Holiday Homes & Rentals in Isle of Man

Holiday Homes & Rentals in Isle of Man

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Highlights in Isle of Man

  • Stunning Island full of vast vegetation
  • Extraordinary beaches with blue waters
  • Incredible natural landmarks
  • Exciting attractions for visitors of all ages
  • Delightful local cuisine at every corner

Best Holiday Homes & Rentals in Isle of Man

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Holiday Rental for 2 People in Laxey, Isle Of Man
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Laxey, Isle Of Man
Holiday Rental • 2 Guests • 1 Bedroom
(18 reviews)
Thie-Ma-Chree is a delightful single storey self catering holiday cottage with a lovely elevated view out to sea over Laxey bay, Isle of Man. Situated right next to the 125 year old Manx Electric Railway, the tram stops just outside at the magically named Fairy Cottage halt. Jump on this and enjoy a scenic journey to Douglas or Ramsey, or even up to the Isle of Man's highest point - Snaefell mountain!The cottage is accessed by a single step into the conservatory and two steps into the main living area. The kitchen and bathroom are off the living area. The bathroom has a corner bath with han...
from €407 / night
Holiday Rental for 2 People in Castletown, Isle Of Man
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Castletown, Isle Of Man
Holiday Rental • 2 Guests • 1 Bedroom
(15 reviews)
Curlew cottage is a charming 18th century one (double) bedroom traditional Manx stone cottage which retains some original features a stone fireplace and open beam ceilings in lounge and bedroom, yet updated to provide cosy, comfortable, relaxing self catering accommodation ideally suitable for a couple or solo traveller. Perfect for the business or leisure visitor.The cottage is situated in a quiet cobbled street part of a conservation area in the heart of historical Castletown, with the magnificent medieval Castle Rushen once home to the Kings and Lords of Mann as well as the three other M...
from €409 / night
Holiday Rental for 4 People in Port Erin, Isle Of Man
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Port Erin, Isle Of Man
Holiday Rental • 4 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
(25 reviews)
Surfside is a delightful coastal cottage with spectacular views. Central position within Port Erin gives immediate access to amenities, restaurants and bars. The conservatory and enclosed outdoor area provides seclusion. Ideal location for walking and enjoying the scenery. We are open all year with convenient parking, central heating and a log burning fire. The property comes prepared with all you need for the log burner to ensure a cozy and comfortable stay. Linen & towels are provided, washing & ironing facilities are available as is use of the small outdoor space. Range of DVDs, ...
from €409 / night

Prices and availability

Current Holiday letting prices Isle of Man

€253for 25 May - 1 Jun
€221 annual average
Average price per week

Current holiday letting availability Isle of Man

4%for 25 May - 1 Jun
54% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Holiday homes and rentals on the Isle of Man

Gorgeous accommodations scattered throughout the island

Searching for the perfect spot to spend a relaxing holiday surrounded by nature? Check the incredible homes and rentals on the Isle of Man and find exactly what you’re looking for. With wonderful properties available in all the area, you can have a comfortable break on the beach, a calm evening by the lake or a joyful getaway in the woods. No matter if you want to experience the beautiful landscapes that the mounts of the island offer or enjoy the soothing waters of the coasts, the stunning Isle of Man is the ideal destination to have a natural retirement. Visit the area and feel in tune with the earth.

Incredible houses for any type of visitor

If you're planning a romantic getaway with your partner, an exciting trip with your dearest friends or a relaxing holiday with your family, check the wonderful homes and rentals dispersed through the Isle of Man and prepare to enjoy an amazing experience with your loved ones. With spacious gardens, lovely balconies and soothing hot tubs, your holidays on the island will be perfect. Travel to this paradise destination and make memories that you'll treasure forever.

