Station Road,
Port Erin,
Isle of Man
IM9 6AF

The hotel is situated at the beginning of the promenade, overlooking the bay and small harbour outwards towards the Irish Sea, with a sandy beach suitable for young families within easy reach.

 

Port Erin is a very pretty village on the southern tip of the island and within easy reach of everything the Isle of Man has to offer. Unlike all the other Manx resorts, Port Erin promenade is built on the top of high cliffs overlooking the bay.

Perfect location

Right on the Port Erin sea front and a stones throw from the Victorian steam train service to Douglas.

Clive

United Kingdom

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Clive

United Kingdom

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Right on the Port Erin sea front and a stones throw from the Victorian steam train service to Douglas.

Unsurpassed

The location is unsurpassed anywhere.

Andy

United Kingdom

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Andy

United Kingdom

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The location is unsurpassed anywhere.

Better location… not possible!

Better location in Port Erin not possible! Incredible views over bay and shore!

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G.-G.

Germany

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Better location in Port Erin not possible! Incredible views over bay and shore!
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Accessible Location

Standing proudly on a gentle slope in the centre of the bay, Falcon’s Nest Hotel overlooks some of the original fishermen’s cottages that still line the beach.

 

The lower promenade and beach are 20m below the main part of the village and can be accessed by road and a variety of paths

Some paths are quite steep and/or have steps but it possible to see the majority of the places of interest from the Upper promenade without using the steps or steep slopes.

Our Private Car Park is across the road, facing the front of the hotel, and our Self Catering Apartments are on the far side of the car park.

Spectacular Views

Our views are ever changing. You can see over to Northern Ireland on a clear day and if you’re lucky you might spot dolphins or a basking shark.

 

Across the bay standing on Bradda Head, the iconic Milner’s Tower  silhouettes where the sun sets offering the visitor opportunities for a sunset photo souvenir. Around midsummer the sun sets right behind Bradda Head when viewed from the beach, making it a good occasion for taking photographs.

Port Erin village

Port Erin is a lovely relaxed seaside town with a picturesque beach and harbour.

 

Unspoilt and with plenty of character, it is still has the feeling of a family resort; great for swimming at the beach, eating ice cream on the lawns or a gentle walk along the glen and further on the cliff path to Bradda Head.

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Getting around

Being right at the end of the steam train line, Port Erin is ideally suited to exploring the beautiful Isle of Man by public transport.

 

The train station is minutes away from the hotel entrance and here you will find the main bus stop, too.

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Compare Port Erin 1860 and Present day. (Ref: FNloc01)

Being the first hotel in Port Erin, built on the site of the original inn, the first owners picked the prime spot in what was then a small fishing hamlet.
Other hotels have been and gone and the Falcon’s Nest still remains…