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      My wife and myself had a fantastic 5day stay at Englewood Lodge B&B.Margaret was a true superhost who could not do enough for us both....
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      .We are regular visitors to Englewood Lodge, a fabulous place, we have never been disappointed. Margaret is the perfect host....
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      What a great B&B. Stayed for a couple of nights. Wish it could of been longer. Englewood Lodge is in a great location overlooking Douglas Bay.Ten minute drive from the ferry....
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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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Peel

Peel is situated on the west coast, known as 'Manx town' and often considered a 'city' as its home to the island's cathedral. Once the island's main fishing port, even today fishing thrives with a busy harbour that is regularly filled with fishing boats. It is here that Herring is cured to make the famous Manx kippers and this process can be seen at Moore's Traditional Museum, a working factory. The third largest town on the Isle of Man it has small population of nearly four thousand and has become a popular tourist resort offering many local shops, restaurants and attractions such as St Patrick's Isle on which Peel Castle sits.

Peel has an old feel about it with many narrow streets and small houses near the coast and witnessed the smuggling activities of the eighteenth century. The harbour is still used for export today such as that of salted herring to the Continent. The sheltered beach and promenade is a good place to enjoy the stunning evening and you will discover why Peel is also known as the 'Sunset City'. More information about Peel can be found at The Leece Museum, a museum devoted to this busy Manx fishing port town that includes exhibits, photographs and documents. Peel offers many other attractions to suit all ages and interests. These include:

  • Manx Transport Museum
  • Moore's Traditional Museum
  • Peel Castle
  • The House of Manannan
  • The Leece Museum
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Langtoft Manor B&B
Ballagyr Lane, Peel, Isle of Man, GB
Langtoft Manor is set in two and half acres of garden in a quiet open country area. The property has views over the fields, with the sea close by. It's a lovely area especially for bird watchers and great for walkers, where you will be able to walk along the old railway tracks for many miles or take a short walk to White Strand beach.
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