Holidays on the Isle of Man

The area and getting around

A magnificent island with a variety of beaches that suit every taste

Certainly, the Isle of Man presents a wide range of coasts that visitors from all over the world can enjoy during their visit. Offering popular sandy beaches or hidden pebbled shores, this wonderful destination has an incredible attraction for everyone. If you fancy sandy beaches the most, head to the Shore Road on the town of Peel and you'll find a wonderful coast that shares the name of its location. Have an amazing afternoon diving on the crystal clear waters of the island, relax while bathing in your sun mattress or enjoy a peaceful stroll on the sand while you take your dog for a walk. Closer to the southwest region of the isle, tourists can enjoy Port Erin Beach as an alternative. With a harbour, various shops and even friendly seals scattered through the seafront, this wonderful shore surely deserves a quick visit. On the other hand, if you prefer more secluded and private coasts, Fleshwick Bay and Sheale Beach are the ideal options to choose. These small pebbled shores are perfect to enjoy a peaceful walk with your dog, a calm evening watching the extraordinary sceneries or a thrilling afternoon sighting the marine life of the island. Come to the Isle of Man and prepare to spend a marvellous experience in nature.

Ruins and fortresses that held immense historic value to the island

Having wonderful landmarks around every corner, Isle of Man is home to astonishing attractions that add a tremendous amount of cultural value to the heritage of this location. Being amongst the best representatives of medieval castles in Europe, the fortified structure of Rushen, situated on the capital of Castletown, is a popular spot for many visitors. Presenting reconstructions and additions from over 6 centuries, this stunning castle offers a perfect portrayal of the life of many islanders in past times. Explore all the areas available and enjoy the incredible history and astounding views that the Castle Rushen has to proffer. Located on the west coast of the Isle of Man, the ruins of the fortified structure of Peel are another breathtaking landmark you cannot miss. Built in the 11th century by the Vikings and restored by British's monarchs in the 19th century, this magnificent castle exhibits great examples of the lengthy and progressive architectural development of the island. Travel to the exciting Isle of Man and discover the many wonders of this location.

Travellers and activities

Isle of Man for couples

In addition to the beautiful beaches of the island, Mann also offers a variety of exciting activities for couples from all over the world. If you prefer action-packed recreations, head to the Shoulder Road south of the Barrule Plantation and prepare for an amazing adventure. At Ape Mann Park you can enjoy a thrilling yet safe experience in nature while exploring the treetop courses, riding the quad bikes or practising your aim on the archery fields. Make joyful memories with your partner while partaking in the most breathtaking recreation. On the other hand, if you fancy peaceful activities the most, the Peel Golf Club is the perfect choice for a romantic date. With practice facilities fully equipped, friendly specialized personnel and 18-hole courses with easy walking access, this extraordinary venue offers a fun time for beginners and experts. Finish your evening at the Bar and Restaurant of the area, where delicious meals and exquisite wines can be enjoyed in a soothing and calm environment. Spend a romantic weekend in the Isle of Man and share beautiful memories with your special one.

Isle of Man for museum lovers

Presenting more than a dozen museums on their area, the Isle of Man is an amazing treat for those visitors who fancy exploring buildings that conserve and expose artistic and historical displays. Starting on the eastern coast of the island, the Great Laxey Wheel and Mine's Railway are popular attractions you can't miss during your stay. Visit the compressor house, climb to the top of the wheel, enjoy a ride on the tram rail and enter the old mine while learning about how this industrial complex played a key role on the island's economy. The Manx Museum, located on Kingswood Grove, is another wonderful building dedicated to the preservation of artefacts and treasures that hold an immense cultural value to the isle. Explore the art galleries, enjoy the informative films and interact with the various displays while discovering the Viking and Celtic heritage of the island. Other interesting alternatives scattered through the area are the Nautical, Jurby Transport and Leece Museums which have impressive displays of motorcycles, buses, boat models and other vehicles that were used on the island. No matter what's your preference, the Isle of Man has an astonishing attraction for everyone. Choose this lovely land as your holiday destination and enjoy a cultural and historical stay.

