Knockaloe Beg is within easy walking distance of Peel, an ancient fishing town with a large natural sandy beach. Choose to walk along the old railway line, recently upgraded with a better surface for biking and walking, or a more strenuous route over Corrin's Hill, or around the back of the hill for an incredibly tranquil experience. The latter will reward you with amazing panoramic views of Peel as you arrive, and indeed of much of the west coast to the north and south, and across the central valley towards Douglas. On arriving in Peel you might like a bite to eat and there is plenty of choice of restaurants, cafes, beach kiosks, and ice cream parlours (Peel even has its own ice cream factory). Peel perhaps has the largest number of museums of any town on the Island, with no less than five to choose from. Some of these are free to enter, and others are accessible with your UK cards such as National Trust or English Heritage. Or purchase a Go Explore card that will give you free transport and heritage site admission all around the Island for 5 days. Peel has the Island’s only arts [...]
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Over recent years, as our business has grown, so has the size of the team of people we need to help make your holiday or visit as enjoyable as possible. We're proud to employ many people from our local community, some seasonally, and some all year round. Have a look at this new page on our website to see who works here: Meet the Team
We are excited to be accepted as a Partner with the Isle of Man UNESCO Biosphere, and proud to be the winner of their first ever award for Education and Public Awareness in 2018. Biosphere said: “Qualified teachers John and Fiona Anderson put education at their heart of their 200-acre operation and host ‘open farm’ days, school visits and birthday parties, passing on their passion for the environment, agriculture and community and how they work together in our Biosphere.” We have such a wonderful Island to live and work on and to share with our visitors, so it is a privilege to partner with them. The vision is exciting, especially linking the environment with culture and community. Do visit the website www.biosphere.im to find out more, or any of their social media sites.