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Situated in Ramsey, the second largest town on the Isle of Man, Ramsey Park Hotel offers a host of activities in the surrounding area, such as sailing, horse riding and jogging trails. 3rd Time in about a year i have stayed at the Park, can do nothing about the weather but one BIG reason for booking this hotel is the STAFF. Everyone is friendly, polite and always smiling, i organise these trips to see family but a bonus making new friends. Thank you all at the Park Hotel 🤓.
Situated in Ramsey in the Isle of Man region, At Cedar Lodge has a garden. The accommodation is 18 km from Douglas, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. Beautiful location, nice and quiet and the breakfast was lovely.
Set in Ramsey, 26 km from Douglas, Milntown Self Catering Apartments offers a restaurant and free WiFi. I loved everything about Milntown Apartments. The location is superb - within easy walking distance of Ramsey town centre and also handy for buses if required. The setting is magnificent, in a courtyard behind a handsome mansion, with access to superb acres of gardens. The standard of the accommodation is first class and all facilities have been supplied. The staff could not do more to help and every request was complied with most willingly. I cannot think of a better place for a peaceful holiday in beautiful surroundings.
Situated in Sulby in the Isle of Man region, Ballacowell Cottage features a garden. The accommodation is 23 km from Douglas, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. The welcome pack was a lovely touch and much appreciated. We liked the location and the peace and quiet although the owners were only next door if we needed them.
Early January is not the time to go to Ramsey or the Isle of Man for nightlife and a good selection of restaurants. Most places were closed. I regularly go in the summer for the TT when it is a totally different place. As newly weds. this was the first time we had been to the Isle of Man. Jurby motor museum is only open one Sunday a month in the winter - missed that! Wanted to go to the Creg-ny-Baa pub on Tuesday evening 5.20pm but that was closed too! The House of Manannan Museum in Peel was open on the Tuesday we visited and was excellent! Go off the main roads and explore the small lanes, there are lots of beautiful villages to explore. Try the road from Sulby to the bungalow on Snaefell or Ramsey to Maughold and then the coast road to Laxey.
Typical old town,independent retails but worry at several empty shops.Shop keepers friendly,not forgetting the traffic warden who assisted us with blue badge parking. Pavements and drop kerbs difficult to manage with a wheelchair but overall an enjoyable few hours.
We were over for a Family Funeral however we did tour Ramsey enjoyed Breakfast and the scenery. We arrived on Sunday, attended the Funeral in Andreas Tuesday and left Wednesday, It was more of a trip to pay our respects than a holliday.
The setting of Ramsey Bay and the excellent Mooragh Park can be enjoyed for walks on level ground, while it is easy for more adventurous visitors to head off into the surrounding countryside and coastal areas for more challenging walks. From Ramsey there are good bus services to all parts of the island, while the Manx Electric Railway between Ramsey & Douglas gives a different perspective on travel along the coast. Milntown estate with its mansion, restaurant and acres of splendid gardens is well worth a visit.
Being a UK resident I'm not used to all the shops being shut on a Sunday, and I was disappointed that I went to Ramsey on a Sunday as it's a pretty town, but the shops were all closed. However, there were 2 cafes and a pub open, so I had lunch there, had a wander around and boarded the tram back to Cedar Lodge. Ideally I would have liked to spend more time on the island so I could see Ramsey on weekdays. I'd love to come back to Ramsey next time I'm on the Isle of Man.
ramsey is the place to go if you like coastal regions of the island. we visited because of the manx gp so we were always busy. a nice place to relax away from from the hustle and bustle unless of course you like the hubbub