Endfield House

A place with a view

Great sea views

The view of Chapel Bay is stunning, the sitting room, master bedroom and a single bedroom all face the bay. There is even a picture window from the Breakfast room so you can still see the view.

You can see the weather coming and on the Isle of Man - it is constantly changing.

Plenty of space

Endfield House is arranged over 2 floors - ground floor and first floor. There are tall ceilings and big double-glazed windows. It has its own entrance up a flight of outside steps.

So lots of bright airy space to enjoy but still cosy when the wind is blowing a hoolie!


Everything you need

The apartment is well-equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Fluffy towels, cotton sheets and really comfy beds!

TVs downstairs with streaming channels and super-fast broadband.


Port St Mary

When you stay at Endfield House, there is lots to do and see nearby.

The village of Port St Mary with its historic harbour is a very easy walk, either from the lower Promenade using the raised walkway skirting the rocks and over the sea, joining the Harbourside, or via The Promenade into Bay View Road where there are shops, pubs and cafes.

The apartment

There's plenty of room in the apartment. 

The property is self-catering with 4 bedrooms, sleeping 7 in several combinations:

  • one super-king en-suite bedroom facing the sea
  • one king-size bedroom
  • one twin-bedded or super-king size bedroom facing the hills
  • plus a single bedroom or dressing room with a sea view.
  • There's also a sofa bed in the sitting room for any overspill!


A touch of history

Endfield House is a large Victorian house. It was originally constructed in 1888 as a guest house, built at a time when the Isle of Man was very popular with visitors coming across. 

It was the first house to be built of the Promenade terrace, being considered to have the best view of the bay.

In the hey-day of the Isle of Man as a holiday destination, travellers would cross on the Steam Packet from  Liverpool on the north-west coast of England. Thousands of visitors came for their annual summer holiday, and the island became their playground.

The house, in common with the whole Promenade was used for accommodating internees during World War 2 and after that it was used as a Naafi till 1946.

The locality

Just a few photos of the area...for inspiration.

Sitting room facing the sea
Dining room with view through
Master bedroom with sea view
Upstairs landing
Middle bedroom with king sized bed
Single bedroom with sea view
Sea view
Twin or super-king bedroom with hill view
Sitting room with sea view

The detail

4 bedrooms, 1 en-suite, 1 family bathroom, 160 m²

  • Sitting room approx 6 x 5 m facing the sea with exquisite panoramic views. There is a double sized sofa-bed as well as a 4 seater sofa. Small table and chairs in the bay window, for your tea or coffee with a view. TV with streaming channels.
  • Breakfast room 4.5 x 4 m with a round 'borrowed light' through to the sitting room. Large oak table and chairs, armchair and TV.
  • Large well-equipped character kitchen 5 x 3.5 m. Small fridge with ice box, dishwasher and cooker. 2 breakfast bar stools and bench for a quick snack.
  • Utility - with washing machine, tumble dryer and tall fridge (no freezer). Plus downstairs WC.
  • Master bedroom 6 x 4.5 m - super-king sized bed, which is higher than normal - height 75 cm to top of mattress - en-suite bathroom and wonderful sea views.
  • Sea-view facing dressing room/single bedroom 3.5 x 2.5 m with daybed, dressing table, chest of drawers and stunning views.
  • Middle bedroom - 4 x 4 m - cosy king-size bed - height 60 cm to top of mattress - dressing table, hanging wardrobe and comfy armchair.
  • Bedroom  - 4 x 3 m super-king size or twin bedroom - height 65 cm to top of mattress - with open cupboard and chest of drawers.
  • Family bathroom. Bath and overhead shower.
  • Single garage to the rear suitable for most vehicles, nothing over 1.9m though! Plus on road parking to the front.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a NO SMOKING (of any kind) property, including no smoking on the front steps, or in the courtyard to the rear of the house. Thank you!

Shorter breaks also available

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