ISLE OF MAN
The Isle of Man is nestled between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, in the Irish Sea. We have lived here since 2018 and have been reviewing various places since we arrived.
This page lists all reviews we have written from the Isle of Man (as well as some non-location based reviews) to make it easier to differentiate them from any UK reviews. I have also added the reviews to a map so that you can choose somewhere close to home or something further afield.
If you are not from the Isle of Man (often affectionately known as ‘The Rock’ – hence the name ‘Kids on the Rock’) then have a look at the Visit Isle of Man website for some further information. It is a beautiful place to live or visit, with many great things to do for young or older families.
My mother-in-law suggested we take Millie to feed the ducks and I wasn’t quite prepared for how much I’d love Tynwald National Park and Arboretum, situation in St Johns. The area is more than 25 acres and contains a large amount of different tree species. There’s a shelter and picnic
Balley Cashtal Beg aka ‘Little Castletown’ is a group of 70 fairy doors within Castletown which can be found either by sheer luck or by using a map. The maps can be found (for free) at the Town Hall, Castletown Steam Railway Station, the Bowling Green Cafe, Craftworks studio and
Well, my very good friend was telling me that she uses reusable nappies and reusable wipes with her newborn. Ever since this conversation, I’ve felt guilty that I’m not doing more for the ‘war on plastic’. I use reusable bags, reusable straws, reusable take away coffee cups and felt maybe
Whilst visiting family on the Isle of Man, we decided to go for a coffee and my father-in-law brought us here. The Tower House is a large building consisting of offices, a nail bar (which smells quite strong when you first walk in) and The Atrium Cafe. Access into the