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Seagrass Cottage

Type:Self-Catering

From £80.00

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Seagrass Cottage - seaside escape

About

Seagrass Cottage is a cosy coastal retreat in the hamlet of Spaldrick, close to Port Erin village. With rural views and just a couple of minutes from Spaldrick Beach and Bradda Glen, this is the perfect base for walking, cycling and exploring the coast and sea. The cottage is tucked away up a small lane behind the main promenade.

Port Erin village is only a 10 minute walk down the promenade, where you can find a range of local shops, a supermarket and a small selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants. Port Erin has a fabulous sandy beach suitable for bathing and a steam train station with regular trains to Douglas from spring to autumn.

The house is a renovated cottage with a double bedroom and a single bedroom that can also be used as a twin (suitable for two children). The property has a kitchen with dining table and everything you need to cook for yourself during your stay. There is a cosy sitting room with plenty of books to read and WiFi.

We are working to make the cottage as environmentally-friendly as possible. The bedding and towels are organic cotton, we use nature-friendly cleaning products as much as possible and we minimise the use of single use plastics. 

The cottage has a garden and a shed suitable for storing bikes and other outdoor equipment.

Port Erin is a great base for an Isle of Man holiday. The south of the Island has a wealth of attractions, from the living history of Cregneash village to the dive centre in Port St Mary. The rest of the Island is never more than an hour away by car or you can explore using our good bus system and heritage transport like the steam trains and electric trams.

At Seagrass Cottage you can:

Run down the steps to Spaldrick Beach and have your morning swim, or snorkel around the rocks spotting wrasse and mullet.

At low tide, explore the wealth of rock pools in the bay and find bright sea anemones and darting shrimps.

Take a glass of wine or a cup of tea down to the bench overlooking the beach and watch beautiful sunsets over the bay.

Stroll to the end of Bradda Glen and watch out for harbour porpoises and basking shark fins.

Stride up to Milner's Tower and enjoy breath-taking views across to the Calf of Man and over the south of the Island. 

Create your own writing retreat, with plenty of inspiration from nature.

TT Availability 2022

Last Minute availability from the 6th June for TT- please contaxt for information. 

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Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
1
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Seagrass Cottage£80.00 per unit per night

*Prices from £80 per night

Facilities

Children & Infants

  • Accept children (Minimum age)
  • Cot
  • Highchair

Leisure Facilities

  • Walking route

Parking & Transport

  • Car parking
  • On site parking
  • Secure cycle storage

Payment Methods

  • BACS accepted
  • Cheques accepted

Provider Facilities

  • Bath
  • Cyclist Friendly
  • Garden/patio for guests use
  • Ironing facilities
  • Linen available free of charge
  • Onsite parking next to unit
  • Shower
  • Stargazer Friendly
  • TT & Biker Friendly
  • Walker Friendly
  • Wi-Fi

Provider Features

  • In countryside
  • Welcome pack

Target Markets

  • Marketed as green/environmentally friendly
  • Special provisions for cyclists
  • Special provisions for walkers

Travel & Trade

  • Wi-fi available
3 Spaldrick View, Port Erin, IM9 6PB
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Gradings

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Awards

  • WelcomeBiker Friendly Biker Friendly 2020
  • WelcomeCycling Friendly Cycling Friendly 2020
  • WelcomeStargazer Friendly Stargazer Friendly 2020
  • WelcomeWalker Friendly Walker Friendly 2020
  • WelcomeFamily Friendly Family Friendly 2020

Opening Times

Open Christmas
Open New Year

* Open May- Sept 2024

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Seagrass Cottage is on a quiet lane just behind the main Port Erin promenade.

Following signage to Port Erin. Once in Port Erin village turn right up the promenade and go right to the top of the promenade to where it levels out. Past the turn off to the Rowany Golf Course and before the entrance to Bradda Glen, you'll find Spaldrick Avenue. Turn right into Spaldrick Avenue and then right again into a small lane. You can drive directly into the parking space for Seagrass Cottage. The cottage is white with a bright blue door.

Public Transport Directions

Seagrass Cottage is ideally placed for visiting the Isle of Man using public transport. The cottage is a 15 minute walk (up hill) from the bus and train stations in Port Erin, which are well connected to the airport and ferry port. There are some beautiful walks within easy walking distance from the cottage, including up to Milner's Tower on the top of Bradda Head and the coastal paths round to Fleshwick Bay and to the Sound overlooking the Calf of Man.

It is a short walk to Port Erin village to local restaurants and pubs, and other eating options are available in nearby Port St Mary.

For those visiting by car, there is a dedicated off-road parking space for the property and additional parking is available on the surrounding roads.

There is a bicycle hire shop in Port Erin and room in the garden shed to store bikes and other equipment.

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