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  • 17 Droughadsayie Rd
  • Port Erin
  • IM9 6EE


  • DVD Player
  • Family
  • Freeview
  • Garden
  • Garden - Enclosed
  • Ground Floor Room/s
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Outdoor Gear Storage
  • Parking
  • Self Catering
  • TV

At a Glance

  • Private garage
  • Cot and highchair
  • Minutes from the beach
  • Stylish and contemporary
  • Enclosed garden
  • Next to the steam railway 

About this Holiday Cottage

Nestled close to the sweeping bays and sheltered sandy beaches of Port Erin, 4* Reedsbeck cottage is a beautifully appointed detatched bungalow boasting luxury self catering interior for up to five guests.

Located in a quiet residential area on the edge of the town, our charming three bedroom bungalow enjoys fabulous views of the Steam Railway which runs alongside the property and easy access to local amenities including varied pubs, restaurants and supermarkets.

There is ample parking behind the bungalow and use of a private garage which is available on request.


Our spacious and stylish cottage offers ideal home from home accommodation with a large open plan lounge diner, complete with leather sofas and entertainment facilities including a flat screen TV, DVD player and radio. There is a family dining table with seating for five people.

The attractive kitchen is fully equipped with a breakfast table, electric cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine and a tumble dryer. We provide everything you need for your self catering holiday including cutlery and crockery. There are also ironing facilities available in the cottage

Bedrooms / Bathrooms

Reedsbeck boasts three stylish bedrooms, all of which are fully carpeted with high quality bedroom furnishings and bed linens. Our rooms comprise a double, twin and single room, all of which have large windows allowing for plenty of light. A hairdryer is provided for guests.

The bedrooms share a fully tiled and modern family bathroom with shower facilities and separate toilet.


Our property is surrounded by large well kept gardens to the front and rear and has a back patio accessed via the kitchen. The back garden has a picnic table – ideal for al fresco family dining.  

Other Things to Note

Bed linen and towels are provided throughout your stay and the cottage has full central heating throughout. We do not supply beach towels – please do not use our towels for the beach. Sorry – we are unable to accommodate pets.

The property has its own garage which is available on request. For those travelling with younger guests we are able to provide a highchair and cot. 

Around and About

The Isle of Man is a truly unique and beautiful place to visit boasting striking natural scenery and a range of historic sites and attractions including the Victorian Isle of Man Steam Railway, Peel Castle and the House of Manannan.

The cottage itself is close to sandy beaches and quiet coves where families can enjoy days out in the summer or a relaxing winter stroll along the coast. The famed Lady Isabella and the highest point of the island – Snaefell Mountain – are situated a short drive away on the North of the island.

The Isle of Man is also home to the Manx TT – one of the world’s most prestigious motorcycle races which brings tens of thousands to our small island each year.


The bungalow is available from 3pm on the day of arrival and must be vacated on the day of departure by 10am.  


From boat by car:

  1. Turn left at the first two islands and cross over the river. Turn right at next island and straight across the next two. This takes you out of Douglas.
  2. Continue along this road until you reach a large island, take the first exit. This is the Douglas to Castletown road.
  3. Continue for about 15mins until you reach an island in Ballasalla. Take the first exit. Follow this road along past the airport going straight across the two islands.
  4. Take the 3rd exit (right) on the next island and the 2nd exit (right) at the island just outside Castletown. Continue along this bypass road through the traffic lights and straight on along the coast.
  5. After passing a pub on your right (the Shore at Gansey Bay) take the 2nd turning to your right towards Port Erin.
  6. Go straight across at the island by the school and this will bring you onto Castletown road which turns into Shore road.
  7. Turn left just before the church with the steeple onto Droghadfayle road. Reedsbeck is immediately after the railway crossing on the left.
  8. There is parking behind the bungalow.

From the airport by car, pass in front of the building and take the first exit, then follow above directions from step 4.


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