Eary Cushlin is a detached farmhouse in a secluded rural setting on the west coast of the Isle of Man. Built in the 1800s, the property has been refurbished to modern day standards offering comfortable and practical holiday accommodation ideal for family, friends and small groups looking for a unique rural escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
In an unspoiled area of moorland, with unrivalled views of the Isle of Man’s stunning western coastline, the area surrounding Eary Cushlin is renowned for its dramatic scenery, with heather clad slopes leading down to the sea.
The farmhouse has been refurbished to a high standard and benefits from a spacious living room, separate dining room, large kitchen with breakfast bar, a useful boot room, a downstairs shower room and upstairs bathroom and four bedrooms sleeping up to 9 people. For guests unable to use the stairs, an additional king size sofa bed is available in the lounge.
The property is ideal for walking, mountain biking and enjoying the peace and tranquillity of the remote countryside setting. The road to the house forms part of an old packhorse track, which is exclusively accessible to vehicles visiting Eary Cushlin.