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      I stayed one night and found the room clean and well equipped. The couple who own the hotel were very friendly and welcoming. They answered any questions and provided advice....
      08 Dec 2017read review
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      Would highly recommend this B&B Hostess very friendly and knowledgeable about the island. Very clean comfortable rooms, excellent breakfast....
      07 Nov 2017read review
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      The establishment looked lovely and I am sure I would have enjoyed staying there. Unfortunately my stay never happened....
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      Our second visit to Cubbon House and we will certainly return again! Spotlessly clean everywhere, very comfortable bed. Great view of Douglas promenade, with it's horse trams, from the sea view rooms....
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      Revisiting the island after many years, we treated ourselves this time to luxurious accommodation. Englewood Lodge did not disappoint....
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The name Onchan was derived from Kirk Coonachan, a church named after a Celtic Saint in the village. Once a tiny village, Onchan has grown into the second largest populated area on the Island with a population of over 9,000. It is often thought to be part of Douglas due to its close proximity and therefore thousands live here who work in and around the Douglas area. Three Manx national glens: Groudle Glen, Molly Quirk's Glen and Bibaloe Walk are located within the boundaries of Onchan. All provide pleasant and delightful leafy walks, with the largest, Groudle Glen, developed in the 1890's and featuring hundreds of trees; it extends all the way to the coast. Described as one of the most spectacular glens on the Isle of Man, The Groudle Glen Railway is also based here, run by local railway enthusiasts, and well worth a visit.

The Onchan Wetlands, a Manx Wildlife Trust reserve is another delightful attraction, set within one acre grounds and only a couple of minutes walk from the shopping centre. Featuring nearly one hundred species of plants ranging from wetland to woodland varieties, it includes: marsh marigold, yellow flag, reed canary grass, hemlock water-dropwort, woody nightshade and cuckoo flower. Onchan's most famous attraction is the Onchan Pleasure Park, built in 1951 and the first stadium with a banked cycle track.

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Englewood Lodge B&B
105 King Edward Road, Onchan, Isle of Man, GB
Englewood Lodge offers luxurious 5 star accommodation, warm hospitality and excellent food. Individually designed rooms with luxury ensuite facilities (Fluffy towels, bathrobes, slippers) and sea views over Douglas Bay. Free Wi-Fi . Free on-site parking. Tram stop just outside. Choice of English or continental breakfast, packed lunches, afternoon teas and evening meals. Relax in the lounge, conservatory or sun terrace (with sea views).
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