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FARMSTAY COTTAGES A hidden home from home


We offer three contemporary 4* self catering farmstay cottages, set in the extensive grounds and gardens of a quiet (and clean!) working farm in the heart of Andreas on the beautiful Isle of Man. Harvest Cottage and Lavendar Cottage both sleep four whilst our Sunset View Cottage sleeps five and is a single story with NAS M1 rating/Gold Award. Some of the features of our cottages include open plan living spaces, modern interiors, fully equipped kitchens, undercover parking and free wifi. COVID 19: From 31 March 2022, planning your Isle of Man holiday just got so much simpler. Regardless of your vaccination status, unless you have travelled from a red list country, all travellers are welcome to the Isle of Man with no restrictions or controls on arrival. In the event of any future travel restrictions being imposed by UK and/or IOM Governments which prevent travel to the IOM, all monies paid will be refunded. We have Safe, Clean & Legal Covid 19 accreditation, involving enhanced cleaning measures to provide Guests with the highest possible levels of cleanliness. Book online, ring Sara on 488313 or email ballacamaishfarmcottages@manx.net TT 2023: Harvest & Sunset View Cottages are now available to book online. Min stay 10 nights. SHORT BREAKS AND STAYCATION Options: SHORT BREAKS of 3 to 4 nights available all year round (excluding TT & Christmas) + flexibility as to which day you arrive. Experience a real ‘home from home’ feeling in these 3 delightful 4* self catering farmstay cottages. Sorry, generally no children under 5 years accepted. Assistance dog accepted in Sunset View only. Follow Ballacamaish on FACEBOOK for special offers and late availability.


Explore our three 4* farmstay cottages and decide which one will provide you with that ‘home away from home’ feeling.

2 bedroom, 4 sleeper cottage
2022-23 Rates: £100-£130

2 bedroom, 4 sleeper cottage
2022-23 Rates: £100-£130

Single storey 3 bedroom cottage
2022-23 Rates: £150-£180

We have done a lot of work over the years since we arrived in 1976, to improve the farm. Also, with the assistance of the Woodland Trust many trees have been planted to extend the areas of woods. Guests are free to stroll through these areas and enjoy the habitat.

The extensive gardens have also been improved and incorporate a large pond – a haven for all sorts of wildlife now, but completely silted up when we first moved here.  In addition we have about 130 acres of land so, provided we can plan ahead a little, we can arrange for guests to have a tour of the farm and walk in some of the grass fields with no stock in them.

Our mission is to provide our guests with immaculate self catering accommodation in this lovely farmstay setting and continue to ‘look after’ them so that they can share the enjoyment of living in such a peaceful and beautiful corner of the Island. We want you to really enjoy your holiday and are happy to go the extra mile to ensure that you do.


The Isle of Man positioned in the Irish Sea is known for its natural beauty, diverse culture, deeply rooted heritage and numerous outdoor activities. There are plenty of interesting things to do and see, especially in the North, within easy reach of our self catering farmstay cottages at Ballacamaish if you want to tour by car, walk or cycle. Visitor Maps and other tourist information is provided in each cottage. This video will give you some insight into our world.

Having just returned from a short break there is just one word to describe Ballacamaish Farm Cottages "Fantastic".
Neville from Guildford
Just returned from a fantastic break in Sunset View Cottage, everything is perfect and the owner, Sara, couldn't do enough for us.
Annie from Lincolnshire
Our holiday in Harvest Cottage on Ballacamaish Farm was just perfect in every way - beautifully furnished and well equipped.
Kaz from Wedmore


The Isle of Man offers visitors a wide variety of activities to enjoy whether it be sport, dining or sight seeing there is something for everyone.

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Manx Food Specialities

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