Ballacallin, being on the west of the Isle of Man, is away from populated areas and closer to wildlife! From here you can experience some of the best spots for wildlife watching on the Isle of Man. Due to its dynamic and ever-changing landscape, you’ll be sure to spot a diverse array of wildlife [Read more...]
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If you're looking for walking holidays, the Isle of Man is a great place to visit Rugged cliffs, rolling hills, picturesque glens, hidden coves and panoramic views. These are just a few of the reasons why the Isle of Man is a walker's delight. Whether you enjoy a gentle stroll or a challenging hike, [Read more...]
The Island is a melting pot of character and taste. With over 100 events taking place on our shores every year, you are never short of adventure. Check the latest list of events here.
Visit Isle of Man recently promoted 10 best places to visit on the Island, and no less than four of them are with a few minutes drive from Ballacallin! They also sourced some fantastic photographs... Cronk Ny Arrey Laa - 13 minute drive from Ballacallin Court Photograph credit: Paul Marriot Photography Featuring on the Port Erin [Read more...]
The beginning of hazy, long sunny days bring the Island to life. June to August is a hive of racing and cultural events, including our national day of Tynwald in July, which celebrates everything that makes our Island unique. This July also marks 40th anniversary Yn Chruinnaght or Celtic Gathering in its modern form - the Island’s top [Read more...]
Our three inter-linking apartments, each sleeping 6 people, with a quiet rural location and state of the art spa facilities, make Ballacallin Court the ideal venue for hosting your residential yoga or meditation retreat. We have a number of satisfied customers who have done just that. Contact us to discuss the options!
Our website manager, Chris Littler, has just completed a new project that compares all the shops in our nearest town, Peel, like for like with ten years ago. It's of interest for a spot of reminiscing if you're a regular visitor to the Island, but it's also a showcase for some of the new businesses [Read more...]
As with everywhere, the rules for visiting the Island are subject to change. Please be sure to check the latest guidance before booking and travelling.
The Island's borders are now open to most people, and we look forward to seeing you here soon. But please check the latest guidance on Visit Isle of Man on any remaining restrictions on visitors. Here are the cuurent rules: "We are delighted to welcome back visitors, with no testing or isolation on arrival, [Read more...]
Most people visit the Island by plane or ferry. The Isle of Man has great air links with many major airports situated in the UK, Channel Islands, Ireland and further afield, making travelling by air quick and convenient. If you travel to the Isle of Man by sea, you’ll have the option of coming [Read more...]