Visiting Port Erin
Cherry Tree House and Peach Tree Cottage are located in Port Erin and Port St Mary in the Southern part of the Isle of Man. Port Erin offers a variety of historical attractions, beautiful beaches, breathtaking walking trails.
No trip to the Isle of Man is complete without a visit to the Beautiful South!
You’ll find Port Erin a great place to start if you’re looking to explore the fantastic walking trails in the south of the Island – try weaving your way around the coastline to The Sound in Port St Mary. You’ll be greeted with stunning views out to sea as well as the opportunity to spot the seals which bask on the small rocky islet near to the Calf of Man.
Popular with visitors since the Victorian era, Port Erin sits within a beautiful secluded bay which offers a magnificent sweep of sheltered sandy beach – enjoyed by water sports enthusiasts and families. Boat trips to the Calf of Man’s nature reserve and bird observatory also leave from here.
The town is also home to the most southern point on the Steam Railway line and has retained its original station as well as a comprehensive railway museum which showcases vintage transport memorabilia.
Port Erin is packed with shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs.