built for a Viking king! Stay onboard for Douglas, the modern capital of the island. From Douglas the island is your oyster, with bus services to the north of the island and the Manx Electric Railway, providing a scenic view of the island's east coast to Ramsey via Laxey.

The Isle of Man is the only entire country to be granted UNESCO Biosphere status, and together with its unique culture and heritage sites, it offers outstanding walks of majestic scenery and waterfalls, including the internationally accredited Raad Na Foillan – “The Way of the Gull”. The Millennium Walk traverses the internal parts of the Island, offering up the majestic splendour of the peaks, and our very own mountain Snaefell, reachable by the aforementioned Manx Electric Railway!

There is some scenery a bit more local to Garey Beg too. Colby Glen, one of the Manx national glens is a couple of minutes walk up the road from the cottage, a small 5 acre glen it has its own charm, especially in the spring and early summer when wild bluebells and primroses are found in profusion. The local pub and convenience shop is just a short walk away as well.

All in all, for a family group, or just a group of friends, Garey Beg has much to offer all groups. Visit the Isle of Man's heritage sites, immerse yourself in the Island’s unique culture, enjoy the majestic scenery, or take part in some of the many adventure pursuits.

Plenty of parking is available on the driveway.

Garey Beg is a self-catering holiday accommodation managed by local company Island Escapes. To book Garey Beg, please visit their website

Holiday Let Features

Visit Isle of Man rating: 4 Star Gold

Ground Floor

Living room:
 Comfortable sofa with ample seating for 8, TV, fireplace and access to the garden
Kitchen: Well equipped containing cooker, hob, microwave, kettle, Dolce Gusto coffee maker, cafetiere, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. There is seating for 5 at the breakfast bar.
Dining room: Dining room table and 8 chairs.
Conservatory: Two comfortable sofas and two arm chairs
Utility room: Basin and combined washer/dryer. Iron and ironing board.
Study: Containing bar billiards table and a wide selection of local interest books
Garden: There is a pond and stream in the garden. Guests with small children please treat this with caution. Garden furniture to seat 10.

First Floor

Bedroom 1: King size bed, bedside tables, fitted cupboards, in-built wardrobe, chest of drawers, touch sensitive lamps.
En-suite: Shower, WC and wash hand basin
Bedroom 2: King size bed, in-built wardrobe, chest of drawers, touch sensitive lamps.
Bedroom 3: Twin beds, bedside table, in-built wardrobe and drawers, touch sensitive lamps. (This room can be configured as a king size bed on request).
Bedroom 4: Twin beds, bedside table, in-built wardrobe and drawers, touch sensitive lamps.
Bathroom: Walk in shower, WC, wash hand basin


Parking: Private parking for up to 4 cars available on the driveway. Garage not for guest use
Changeover Day: Flexible. Arrival 4:00pm - departure 10:00am.
Pets: No pets accepted
Baby Equipment: High chair and cot available to hire at additional cost.
Power & Heating: Heating & Electricity included
Wifi: Free Wifi included
Bedding & Linen: Bed linen and towels provided.
Recycling: Recycling bins are available at this property.
Shop: 0.2 ml Pub: 0.2 ml

Accessibility: There are four steps up to the front door of this property. The family bathroom and bedrooms are located upstairs.

Damage: Important! We are committed to protecting our properties which is why we now take a £35 fee from each booking as a damage waiver. This is included in the price you pay and covers you for up to £500 worth of accidental damages to the property that could occur whilst you are staying.

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Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Provider Facilities

  • Central Heating
  • Dishwasher
  • Drying Facilities
  • Freezer
  • Hair Dryer
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Laundry facilities
  • Linen provided
  • Microwave
  • Shower
  • Television
  • TT & Biker Friendly
  • Tumble dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • Wi-Fi

Provider Features

  • In countryside
Upper Ballastrooan, Colby, Isle of Man, IM9 4NR
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Open Christmas
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