• Ramsey Park Hotel, Isle of Man

    Set in the historic town of Ramsey, the second largest town on the island, the Isle of Man dog-friendly Ramsey Park Hotel commands stunning views over Mooragh Lake and the isles coast. 

    £89
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  • 1 Barnagh Barn, Isle Of ManInstant Book Overlay Image
    1 Barnagh Barn is the ideal holiday home for visiting the Isle of Man. This refurbished barn conversion, adjacent to the owner’s home, has been completed to a very good standard. Situated at Rhen Cullen on the famous TT course the barn can be found off the main road at the end of a 600 yard farm lane and makes the ideal place in which to relax. The Isle of Man has many hidden treasures to explore and Barnagh Farm is near the main routes to get you about. After a long day enjoying yourself, why not come back and relax, light the wood burner and have a glass of your favourite tipple. The property is located in the centre of the island within walking distance of Kirk Michael village with its pub, shop, butcher, tea room, post office and chemist making it the perfect bolt hole for your holiday. Whether it’s walking, cycling or just simply relaxing, this cottage is perfect for them all. Beach 1 mile. Shop and pub 1 mile, restaurant 6½ miles.
    £95
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  • Harbour View, Isle Of ManInstant Book Overlay Image
    Harbour View lies close to the heart of the historic town of Castletown, on the site of the old Castletown Brewery. There is a spectacular view over the harbour and to South Barrule in the distance. The harbour area is dominated by the magnificent 13th-century Castle Rushen with its impressive fortress, which was once home to the Kings and Lords of Mann. The heart of historic Castletown is just a 2-minute walk away with all the facilities you would need, as well as four Manx National Heritage venues, and the fascinating story of ‘Peggy’, an 18th-century armed yacht, which can be found in the Nautical Museum. The beach is just 5 minutes away with some glorious coastal footpaths to follow. The railway station is just 5 minutes away with summer services to Douglas and Port Erin, and all stations in-between, and the bus stops outside the door. After a hard day of enjoying yourself you can sit back and relax or visit one of the Castletown pubs and restaurants. Harbour View is the ideal escape and perfect base to explore the rest of the island. Shop, pub and restaurant 350 yards.
    £185
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