Why not stay somewhere a bit different when you visit the Isle of Man?
The Isle of Man has a variety of accommodation options available – from hotels and guest houses, to self-catering apartments and more - but how about staying somewhere really quirky to make your trip even more memorable?
For a guest house with a difference, stay at the award-winning Aaron House in Port St Mary. Visitors can step back in time for an authentic taste of Victorian life, from antique furnishings to traditional kitchen methods and service. In order to create a memorable experience, the staff at Aaron House take great pride in their level of commitment to cleanliness, cuisine and comfort.
Or perhaps you’ll choose to take a short boat ride from Port St Mary over to the Calf of Man to stay? Located amidst spectacular scenery half a mile off the southern tip of the Isle of Man, the Calf of Man is a small island extending to approximately 600 acres. It is an ideal location for wildlife enthusiasts to stay as you’ll find a variety of migrant birds on your doorstep and the chance to go seal spotting. You can stay in a traditional style 1870's farmhouse incorporating a bird observatory while you’re there. This is the only habitable property on the Calf of Man, so you can experience what it’s like having a whole island to yourself!
Another popular place to stay on the Isle of Man is at The Venture Centre. Providing a range of outdoor activities and accommodation facilities, it is the ideal venue for groups, families and social clubs who want to be kept busy and make the most of their visit to the Island. Set amongst rolling farmland, the centre can tailor the activities to your specific needs and expectations, such as a hen party or school trip.