Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday cottage in Isle of Man - Lilac & Bluebell Cottage
Two fully equipped luxury apartments, sleeping up to 3 and 5 respectively
Convenient central location, tastefully converted and finished.
Lilac Cottage is a spacious ground floor, two bedroom en-suite apartment, large dressing room, 30ft living room, utility room and large kitchen
Bluebell Cottage on 1st floor, is a huge one bedroom apartment with large living room and kitchen and ensuite bathroom with jacuzzi and separate shower
Both units, have independent kitchens, bathrooms and heating
Double glazing; gas fired central heating
Large external patio gardens
Off street parking
Crockery & cutlery
LILAC Cottage is Fully adapted for wheelchair/disabled person
Registered with the Isle of Man Tourist Board
See our website www.manxlet.com
Ballasalla is in the south of the island near Castletown. This small village is close to Ronaldsway Airport, built between Ballasalla and Castletown. Named after the medieval King Reginald of Mann by the Norse who called the location 'The Port of Reginald', Ronaldsway.
The Village is well serviced with a Mini Market, Shop and Post Office, a Store, Pub, Bank, Garage and Florist all within a maximum of 5 minutes walk from the apartments.
The apartments are approximately 8 minutes walk from or to the airport. Buses run through the Airport to Douglas via Ballasalla approximately every 20 minutes.
If driving Ballasalla, is near Castletown along the A5 (Douglas Road).
The Public transport system servicing Ballasalla is probably the best on the Island. Ballasalla can be reached by the following bus routes: 1, 1C, 2, 8, 11, 12. Travelling from Douglas, Port Erin, Port St Mary and Peel. The bus stops are almost directly outside of the apartments.
Why not try the historical Steam Railway. The train station is about 4 minutes walk from the apartments. Ballasalla can be reached on the Steam Railway from Douglas going to Port Erin or by taking the Port Erin train going to Douglas.
Ballasalla holds close ties with Castletown and is still remembered for monks and strawberries with cream. The village named from Gaelic meaning 'Place of the Willow Trees' was mainly built from the ruins of Rushen Abbey. A medieval Cistercian founded in the 1100's and dissolved in the 1500's.
Details for holiday cottage Lilac Cottage, 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 5, 2 Bathrooms
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets considered
- non smoking only
- wheelchair accessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome