With over 40,000 race fans setting foot on the Isle of Man in 2022 to be a part of the “World’s Ultimate Road Race” events, visitor numbers exceed the regular tourist accommodation capacity. This is where Homestay steps in. Discover and book with over 950 local Homestay properties.
Looking to rent a property for the full race period or just a week? Maybe you’re looking for a single bed for a few days? How about a double room for 10 days? All options are available with Homestay.
Homestay lets you discover and book your stay in a safe, clean and comfortable, home environment, giving you piece of mind to really experience the “World’s Ultimate Road Race”.
Staying with Homestay offers you a unique opportunity to enjoy a truly authentic experience for the Isle of Man TT and Manx Grand Prix.
Over the years many of you have become lifelong friends often coming back to stay with the same host year after year.
Homestay is a fantastic way to get some real local knowledge about the "World's Ultimate Road Race". Learn where the best secret spectator points are, eat in recommended restaurants, shop in their favourite shops, and maybe take a trip to their local pub for a drink or two.
The racing is fast, exciting and comes with thrills and occasionally spills.
In the rare event of an accident during your stay, all official registered Homestay hosts carry £5 million public liability insurance for your peace of mind.
All of our listed properties have been inspected by a member of the Homestay team to ensure they meet with Homestay guidelines on comfort and cleanliness and meet Isle of Man fire safety regulations.
We strongly recommend every visitor has appropriate comprehensive travel insurance in place prior to travelling to the Isle of Man.
Homestay properties can only accommodate a maximum of 6 guests at any one time, and are not permitted to use guest bedrooms above the 1st floor, or below the ground floor.
Always check to ensure that your chosen accommodation is registered prior to booking.
Prior to making any payment, we encourage all visitors and hosts to have some form of booking agreement in place. At the very least, this should provide details of the accommodation being offered, the dates agreed, the total amount due, how and when payments are to be made, cancellation policies, plus any additional details as agreed between the visitors and the hosts.
If you’re booking directly with a host, they will usually request a deposit at the time of booking, this would normally be a maximum of 20% of the total amount due. All deposits should be acknowledged by email or letter.
You should pay the remainder of the balance to your host in cash after having had the opportunity to view the accommodation. For bed and breakfast guests, the final bill or invoice should be settled in cash the day after arrival. Self-catering guests should pay the final balance in cash on arrival, unless agree otherwise in writing at the time of booking.
Unfortunately, sometimes our plans change. If that happens to you please contact your Homestay Host as soon as possible. Guidance for Homestay Hosts recommends that...
For a cancellation by a visitor up to 4 weeks prior to arrival, providing a suitable alternative booking has been secured, we recommend the full deposit should be refunded (less any bank charges/fees incurred).
For a cancellation by a Host at any time, all fees paid must be refunded.
We always recommend visitors and hosts are clear on the cancellation policy, prior to paying any deposit. This is more relevant that ever with COVID19 affecting recent events worldwide.
We also recommend all visitors have appropriate travel insurance in place to cover their visit to the Isle of Man.
Booking through an Agency? Make sure you check their booking terms and conditions.
Once you've discovered the perfect place to stay, book it fast. Your Hosts will do all they can to make your visit as special as posible and we recommend having a conversation with them, to discuss any specific requirements, you or the host may have.
The below tariffs are provided as a guide only and providers can charge a higher tariff provided this is agreed at the time of booking