Willow Nook Cottages offer five-star, luxury self catering for those looking to spend a family holiday on the Isle of Man. The cottages are set on an organic farm and in their own private glen and gardens, though village shops and a pub are only half a mile away, as well as a sandy beach. Guests enjoy their own patio area, king-sized beds to sleep in, solid oak kitchens and beamed ceilings. The Isle of Man is known for its wonderful scenery and wildlife, is particularly popular amongst bikers, hosting a number of yearly races around the island, and amongst fishing and angling enthusiasts.
What is the capacity for Willow Nook Cottages?
Acorn Cottage sleeps two people in a kingsized double room and Rosehip Cottage sleeps four in a kingsized double and a twin room. They are available to rent separately or together on a weekly basis and the changeover day is a Friday.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Isle of Man area?
The village of Kirk Michael is less than a half-mile from the Willow Nook Cottages on the north-western shore of the island. The town boasts a local shop, a post office, a chemist, butchers, a church and a garage that remains open until late. Most of the northwest island is filled by a long sandy beach. There is access to the beach from Glen Wyllin which also has a children’s play area. From Glen Wyllin Beach, there's a short walk up the stunning Manx Nature Reserve called Cooildarry, which comes out on the road just across the lane to Willow Nook Cottages.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
About six miles from Kirk Michael is the pretty harbour town of Peel. There is a supermarket, restaurants and numerous pubs serving food and take-aways.