Knockaloe is a working Manx farm nestled below Peel Heel, where we provide eco-friendly accommodation in grounds shared with 900 sheep, free-range chickens and 200 milking cows.
We have five en-suite rooms, which can be used as twins or doubles, and which all come with hot drink provisions and TVs. We also offer a lovely family room with a king-sized bed and a single bed, and have a drying room for walkers.
There is also a lovely guest lounge in which you can relax. Outside, spend your time enjoying the peace in our walled garden.
Our breakfasts are delicious, using locally grown and reared seasonal ingredients, and wherever possible we use natural products throughout the B&B.
Private car parking is available in the farm courtyard. We love animals, but regret that we cannot have visiting dogs as we are surrounded by sheep. We offer free WiFi. There is also a small cafe onsite, serving cakes, toasties and hot and cold drinks.
The property is warmed by a ground source heat pump, and we'll welcome you with afternoon tea as we show you around.
Alternatively, we also have several self- catering cottages and glamping pods onsite for hire - please see our website for details.
Short breaks are available - please get in touch with us directly for the best prices and to take advantage of any special offers that may be running!
Knockaloe Beg Farm is surrounded by a number of fun family activities, such as basking shark and wildlife trips, rock climbing, coasteering, sea kayaking and pony treks.
There are 9 golf courses on the island, and guests can find one just a 5 minute drive away! There's also several popular cycling and walking paths.
The farm is just 2 miles from Peel, the third largest town on the Isle of Man, where you can find famous attractions including Peel Castle, and the House of Manannan Museum.
From the Sea Terminal in Douglas: Turn left at the first roundabout and then straight on at next along Lord Street. Follow this road through lights to the next double roundabout (about a mile), go left, then straight on towards Peel, A1. Follow this for 8 miles then when you pass through St Johns traffic lights go into St Johns and turn left down Station Road opposite Tynwald Hill (stepped mound with flagpole on top).
Take the first right, Patrick Road, follow this for two and a half miles to T-junction, turn right. Take the second turn to the left up a small farm lane, just before a bungalow with brown gates. Follow the lane for 0.6 mile and park beyond the large white house. You have arrived!
From Ronaldsway Airport at Ballasalla: Turn left as you exit at the roundabout. Go towards Castletown and turn right at the first and second roundabouts. At the traffic lights turn right. Follow for a mile or so to a crossroads, go straight on. Take this road for about 8 miles until you get to some traffic lights, turn left to St Johns. Opposite Tynwald Hill (stepped mound with flagpole on top) turn left down Station Road, then first right into Patrick Road.
Follow this for two and a half miles to a T-junction, turn right. Take the second turn to the left up a small farm lane, just before a bungalow with brown gates. Follow the lane for 0.6 mile and park next to the large white house. You have arrived!