Knockaloe Beg Farm - Wigwams

Type:Glamping

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Glamping is becoming a really popular way to spend time out in the countryside with a bit of luxury thrown in!

Come glamping at Knockaloe Beg Farm. We have built 2 lovely wooden wigwams: Robin’s Nest and The Dovecote in the orchard behind our Farmyard. They are both en-suite and sleep up to 4 people.

They have eco-hot tubs, fuelled by wood and smelling of the cedar they are made of. You can sit in and look at the stars, or towards the hills.

The cabins are very comfortable and have a little shower room next to the double bed. There is a tiny kitchen area with all you need; fridge, microwave, kettle, sink and 2 ring electric hob. There are simple cooking and eating things. Then we have a pull out sofa bed, table, chairs and TV/DVD. An electric heater make these all year round cabins.

Outside on the decking is garden furniture, a BBQ to hire, and a fire pit. There is also a wooden play area.

The Wigwams can be hired individually or as a pair and cost ranges from £65 per night upwards.

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Electric car charging points

Parking & Transport

  • Electric Bike Charging Point
  • Electric Car Charging Point
  • Parking next to unit

Payment Methods

  • Accepts major credit and debit cards
  • BACS accepted
  • Cheques accepted
  • Major credit cards accepted

Provider Facilities

  • Cyclist Friendly
  • Dog Friendly
  • Stargazer Friendly
  • TT & Biker Friendly
  • Walker Friendly
Knockaloe Beg Farm, Knockaloe Beg Lane, Raggatt, Patrick, IM5 3AQ
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Tel01624 844279

Tel07624 475330

Gradings

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Awards

  • Isle Of Man Tourist BoardSafe, Clean, Legal COVID 19 Safe, Clean, Legal COVID 19 2020

Awards

  • WelcomeBiker Friendly Biker Friendly 2020
  • WelcomeCycling Friendly Cycling Friendly 2020
  • WelcomeDog Friendly Dog Friendly 2020
  • WelcomeStargazer Friendly Stargazer Friendly 2020
  • WelcomeWalker Friendly Walker Friendly 2020
  • WelcomeFamily Friendly Family Friendly 2020
  • WelcomeGroup Friendly Group Friendly 2020
  • AccoladesUNESCO Biosphere Partner UNESCO Biosphere Partner 2021

Opening Times

* Open all year round. Changeover days Mon/Wed/Friday with 3 night weekends (reduced to two in the off season from October to March) and 2 night minimum in the week.
Prices from £95 per night for two people plus extras.

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From the Sea Terminal in Douglas turn left at the first roundabout and then straight on at next along Lord Street. Follow this road through lights to the next double roundabout (about a mile), go left, then straight on towards Peel, A1.

Follow this for 8 miles then when you pass through St Johns traffic lights go into St Johns and turn left down Station Road opposite Tynwald Hill (stepped mound with flagpole on top).

Take the first right, Patrick Road, follow this for two and a half miles to T-junction, turn right.

Take the second turn to the left up a small farm lane, just before a bungalow with brown gates.

Follow the lane for 0.6 mile and park beyond the large white house. You have arrived!

 

From Ronaldsway Airport at Ballasalla turn left as you exit at the roundabout. Go towards Castletown and turn right at the first and second roundabouts.

At the traffic lights turn right. Follow for a mile or so to a crossroads, go straight on.

Take this road for about 8 miles until you get to some traffic lights, turn left to St Johns. Opposite Tynwald Hill (stepped mound with flagpole on top) turn left down Station Road, then first right into Patrick Road.

Follow this for two and a half miles to a T-junction, turn right.

Take the second turn to the left up a small farm lane, just before a bungalow with brown gates:

Follow the lane for 0.6 mile and park next to the large white house. You have arrived!

 

Public Transport Directions

Bus Transport

• Up to date bus timetables are in our porch bookcase
• Visit www.isleofmanbusandrailinfo.com or ring 01624 662525
• There is an hourly bus from 8am – 5pm to the end of our lane, Number 4 or 7.

What's Nearby

  1. The Centre for WW1 Internment tells the story of the Knockaloe Internment Camp, its…

    0.5 miles away
  2. The world's smallest production car is on view in the Island's smallest museum in Peel.…

    0.83 miles away
  3. The legendary sea god Manannan will guide you through the Island’s rich Celtic, Viking…

    0.92 miles away
  1. Visit Cathedral Isle of Man in Peel to discover the history of the Isle of Man through…

    1.01 miles away
  2. Discover the species of whale, dolphin, porpoise and other marine life found around the…

    1.03 miles away
  3. The Leece Museum is devoted to objects, photographs and documents specifically relating…

    1.06 miles away
  4. Cooill y Ree, which translates as Nook of the King, is situated to the west of Tynwald…

    2.47 miles away
  5. The Island’s cultural and Tynwald exhibition centre is a great way for all ages to find…

    2.54 miles away
  6. Situated in St Johns the Tynwald National Park and Arboretum is set in more than 25 acres…

    2.68 miles away
  7. The Marine Viewing Site present at Niarbyl Bay, Dalby, provides visitors and residents…

    3.5 miles away
  8. The Manx Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ManxSPCA) is an animal charity…

    4.4 miles away
  9. St Marks Country Park is the perfect place for a family day out. Set in approximately 18…

    5.74 miles away
  10. Full of legends and heritage, St Luke's Church and the site of Old Tynwald can be found…

    7.59 miles away
  11. The home of classic bikes in the Isle of Man. A must visit for all genuine motorcycle or…

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  12. The Silverburn begins its journey above the village of St Marks, passing through…

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  13. Rushen Abbey was gifted by King Olaf I for use as a monastery in 1134. The visitor centre…

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