Grenaby Estates

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Grenaby Estates, Grenaby, Isle of Man, IM9 3BD

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Location

The Isle of Man is located in the Irish Sea between the north west of England and Ireland. The Island has direct air links with many regional airports across the United Kingdom and Ireland, including Gatwick, London City, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Dublin and Belfast. Flying is quick and convenient, and with most flights taking from between 30 minutes and an hour, you’ll have more time to enjoy your visit.

If you prefer to travel by sea, fast craft and conventional ferry services operate from Liverpool, Heysham, Belfast and Dublin. Journeying by sea is a great option if you prefer to drive, for families, or if you want to bring your own sports equipment with you. With a choice of nine golf courses to play you might want to bring along your clubs, or, if you’re a water sports fan or a diver you can pack a wetsuit and mask.

Grenaby Estates is located in the south of the Island near to the Isle of Man’s former capital of Castletown. We’re just a five minute drive from the airport and a 20 minute drive from the Ferry.

The Island enjoys stunning scenery, whatever the time of year. It’s easy to get around with plenty of options for days out exploring, walking, cycling, golfing, or visiting one of several award winning museums and heritage sites.

During summer there are steam trains and electric trams and even horse-drawn trams to add to your Manx experience. And of course the Island is well known for its connection with motor sports including the famous TT motorcycle races which take place in late May/early June each year.

The Manx Museum in Douglas is a great place to start with the Story of Man, the House of Manannan in Peel explores our Celtic and Viking heritage and the National Folk Museum at Cregneash, with its thatched cottages and farm, explores the agricultural lifestyle of more recent years. Just ten minutes from Grenaby, Cregneash Village and the Calf of Man enjoy some of the most breathtaking scenery on the Island. And there is so much more….

Grenaby From Ronaldsway Airport

Exit the Airport and turn left towards Castletown (there are two airport roundabouts – whichever way you exit – follow the Castletown signs). You will pass a garage on your right and at the next roundabout bear right then straight over (second exit) the roundabout. Follow the road until you come to a cross roads and set of traffic lights. Take the turning on the right. Follow the road until you come to another cross roads. Cross straight over and after half a mile you will see a sign on the left hand side which says “Grenaby”. Take the turning on the left. Follow the road along for over half a mile and you will come to a stone walled entrance and drive way which has the sign “Grenaby Mooar”, along with a Tourist Board Gold 5 Star self-catering sign on it. Follow the drive way and there is parking on the left.

Grenaby From Douglas Ferry Port

From the Sea Terminal exit, turn left. You will quickly come to a roundabout where you turn left then go straight over the next roundabout to cross over the swing bridge. At the end of the bridge turn right at the roundabout which takes you along the south quay. At the end of the quay you will reach another roundabout. Go straight on and eventually you will travel up a steep hill passing a school on the right hand side. At the top of this hill there is a roundabout where you turn left towards Castletown. Keep traveling on this road towards Santon. Look out for our famous Fairy Bridge, remembering to say ‘hello’ to the fairies as you do! Continue driving through Santon and on to Ballasalla where you will come to a roundabout, the Whitestone Inn will be ahead of you. Take a right here and almost immediately you will come to another roundabout opposite the Post Office. Keep left here and continue past the entrance to Rushen Abbey on your right, go up the hill and continue until you come to a four way crossroads. Take a right here, travelling along until you see green railings on your left and a small Grenaby sign post. Turn left here and Grenaby Estates, which houses The Granary, The Hayloft and The Stalls can be found just under one mile up this road. The entrance is on the left and our five star and gold accolade plaques are displayed at the driveway entry.

Sheerghlaas From Ronaldsway Airport

Exit the Airport and turn left towards Castletown (there are two airport roundabouts – whichever way you exit – follow the Castletown signs). You will pass a garage on your right and at the next roundabout bear right then straight over (second exit) the next roundabout. Straight on at the traffic lights and continue along this road and in a coupe of minutes a marvelous view of the sea and Gansey bay will unfold before you. As you descend the hill towards the sea prepare for a left turn at the bottom of the hill beside a small parking area (perfect for enjoying the view). With the sea on your right you will continue along this road for about quarter of a mile and will find Sheerghlass on your left hand side.

Sheerghlaas From Douglas Ferry Port

From the Sea Terminal exit, turn left. You will quickly come to a roundabout where you turn left then go straight over the next roundabout to cross over the swing bridge. At the end of the bridge turn right at the roundabout which takes you along the south quay. At the end of the quay you will reach another roundabout. Go straight on and eventually you will travel up a steep hill passing a school on the right hand side. At the top of this hill there is a roundabout where you turn left towards Castletown. Keep traveling on this road towards Santon. Look out for our famous Fairy Bridge, remembering to say ‘hello’ to the fairies as you do! Continue driving through Santon and on to Ballasalla where you will come to a roundabout, the Whitestone Inn will be ahead of you. Continue driving through Santon and on to Ballasalla where you will come to a roundabout where the Whitestone Inn will be ahead of you. Turn left here (following the Castletown and airport signs). You will pass the Airport on your left. Continue past the airport going straight over the two Airport roundabouts. At the next roundabout bear right (passing a petrol station on your right) then straight over the next roundabout (passing another petrol station on your left). Straight on at the traffic lights continue along this road and a marvelous view of the sea and Gansey bay will unfold before you. As you descend the hill towards the sea prepare for a left turn at the bottom of the hill beside a popular parking area (perfect for enjoying the view). With the sea on your right you will continue along this road for about quarter of a mile /a few hundred metres and will find Sheerghlass on your left hand side.