The Isle of Man has various breeds of animals that have unique and particular features. Manx cats, a caste originated on the island, are best known for their taillessness while Manx Loaghtan, a rare type of sheep, are recognized for growing up to four or six horns.

Top 5 travel tips on the Isle of Man

1.Get to know the island in a different way

Presenting a unique method of lenses and mirrors, the building of the Great Union Camera Obscura, found on Fort Anne Road, is a structure that reflects images of the surrounding areas onto a circular white table allowing tourist and locals to admire the diverse landscapes of the region of Douglas Head in just one place. Visit the fantastic Isle of Man and rejoice in the 360-degree views of the island.

2.Enjoy the incredible events hosted every year

Spring and summer are the ideal seasons to visit the incredible Isle of Man thanks to the various exciting events hosted in the area. Throughout the month of April, activities related to the Easter festivities are presented for locals and tourists to enjoy. If you like to stay active join one of the Road Races organized on the Easter weekend of every year or, on the other hand, if you prefer more lively experiences buy a ticket to the Beer and Cider Festival and delight your palate with tangy flavours. In the summer Motorcycle, Tractors and Classic car sprints are presented in the entire island. Gaining major popularity, these races are one of the main tourist attractions of Isle of Man. So remember, while enjoying your stay on the island, check all the great events available on the area and choose the one that suits you the most.

3.Travel through the island using the various methods of transportation

With guided walks, cycle rentals, boat trips and even steam train tours, the Isle of Man is fully equipped with mediums of transport that locals and tourist can enjoy no matter the age. Pedal the wonderful lands of the island and stay active during your holiday, hop on a boat and get to know the beautiful coastlines and wildlife of the area or just take a relaxing trip on a steam train and enjoy the magnificent views of nature. Come to the Isle of Man and have fun exploring the area in many different ways.

4.Complete your holiday savouring the exquisite cuisine of Isle of Man

In addition to the recreational events mentioned beforehand, the incredible Isle of Man also offers great food and drink experiences to locals and tourists from all over the world. The Isle of Man Food and Drink Festival is the perfect event to taste and delight in the variety of local products of the island. Watch producers craft creamy cheeses, sweet confectioneries and fresh seafood or sample exquisite local meats, ales and ciders. No matter what's your preference, the food and drink experience of the Isle of Man will suit every taste. Come to the island and feast like a king.

5.Purchase gifts and souvenirs in the best shopping streets of the area

Having Grenaby Studios, the Laxey Woollen Mills, the Peel's Shops and Antique Trail as well as the Douglas, Port Erin and Ramsey High Streets, the Isle of Man house a myriad of stores, boutiques and galleries where tourist can find the perfect gifts and souvenirs. Explore the various shops in the area and purchase art pieces, clothes and collectables that suits you the best.

FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Isle of Man

On average, how much do holiday homes on the Isle of Man cost?

As indicated by its annual average price of €137.93, the Isle of Man is not a region that stands out as being the most expensive or the cheapest in the United Kingdom.

When can you get the best deals on holiday homes on the Isle of Man?

Those who want to be budget-friendly should travel to the Isle of Man in March, February, and January the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of €113.4, €118.58, and €120.1 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.

When does the price of holiday rentals on the Isle of Man go up the most?

When it comes to looking for a holiday rental on the Isle of Man, the most expensive months are, in descending order, June, July and October with average prices per night of €183.74, €163.42, and €161.37, respectively.

Are there usually many holiday rentals available on the Isle of Man?

If you decide to discover the Isle of Man, we suggest planning your holiday long before you go because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 62% in the year 2020.

What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?

February, January, and April are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 56.8%, 56% and 55.75%.

When are there fewer rental options available on the Isle of Man?

The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 18.2% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by December (19%), and November (25%).

How many holiday rentals does Holidu have on the Isle of Man?

We have 180 properties for you on the Isle of Man, provided by our 6 local and international partners.

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