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Ballafreer Farm is, and will always be, our first port of call when we are looking for accommodation on the Isle of Man. Beautiful little cottages that are well-maintained, spacious and with all the amenities a family might need.
We stayed in Oak Cottage this...More
I use this location regularly throughout the year for accommodation whilst I am conducting business on island.
The properties are well appointed and have all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay.
The owners are very accommodating and always help when necessary.
We stayed in Ash Cottage, family of 2 adults 3 children. Cottage is very clean with everything you will need, including back garden! Owners are very friendly, and will ensure you have a pleasent stay. Thumbs up all round,!
We had a 3 night stay in Pine Cottage and very pleased with everything about the style, comfort, warmth, facilities and decor. There are 2 rooms and an ensuite bathroom including a wet room style shower. One room as a bedroom and the other a...More
We arrived on the island following a rough crossing and our original accommodation was in such a poor state we had nowhere to stay. A quick ring round and we found this gem. The owners were so helpful, getting the cottage ready very quickly. When...More
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Yes, they have wi-fi using the wireless Extender method. The main router is in the owner's house and the signal is cascaded to the cottages that run initially next to the house and then at right angles towards the approach... More
Yes, they have wi-fi using the wireless Extender method. The main router is in the owner's house and the signal is cascaded to the cottages that run initially next to the house and then at right angles towards the approach lane. Pine Cottage is the last of 3 (I recall) on the right angle and is dependent on an extender in the adjacent cottage and as I understand it there is an extender in each cottage being "fed" from the adjacent one towards the house. We did have a problem getting a signal initially but it was found that the adjacent cottage extender was switched off. Andy sorted this out and we had a service from the next morning after arrival. I don't recall how strong the signal was but it was adequate for emails and web browsing.
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