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Isle of Man - Peel

Peel is a town on the Isle of Man, in the parish of German. It is often called the only "city" because it is the home of the island's cathedral.[1] It is the third largest town on the island after Douglas and Ramsey and the fourth largest settlement as Onchan has the second largest population, though it is classified as a village. Peel is also a House of Keys constituency, electing one MHK, who, since 2006, has been Tim Crookall.
Peel is situated on the west coast of the Isle of Man, just east of the mouth of theRiver Neb. To the north west is St Patrick's Isle, connected to the mainland by a causeway, and to the west is Peel Hill. The A1 road connects Peel with Douglas. The A3 road connects it with Kirk Michael and Ramsey. To the south of Peel isCastletown which was the old Isle of Man capital, and to the east is Douglas.
Peel has never been the capital of the island. However, Peel is the island's main fishingport and Peel Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Sodor and Man.
Peel is sometimes referred to as the rose red city due to the red sandstone used to build the castle and other important buildings. As it is in the west, it is also called the sunset city. Peel is a popular seaside destination for Manx residents and visitors in summer.

 
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Cronkmoar Cottages

One of our two properties

Tel: 01624 842738

Welcome to Cronk Moar Self Catering Cottages. Set in the beautiful Manx countryside on the West coast of the Isle of Man, Cronk Moar enjoys breathtaking views over the sea towards Ireland and Scotland.

Barn - The original farmhouse and barn at Cronk  Moar date from the early 18th century.
They have recently been renovated and converted to provide a spacious self-catering  holiday cottage for 4/6 people, with  laundry and storage facilities.
The group of buildings is situated in a magnificent location on the west coast of the Isle of Man, with uninterrupted sea  and country views.  On clear days you can see Ireland and Scotland.  The sunsets are incredible. Access is via a private farm lane, so peace and quiet are assured.  The property is surrounded by farmland.

Spud House - The Spud House forms part of a group of old farm buildings at Cronk Moar on the west coast of the Island, midway between Glen Maye and Dalby, 5 miles south of Peel . 
This detached barn dates from the 18th century, but the interior has recently been completely renovated and transformed to a high standard. On the ground floor there is a double bedroom, shower room and WC. 
On the first floor the living room, with fully equipped kitchen and dining area, opens onto a large balcony facing south. 

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Langtoft Manor and Garden Apartment

Tel: 01624 843575

Bed and Breakfast in Peel at Langtoft Manor 

Langtoft Manor Bed & Breakfast is set in two and half acres of garden and foliage in a quiet country area three minutes drive from Peel. 

Set in open country with views over the fields, with the sea close by. This is a lovely area especially for bird watchers and is a walker’s paradise where you can wonder over the old railway tracks for many miles.

Our rooms are all very well equipped for your comfort, which are well lit under crystal chandeliers. 

The dining hall is of a bygone era with artifacts to study. There is a flat-screen TV with DVD player. 

Self-catering holiday in Peel at our Garden Apartment 

This beautiful garden apartment provides uninterrupted views of Peel Bay and Peel Castle.

The Garden Apartment offers super king sized beds (single beds also available on request), sleeping six to eight people. 

All bed linen and towels are provided for guests. 

En-suite and family bathroom is fully equipped – electric showers, WC, wash hand basin and bath. 

The fully equipped kitchen/diner has a fridge freezer, electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine/dryer.  

 

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