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1 Glen Roy Cottages offers a charming holiday home at the heart of Old Laxey in the Isle of Man. The cottage is within the picturesque conservation area of Old Laxey fishing village. It lies less than a 100 metres from Old Laxey Bridge over the Laxey salmon river by the inner harbour and 150 metres from the breakwater and beach and is close to Laxey’s famous Heritage Trail (Location details).

The modern Manx cottage has been built to blend in with the traditional architecture of the small fishing village. Inside, the light and airy layout provides every comfort to accommodate four persons. The cottage has been newly furnished and equipped to the highest standards with two downstairs sitting rooms and two double bedrooms upstairs.

Outside there is a private enclosed courtyard for relaxing in the sun and al fresco meals. Glen Roy cottage also has its own lockable garage and private parking space in the communal courtyard. This offers safe secure storage for cars, motorbikes, mountain bikes and other sports equipment.

Free broadband available (subject to reasonable use).

The cottage provides a well designed efficient holiday environment from which to explore all that Laxey and the Isle of Man have to offer.

The Isle of Man has exceptional and varied landscapes of coast, forest, mountain and wild moor offering a wide range of activities - fishing, walking, shark and whale watching, canoeing, diving, visiting archaeology and heritage sites and museums, following nature and conservation trails. Information folders are provided in the cottage covering all these and other activities which visitors can enjoy.

Motorsport is a world famous Isle of Man attraction, but other sports such as mountain biking, golf, tennis, swimming, sailing and bowls are all within a short drive from Laxey or using the public transport services of the electric railway or bus.

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