Thie yn Droghad

Brian and Barbara Quirk welcome you to

Thie yn Droghad


Thie yn Droghad is one of the few self-catering accommodations on the Island where you can stay so close to a harbour and river that you go to sleep to the gentle sound of water.

For the comfort of our guests, Thie yn Droghad is non-smoking (in accordance with Manx law) and pets are not allowed.

Please visit Thie yn Droghad for photos and description, and for your convenience we have added prices and vacancies - please see below. Thie yn Droghad offers quality accommodation in a truly gorgeous location that is both quiet and tranquil yet giving easy access to all parts of the Island.

The chalet nestles below a woodland hill, is south facing and fronted by the river.

Laxey promenade and beach is a five minute walk, with a café serving cakes snacks and ice creams plus a children’s playground. Although pebbles at high water, a long sandy beach with rock pools  is exposed at low water.

General Info


A genuine Manx Welcome in a gorgeous location.

Please ask us about “Best Prices” on the Ferry

Thie yn Droghad includes:

  • FREE electricity, central heating with unlimited hot water and free Coded WI-FI.
  • Bedding for each week of your stay.
  • Towels – but please bring your own beach towels
  • Kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge and freezer, all utensils and tea towels
  • Complimentary welcome pack
  • TVs in lounge and bedrooms
  • Tourist information leaflets.

The Chalet

Our wonderful, spacious chalet for up to 4 people, is open plan with light wood flooring.

A fully equiped kitchen with everthing you need, including a dishwasher andwashing machine.

Free WiFi.

The large picture windows overlook the fenced garden with BBQ and outdoor furniture provided. The garden overlooks the boat park and is bordered by the Laxey River.

Both bedrooms are en-suite, the double with a full bathroom and the twin has a shower room.

There is level entry into the chalet from the parking area at the front which is in a private lane. There are 2 steps down into the garden.


April 2018May 2018June 2018 
Sat 14thRe-openSat 5thBookedSat 2ndTT Booked
Sat 14thBookedSat 12thBookedSat 9th£600
Sat 21stBookedSat 19thBookedSat 16thBooked
Sat 28thBookedSat 26thTT BookedSat 23rd£725
Sat 30thBooked

July 2018 August 2018 September 2018 
Sat 7thBookedSat 4thBookedSat 1stBooked
Sat 14thBookedSat 11th£725Sat 8thBooked
Sat 21st£725Sat 18thMGP BookedSat 15thBooked
Sat 28thBookedSat 25thMGP BookedSat 22ndBooked
Sat 29thBooked
Sat 6th
Closed for season

Weekly Bookings – Saturday to Saturday

Weeks available are those showing prices.

2017 is fully booked.

Updated 20th August 2017

Brochure Download

To complete your booking please download the our booking form below and send it back to us.

Local Attractions

Local walks

Thie yn Droghad is only a few minutes walk from the Beach.

Whether for a gentle stroll or for the more serious walker, the Island is a perfect place. The beach is 5 minutes walk away, and the upper village 15 minutes.

The ‘salmon walks’ around Laxey take you along byways to the Laxey Wheel, Glen Gardens and Valley Gardens. Maps are available to guide you.


Take the Victorian electric tram from Laxey to the summit of Snaefell.  On a clear day you can see England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Also from Laxey the Manx Electric Railway to either Douglas and Ramsey, stopping off at all the glens along the route.


This small fun very narrow gauge railway runs ½ mile along the route of the old mines ore tramway towards the Wheel. Run by volunteers at weekends and Special holidays


Between Laxey and Douglas on the coast road, this Victorian Attraction runs for about ¾ mile along the valley and around the headland to a small café with  oustanding sea views.


Travel aboard the Karina, the Islands largest pleasure cruiser, which sails on coastal excursions on the east coast of the Island from Douglas harbour to Laxey, Port Soderick and Derbyhaven . Captain Carter will impart his extensive knowledge as you sail past points of interest. You may also see dolphins and seals.


From Douglas the Isle of Man Steam Railway meanders through woodland and headland to Port Erin at the Southern end of the Island with many stops along the way.


This is a unique spectacle, the largest working water wheel in the world. If you have a head for heights you can climb to the top of this 72 ½ foot diameter wheel. You can also follow the paths and even go underground.The Wheel is about 1 ½ miles up the valley from the chalets.


You can ride along Douglas promenade on a horse drawn tram at a much slower pace than the traffic alongside you. Although this feature was in doubt for 2016, it will now be operating.

Visit us

  • Thie yn Droghad
  • Breeze Hill
  • Laxey, Isle of Man
  • IM4 7DL
  • +44 1624 861581

Get in touch

If you would like to get in touch with us for more information please complete the form below or use the details above.

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If you would like to get in touch with us for more information please complete the form below or use the details above.

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