Holiday rentals in Isle of Man

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Loft in Douglas
Luxurious 2 bedroom loft in town centre location
Loft 11 is a unique, luxurious loft apartment designed to create an outstanding 'next level' guest experience; an unrivalled 'home away from home' space. Architecturally designed and tastefully decorated in a high-end contemporary yet vintage style, Loft 11 is very spacious with an open-plan living/dining/kitchen/entertaining area + two comfortable bedrooms, a mezzanine cinema room and private bar; also featuring a juliette balcony that looks directly over the pedestrianised street below.
13–20 DecIndividual Host,
£210 per night
4.97 out of 5 average rating, 38 reviews
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Home in Ramsey
Your perfect home for a family summer holiday.
TT bookings are only available for 8 or more guests for a minimum of 10 days. 2023 please be advised there is some building works underway, please see photos. A lovely, spacious Victorian house, with modern facilities in a quiet suburb, but close to all local amenities walking distance to the TT course , swimming pool, Mooragh Park. Secure off road parking. Ideal for families or groups walking and cycling holidays. Spread out, kick off your shoes and relax. Unlimited broadband.
22–29 SeptIndividual Host,
£154 per night
4.94 out of 5 average rating, 108 reviews
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Flat in Laxey
Laxey Beach Apartment
Beautifully appointed Beachside apartment with uninterrupted views of Laxey Harbour, Laxey Bay & the Irish Sea from the open plan lounge and kitchen. Bedroom has a superking bed which converts to 2 singles. Luxury bathroom with freestanding bath (with sea view) huge separate shower. Open plan lounge & kitchen with floor to ceiling window overlooking the beach & harbour. Willow & Hall double sofa bed with luxury mattress available if required. free Wifi.
5–12 AugProfessional Host,
£148 per night
4.98 out of 5 average rating, 218 reviews

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Other great holiday rentals in Isle of Man

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Apartment in Douglas
Private central flat, cosy, stylish. Own parking.
14–21 NovIndividual Host,
£100 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 95 reviews
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Cottage in Santon
The Mill House Stables
7–14 FebProfessional Host,
£118 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 93 reviews
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Guest suite in Douglas
Self-contained studio annex on Douglas riverside
19–26 NovIndividual Host,
£97 per night
4.94 out of 5 average rating, 62 reviews
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Flat in Douglas
Kent Apartments No 1 - Tourism Registered
16–23 JanIndividual Host,
£165 per night
4.9 out of 5 average rating, 41 reviews
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Dome in IM
Orchard Cottage at Ballawyllin Farm
5–12 NovIndividual Host,
£118 per night
4.97 out of 5 average rating, 30 reviews
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Flat in Douglas
Modern 2 bed furnished apartment (Wi-fi + Netflix)
1–8 AprIndividual Host,
£107 per night
4.9 out of 5 average rating, 50 reviews
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Guest suite in Port Erin
Ballabrae 4* Self-Catering Accommodation
20–27 FebProfessional Host,
£86 per night
4.95 out of 5 average rating, 60 reviews
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Bungalow in IM
White Gables Cottage
25 Dec – 1 JanIndividual Host,
£79 per night
4.97 out of 5 average rating, 66 reviews
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Flat in Douglas
Douglas Promenade 2 Bed Apartment ~ Full SeaView
1–8 SeptIndividual Host,
£172 per night
4.95 out of 5 average rating, 40 reviews
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Lighthouse in Douglas
Foghorn cottage with stunning views.
7–14 DecProfessional Host,
£217 per night
4.83 out of 5 average rating, 82 reviews
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Cottage in Peel
Corner Cottage. Peel Isle of Man
22–29 NovIndividual Host,
£115 per night
4.92 out of 5 average rating, 52 reviews
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Flat in Isle of Man
Charming self contained apartment, ideal location
25 Jan – 1 FebIndividual Host,
£116 per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 25 reviews

Your guide to Isle of Man

Welcome to Isle of Man

Rolling hills, pebble beaches, and a history that dates back to before the Vikings: this extraordinary island in the Irish Sea can seem like the British Isles in miniature — though it’s much more than that. Located between the coasts of Northern Ireland and northwest England, the proudly autonomous Isle of Man is just 32 miles long and 14 miles wide and has a land and culture all its own, down to its native Manx language and what is claimed to be the world’s oldest parliament. From woodland glens to the sand dunes of the Ayres, the moorland-covered peak of Snaefell to the rocky islets off its southern coast, the Isle of Man’s variety of natural habitats make it a haven for wildlife, including puffins, dolphins, and the rare, tailless Manx cat. The villages and towns here offer a glimpse into an older way of life, from the thatched crofts of Cregneash to the Victorian terraces of Douglas.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Isle of Man

Spring and summer are particularly enjoyable times to visit the island, whereas autumn and winter can get rainy and chilly. At the end of May the famous TT Races turn the whole island into a hair-raising racing circuit, attracting some of the most celebrated motorcyclists in the world. The festive atmosphere is palpable, although you can also get a taste of it during the island’s other major events, be it in the beer and cider festival in spring or the film, literature, and food and drink festivals in autumn. Summer is the time for agricultural shows, which are major events for the rural communities — and an excuse for the island to show off its surprisingly large collection of classic cars.


Top things to do in Isle of Man

Maughold

This small northeastern parish with a coastline of cliffs and coves is full of delights. There’s a 12th-century church whose graveyard is decorated with ancient Celtic and Viking crosses; Dhoon Glen, with its 40-metre-drop waterfall; and Ballaglass Glen, one of the prettiest woods on the island, plus the 4,000-year-old Neolithic burial tomb of Cashtal yn Ard down the road.

The town of Peel

Looking west across the Irish Sea, the seaside town of Peel enjoys beautiful sunsets backed by the atmospheric outline of an 11th-century Viking castle. The walls and towers of its red sandstone fortress remain intact and provide an ideal viewing spot. There’s also a sandy beach and a chance to try a traditional Manx kipper in the place where they’re smoked.

The Sound

At the island’s southernmost point, this narrow body of water separates the coast from the Calf of Man, a rocky islet that’s a protected breeding habitat for seabirds and other wildlife. You can book a boat trip across to the Calf, or just take it in from the shore; nearby footpaths and coastal walks will also lead you to the charming village of Cregneash, or the dramatic limestone crevasses of the Chasms.

Destinations to explore