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Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
A traditional Manx cottage of character, Rose Cottage is situated on a quiet road near the historic village of St Johns and only 3 miles away from the sandy beaches, shops and restaurants in the historic fishing port of Peel.
The property has two bedrooms, (one double and one containing bunk beds) and is ideal for a family holiday combining the tranquillity of a rural setting with the proximity of local attractions. Walking, fishing, golf, swimming shopping, local pubs and restaurants, farmers market, museums and heritage centre are all within easy reach.
The cottage has a ground floor shower room with toilet and wash basin, a comfortably furnished lounge with television, DVD player and a selection of games. A fully equipped galley kitchen connects the lounge and shower room.
New for this year Free WiFi.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Peel 4.5 km|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Ronaldsway 16 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors|
Additional features include a selection of indoor games, garden furniture, central heating, ironing facilities, bed linen and towels. A cot and high chair are available upon request. All power is included. Free WiFi.
|Further details outdoors|
There is also a folding wooden table with four folding wooden chairs just outside the back door for guests to enjoy outdoor meals. A sunshade is provided in case the sun becomes too strong!
I. The letting agreement shall be between the owner of the property and the hirer and shall be deemed to be subject to these conditions of letting.
ii. Upon receipt of the booking form and £100 deposit we will send you a confirmation of booking detailing the balance which will be due four weeks before arrival. For bookings made four weeks or less before arrival the full amount will be payable on booking. Once the full amount has been paid we are unable to refund any monies and we therefore recommend that you take out Holiday Insurance.
iii. If we are unable to accept your booking we will return the deposit to you in full.
iv. A £50 security deposit is payable at the same time as the balance. This shall be refunded provided no damage occurs. This liability is not limited to the amount of the security deposit.
v. Good care should be taken of the property and contents and it should be left clean and tidy as the occupier will find it.
vi. No liability is accepted for any loss, damage, sickness or injury, howsoever caused which may be sustained during the letting by the occupier or any member of the occupier's party. Again, Holiday Insurance is strongly advised.
vii. Accommodation is only for persons named on the booking form.
viii. Letting will normally be from Saturday to Saturday. We would ask you to arrive no earlier than 3pm and vacate by 10am on the day of departure.
ix. Sleeping accommodation is for no more than four persons.
x. Completion of the booking form implies acceptance of all the above conditions.
About this location
The Isle of Man region
The Isle of Man is of great geographical and historical interest. Celtic and Viking influences abound. Situated in the Irish Sea between Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales, the island was under Norwegian rule for many years following the Viking invasions. The Vikings are remembered annually in battle re-enactments at the Peel Viking Festival which attracts modern day Vikings from far afield.
The award winning museums and heritage sites on the island include Peel Castle, Castle Rushen, Laxey Wheel and mines, the Manx museum in Douglas, House of Manannan Heritage Centre in Peel, the Peggy (history of the boat used in smuggling activities) museum in Castletown and Cregneash village which includes a working farm, thatched fishermen's cottages and the home of the last native Manx speaker. Regular demonstrations of carding, spinning, weaving and Manx traditional cookery take place during the summer months.
Tynwald Fair Day is held annually on 5th July. This is a national Bank Holiday which celebrates the longest continuous government in the world. On this day the laws are read out in both Manx and English.
Perhaps the most famous events on the island are the TT and Manx Grand Prix motor bike races which take place in June and August. Other popular events include the Laxey Blues Festival in May, the Chruinnaght (Manx music and dance festival in July), the Cooish (Manx language Festival in November) as well as the Easter Festival of darts and the newly established walking festival.
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8 Sep 2014
"Lovely cosy cottage in rural location"
I have just returned from a stay in Rose Cottage with my husband and 5 dogs. We had a lovely comfortable stay in this cosy cottage. The cottage is very well equipped with everything we needed for ou… More
29 Aug 2014
The cottage was well situated for touring the island. However we had only just arrived at the cottage when we saw rats in the side driveway and front garden that evening and again the following day,… More
29 Jul 2014
"Pleasant Enough Cottage"
This cottage was easy to find from the instructions and is well situated for touring the whole island.It was very well equipped and extremely clean.The shower room was lovely - very clean and spacious… More
21 Jun 2014
"Lovely cottage in a quiet location"
We stayed in this lovely small cottage from Sunday to Wednesday and we loved it. It's in very quiet location, there is a shop, a bar and Cafe close by.we booked it on very short notice and there … More
19 Apr 2014
Lovely cottage, well equipped throughout, and nice enclosed garden. The cottage is brilliantly located for driving to all parts of the island, including the TT course. On the doorstep is a lovely foot… More
9 Apr 2013
"Can't recommend highly enough"
My family have had two wonderful stays at Rose Cottage and would definitely stay there again. The cottage is really homely and inviting. Jane and Mike, the owners have gone to great lengths to make guests feel comfortable and welcomed. Indeed on our second visit they had completely refurbished the shower room (now 5* rather than 4*!). It is fantastic to wake up to such a lovely view of the hills. St Johns is an ideal spot for exploring the Island. We had a wonderful welcome pack, and Jane gave us lots of welcome advice about good places to visit and eat. If you are looking for a cosy cottage in a lovely spot....look no further.
Thank you for writing a review. We are so pleased that you enjoyed your stay in Rose Cottage and we hope to welcome you all again soon.