Glen Maye comprises some 11 and a half acres situated on either side of the Rushen River, and contains as its main feature a magnificent waterfall. The glen's beautiful sheltered fern-filled woodland includes relics of the ancient forests that once covered the Isle of Man.
With unusual ferns and other plants in abundance it's a luxuriant surround for a family adventure: follow the path to the pebbled beach, at it's end you'll find towering cliffs on the northern side of the river which are home to vast hosts of seabirds.
Please note that the postcode is for sat nag to get you close, please plan the final stage of your journey thoroughly and independently.
Year round daylight access.
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