Visit Port Erin and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Port Erin, Isle of Man. The crystal-clear water is ideal for scuba diving, and there are boat trips to the bird sanctuary on the Calf of Man, where many species of seabirds can he seen. The sanctuary is closed to visitors during the breeding season.
Port St Mary, 1 mile away across the narrow peninsula, is an equally charming resort with two bays. Old farming and fishing implements can be seen in the whitewashed thatched crofts of the Cregneash Open Air Folk Museum, and there is an aquarium at the Marine Biological Station.
Nearby villages: Andreas, Ballabeg, Ballasalla, Ballaugh, Barregarrow, Braaid, Bride, Colby, Cregneash, Crosby, Dalby, Derbyhaven, Foxdale, Glen Maye, Glen Vine, Laxey, Newtown, Niarbyl, Onchan, Port Soderick, Port St Mary, Ronague, St John's, Strang, Sulby, Union Mills
Nearby Towns: Castletown, Douglas, Peel, Ramsey
Have you decided to visit Port Erin or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Port Erin bed and breakfast (a Port Erin B&B or Port Erin b and b)
- a Port Erin guesthouse
- a Port Erin hotel (or motel)
- a Port Erin self-catering establishment, or
- other Port Erin accommodation