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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....
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      Would highly recommend this B&B Hostess very friendly and knowledgeable about the island. Very clean comfortable rooms, excellent breakfast....
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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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Ramsey

Ramsey is the main town in the north and is the second largest town on the Isle of Man with a population of over 7,000. Known as the island's agriculture town, the name Ramsey comes from the Old Norse for 'Wild Garlic River' due to settlements near-by where plenty of wild garlic grows. The town is also known as Royal Ramsey due to a couple of royal visits, one in 1847, by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and l in 1907 by King Edward VII and Queen Alaxandra.

There is an attractive working harbour and the town centre has a good range of independent shops selling everything from exotic cheeses to couture dresses. A Farmers Market is held every Saturday morning, and there are plenty of cafes and pubs. There are plenty of tourist attractions in Ramsey, like Mooragh Park - a pleasure park created in 1887 with a massive 40 acres of beautiful gardens and a 12 acre boating lake.

To the south of Ramsey is the Venture Centre, the Island's Premier Outdoor Activity Centre, offering outdoor pursuits including canoeing, sailing, abseiling, kayaking and archery. Grove House & Gardens in the north hosts the rural life museum containing many original furnishings and fittings of Victorian life.

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1 Bed and Breakfast, 1 Campsite and 1 Hotel.
At Cedar Lodge B&B
Cedar Lodge, Ramsey, Isle of Man, GB
At Cedar Lodge is set in 3 acres in the beautiful Cornae Valley, views to Cumbria. It is ideally situated for all forms of touring and sightseeing. It is halfway between Laxey & Ramsey & is very near to the bus & tram stops,plus a walkers paradise.
Ramsey Football Club Campsite
Ballacloan Stadium, North Shore Road, Ramsey, Isle of Man, GB
Ballacloan Stadium is situated on North shore Road in Ramsey. It is adjacent to the Mooragh Park and lake and 200m away from the town's swimming pool. The stadium can be found by turning off the TT Course at Parliament Square and turning towards the north (left if you are travelling in the direction of the course). Proceed past the two roundabouts; cross the stone bridge; then turn right into North Shore Road.
Ramsey Park Hotel
Ramsey Park, Park Road, Ramsey, Isle of Man, GB
Set in the historic town of Ramsey, the second largest on the island, and commanding stunning views over Mooragh Lake and the island's coast, the brand new Ramsey Park Hotel is an unprecedented location for leisure or business stays on the Isle of Man. Completed to the highest standard in the summer of 2012, the hotel has 30 bedrooms, including 27 deluxe rooms and 3 spacious family rooms.
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