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Isle of Man - Ballasalla

Ballasalla is a village in the parish of Malew in the south-east of the Isle of Man, close to the town of Castletown. The village was built mostly from the ruins of the nearby Rushen Abbey, a Cistercian abbey founded in the 12th century and dissolved in the 16th century.
The local authority is Malew Parish Commissioners who are based in Ballasalla. There are currently five commissioners. The day-to-day actives of the authority are run by the clerk, Mr Barry Powell. The commissioners' offices are located on the main road of the village close to the Whitestone Inn and have their own dedicated car park adjacent, once the site of a playground until the site was redeveloped when the new offices were built.
The HQ of Manx2, the Isle of Man airline, is at Hangar 9 at Isle of Man Airport near Ballasalla. The former Manx Airlines also had its head office at the Airport. At Balthane on the eastern edge of the village is an industrial estate with local businesses including Athol Garage, sellers of motor vehicles, and Pooil Vaaish, dealing in slate, marble and monumental masonry.   

 
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Dreemfroy Barn

Tel: 01624 851408

Dreemfroy Barn is a spacious detached property situated in a quiet rural area in the village of St. Marks. Originally a barn, the building has been completely renovated to a high standard and is now available for rent as self-catering holiday accommodation.

Located in the village of St. Marks in the Isle of Man, the property is available throughout the year. It has three bedrooms, bathroom, shower room, cloakroom, kitchen and lounge. It comfortably sleeps up to six guests.

The village of St. Marks is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is only 7 miles from Douglas and about 4 miles from the airport. 

The property is located on the outskirts of the village of St. Marks. From the airport, head through Ballasalla and along the country road to St. Marks. Pass through the centre of the village, straight ahead at the crossroads (the road to Douglas is on the right) and you will find Dreemfroy Barn on the left. 

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