Kione Turrys
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'Kione Turrys' self-catering holiday cottage is ideally situated right in the heart of Peel on the west coast of the Isle of Man. Peel is a traditional Manx fishing town, the home of the famous Manx 'Kipper'. The ancient castle on St Patrick's Isle adjoins Peel Hill by a causeway and Fenella Beach.

Map showing location of Kione Turrys on the Isle of ManFor those feeling energetic,
a coastal footpath goes right round the Isle of Man and can be joined on Peel Hill. This is a must for walkers, bird watchers or anyone who appreciates wonderful views of the sea and countryside.

Alternatively, view Peel from the hill
and just take your time to savour the peace and tranquility of a small, friendly, fishing port.

Kione Turrys is a modern, convenient, 'home from home'. With many extras to make your self-catering holiday more enjoyable and convenient.

The cottage has gas central heating, quality towels and linen are provided.

Being in the heart of Peel, it is only minutes away from the busy marina, harbour, fabulous beach, and not forgetting the wonderful Peel Castle and sunsets.

Car parking is in the free, public car park right in front of the holiday cottage.

The popular golf club is only 2 minutes away in the car. For fishing enthusiasts there are river, reservoir and sea fishing available.

Boat trips leave Peel daily for sight-seeing and fishing trips. This is why many people choose to stay in Peel - lots to see and do.

Pets may be allowed on the ground floor only, by prior arrangement.

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Kione Turrys, holiday cottage, Peel
at a glance:

• Sleeps 4 people
• A clean and convenient, modern cottage
• In the heart of picturesque Peel
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• Complimentary hamper included
• Midweek bookings taken
• IoM Tourism grading 4 star
• Free parking opposite cottage
• Free Wifi
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