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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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Peel Castle

St Patrick's Isle is located in Peel and one of the smallest Islands in the Irish Sea and has an extraordinary history stretching back over eight thousand years. It has been the home of princesses and bishops, monks and Vikings, peasants and fisherman and it is believed to be the first place Christianity was brought to the Isle of Man by St Patrick around 1226.

Peel Castle sits on St Patrick's Isle near the harbour of Peel and is one of the Isle of Man's principal historic monuments. Built in 1392 by William le Scrope, the castle's sandstone wall which surrounds the castle, was completed in the 14th century and encircles a number of ancient ruins. A major six year archaeological excavation at the site began in 1982 and the most dramatic find was the Norse-period grave of a lady of high social status of which the jewellery and effects buried with her can be seen on display with other excavation finds in the Manx Museum.

The 13th Century cathedral of St German is based within the grounds of Peel Castle and took around 200 years to complete. It fell into dilapidation soon after the completion of the current St German's on Derby Road in 1884. The picturesque site is covered in a thick blanket of grass Visitors are given a handheld audio phone at the entrance to St Patrick's Isle and this will guide them around the 7 acre site. All the buildings and ruins are marked with numbers which can be keyed into the audio phone to hear a minute long explanation. Viewing the ruins is more of a gentle ramble as there is no set route or order in which you have to walk. Combined tickets of House of Manannan and Peel Castle can be purchased and there is ample parking available.

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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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