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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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Port Erin Steam Railway Museum

Located adjacent to Port Erin Station, The Port Erin Railway Museum is housed in part of the old train storage shed with a section of the building still used for maintenance of the trains running on the line. First opened in 1975, the museum was extensively refurbished in 1998, with an extensive souvenir shop added in 1999. The Port Erin Railway Museum exhibits excellently refurbished locomotives, and some carriages, track, railway equipment, switches, memorabilia and relics dating back to 1873 - the opening of the Island's first passenger steam railway.

In 1996, the steam train 'Loch' was taken out of service (re-commissioned in 2002) and shortly afterwards became a part of the Port Erin Railway Museum. It's train carriages are unlike the ones currently in use and offer an insight into the past, as the museum covers the history of stream travel on the Isle of Man from start to finish. Open daily in the main season The Port Erin Railway Museum attracts many tourists and train enthusiasts alike.

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2 Apartments, 1 Hotel and 1 Bed and Breakfast.
Falcons Nest Hotel
The Promenade, Station Road, Port Erin, Isle of Man, GB
The Falcons Nest is a family run hotel, open all year, in the centre of Port Erin, on the south-west coast of the Isle of Man, overlooking the beautiful crescent-shaped bay. 10 minutes from the airport and 30 minutes from Douglas. Free parking. Ideal for families, walking groups, golfers, railway enthusiasts and for business.
Cherry Orchard Apartments
Bridson Street, Port Erin, Isle of Man, GB
In the centre of Port Erin, Cherry Orchard Apartments are just 30 minutes' drive from Douglas and 15 minutes' drive from the Isle of Man's airport. They offer free use of a leisure centre, and a bar/restaurant.
Falcon's Nest Self Catering Apartments
The Promenade, Port Erin, Isle of Man, GB
Falcon's Nest Self Catering Apartments are 2 minutes from the beautiful sandy beach. Located in Port Erin Village, on the Southwest coast of the Isle of Man, overlooking the park and have free Wi-Fi and free parking. Railway station and bus stops nearby. The Apartments are owned and run by the Falcon's Nest Hotel and all facilities in the hotel are available to Apartment guests. Free Wi-Fi, all linen and towels provided at no extra charge.
The Arches
Tower Road, Port Erin, Isle of Man, GB
Located at Port Erin on the Southern tip of the Isle of Man, Arches offers B&B accommodation with sea views in a design property with indoor pool, garden and fitness centre. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout.
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