Waterfall Barn and Ballakerkey Cottage are traditional farm buildings converted to provide luxurious 4 star Gold Award self catering accommodation in the Glen Maye National Glen, just a five minute walk to the beach and local pub/restaurant. The cottages are nestled within 40 acres of our farmland which we are happy for you to explore.
Waterfall Barn sleeps up to four people and comprises upside down living area, with magnificent open plan living room running the whole length of the barn. Wooden floors with rugs, comfortable sofas, pictures feature lighting TV, DVD, CD player with surround sound and wifi. This area leads through to the dining area and kitchen with feature canopied stove, ceramic hob, Belfast sink, dishwasher, microwave, fridge freezer and washer/dryer.
There is also a downstairs comprises master bedroom with super king size bed, en suite with whirlpool bath, fitted wardrobes and dressing table. The twin room has a private shower room, fitted wardrobes, dressing table. The barn is centrally heated. Outside there is private off road parking, large gardens with table and chairs and BBQ area.
Ballakerkey Cottage sleeps 3 with one double and one single bedroom each with en suite shower rooms. The cottage has a cosy living room with large feature ‘Cholag’ Manx fireplace with wood burning stove, comfy sofas, rugs, TV, DVD, CD player and wifi. The kitchen features Belfast sink, granite worktops, hob, oven, dishwasher, microwave, washer dryer, dining table and chairs.
The cottage is centrally heated with under floor heating downstairs and radiators upstairs. Outside there is private off road parking and large gardens with table and chairs and BBQ area.
New for 2017 - our brand new Guest Wing which can sleep two people. Please contact us for further details.
A welcome pack awaits your arrival.
The village of Glen Maye is situated on the west coast of the island and is well known locally for its lovely waterfall and we are set just a five minute walk from the beach. The village is also the starting point for many of the islands coastal and moorland footpaths. The fishing town of Peel is only a ten minute drive and boasts a lovely harbour, 11th Century castle located on St Patrick's Isle, safe sandy beach and an array of restaurants, pubs and shops. Known as ‘Sunset City’ from here you can view the best sunsets on the island.