Since 'Whistle Hollow' opened in 2000 many visitors have taken their holidays here, and quite a few return each year. The cottage is well appointed and beautifully situated in the pretty village of Baldrine. Baldrine is on the East coast of the Isle of Man between the main town of Douglas and the village of Laxey, famous for the Lady Isabella Waterwheel, the largest in the world, and the unique Snaefell Mountain Railway. It is on the Coastal Footpath and close to the unspoilt Garwick Beach.

'Whistle Hollow' has a Four-Star tourist rating. People come for many reasons: for the scenery or the motorsport, for the history, the walking or the vintage railways. New visitors comment on the diversity of the scenery and the many holiday activities of the Isle of Man, more than they can fit in during one vacation.

'Whistle Hollow' is a traditional Manx cottage of the late 1700's. The people who built it would have spoken Manx Gaelic, and may not have had any English. The cottage was sympathetically restored and fully equipped for holiday visitors in 1999. It combines old-world charm with up-to-date amenities. It is fully equipped for family holidays, and there is a comprehensive selection of guides, dvd's, etc. describing the Isle of Man's rich heritage.

The cottage sleeps 2 - 3 people. There is a Living Room with an open fire, a large Bedroom, a Kitchen, a Bathroom with shower and bath and a Lobby. Facilities include Central Heating, Ironing Facilities and Laundry, plus Radio, Television and Video. Children are welcome and a cot and high chair are available. Bed linen and towels are provided..
'Whistle Hollow'
A peaceful seaside hideaway only 5 miles
from the attractions of Douglas
Front view of Whistle Hollow holiday cottage
The charming living area in the holiday cottage
The comfortable bedroom in the holiday cottage
The charming living area
And comfortable bedroom
'Whistle Hollow' is on one level and easily accessed from Packhorse Lane. There is off-road parking for two cars and a secure Garage. The secluded cottage garden has a pond and a stream which runs down the Glen to Garwick Beach, about 10 minutes walk through the village.

Prices start from 300 per unit per week; mid-week bookings are accepted off-season.

Public transport on the Isle of Man is excellent, with a choice of regular buses, vintage trams and steam trains. The nearest shops are in Laxey and Onchan, about 2-3 miles away. Douglas offers all the major shops, supermarkets, cinemas, the magnificent Gaiety Theatre and the Manx Museum

Please direct all enquiries to:
Tony Pass
Packhorse Lane,
Isle of Man
tel. 01624-861377 

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Four star rating
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A traditional Manx Electric Railway tram on the Isle of Man
A traditional Manx Electric Railway tram
(c) Jim Linwood
Garwick beach on the Isle of Man
Garwick beach
The Isle of Man symbol