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Ramsey Park Hotel, Ramsey

Park Road, Ramsey, IM8 3AR, UK
Ramsey Park Hotel, Ramsey Ramsey Park Hotel, Ramsey 01624 818123 Park Road Ramsey
90 out of 100% 6 votes
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  • Free Wifi
  • Private Car Park
  • Lift
  • Pets Allowed
  • Walk-in Showers
  • Public Transport Nearby

Commanding stunning views over Mooragh Lake and the Isle of Man coast is the Ramsey Park Hotel. This modern stylish hotel is home to a variety of individually designed to a very high standard hotel accommodation and it’s very own Bistro serving seasonal food using fresh local Manx produce.

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Rooms & Facilities
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  • Free Wifi
  • Private Car Park
  • Lift
  • Pets Allowed
  • Walk-in Showers
  • Public Transport Nearby

Number of Bedrooms: 60

Parking Spaces: 20

Steps into Hotel: 0

Check In Time: 3pm

Check Out Time: 11am

The Ramsey Park Hotel in Ramsey is set in a prime location in this historic Isle of Man town overlooking Mooragh Lake and the coast. This modern and stylish hotel on the Isle of Man opened it’s doors in the Summer of 2012 and has proven to be a very popular addition to the town. Ramsey is the second largest town on the island and is ideally located for the best sightseeing, beaches, golf courses and activities on this pretty island making the Ramsey Park Hotel the perfect choice for a UK Island Escape.

All of the 60 en-suite bedrooms at the Ramsey Park Hotel including 3 interconnecting double bedrooms, 2 spacious Family Suite and an Executive Suite have been individually designed to a very high standard. Each room benefits from super king-sized beds which can be made as a Double or a Twin beds. Your room will also have a 32″ TV with UK Freeview channels, complimentary high-speed WI-FI for your laptop and other mobile devices, a complimentary hospitality tray and toiletries. Many of the rooms overlook the impressive lake and Sky Hill, other face the promenade and coastline with views towards Scotland and Cumbria in the distance.

Lake View Restaurant at the Ramsey Park Hotel on the Isle of Man is just that – a beautiful spot to enjoy a meal with an unrivalled views – serving simple, freshly prepared, home-cooked food at lunch and dinner. On warm days, make the most of the Terrace with stunning lake views.

The Ramsey Park Hotel offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.

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Bedrooms

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tick Tea/Coffee
tick Toiletries
tick Hairdryer
tick Telephone
tick Room Service
tick Wifi
tick Family Room for 3
tick Family Room for 4
tick Interconnecting Rooms

The Ramsey Park Hotel has 60 en-suite bedrooms, including 3 interconnecting double bedrooms, 2 spacious Family Suite and an Executive Suite Each of the bedrooms at the Ramsey Park Hotel come with a super king-sized bed in each room, 32″ TVs with UK Freeview channels and complimentary high-speed WI-FI.

Many of bedrooms overlook the beautiful Mooragh Lake and Sky Hill. Other bedrooms overlook the Ramsey promenade and Irish Sea Coastline with views right across to Scotland and Cumbria.

The Family Rooms include a double sofa bed, and all rooms can be made up as twins with 2 large comfortable single beds.

The Ramsey Park is well prepared for disabled guests with three easily-accessible rooms with grab bars and other amenities. Four of the rooms have the added benefit of a wet room which has full wheelchair access throughout.

Bar & Restaurant

tick Outdoor Dining Terrace

LAKE VIEW RESTAURANT
The Lake View Restaurant is just that – a lovely spot to enjoy a relaxing meal overlooking Mooragh Lake. 

Serving a full Bistro-style menu that features homemade, simple, seasonal food using fresh, local Manx produce, freshly prepared in the kitchen. On warm days, make the most of the Terrace with stunning lake views – and in the Piano Bar you can grab a snack from a menu which includes traditional pub classics.

The team are especially proud of their Children’s Menu which has a selection of delicious, tasty, and, most importantly, freshly-made dishes to tempt our young guests. Children under 10 years who are staying with us eat free when accompanied by a resident adult who orders a main course.

Any special dietary requirements can be accommodated – please let the hotel know when you make your booking.

View Sample A La Carte Menu

OPENING TIMES
Both the Piano Bar and Restaurant are open daily to residents and non-residents daily:

Breakfast
– Monday-Friday 7am-9:30am : Saturday and Sunday 8am-10am.

Lunch – 12 to 2.30pm

Dinner – Monday to Saturday 5.30pm to 9.00pm

 

Location & Directions

Directions to the Ramsey Park Hotel in Ramsey on the Isle of Man

Ramsey is north east of the Island, only 40 minutes drive from the airport and 20 minutes from Douglas

By Bus
Take the 3 or 3A from Banks Circus, Douglas to Ramsey (journey takes approx. 50 mins)

By Rail
Arrive in style! The Manx Electric Railway, built between 1893 and 1899, runs up the east coast of the island linking Douglas, Laxey and Ramsey, and operates with its original Victorian and Edwardian rolling stock through beautiful scenery. It does not offer a service all year round (only March to November), so please check the website for the time table.

By Air
Most mainland airports run flights to the island. Isle of Man Airport
If you are hiring a car, here are the directions from the airport to the Hotel (23 miles):
Start out on the B53 Balthane Road and bear left onto B18 then turn right onto the A5
At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A5 signposted Douglas, After 1.3 miles, bear left on the A5 signposted Douglas. After 4.4 miles, take the 2nd exit on the roundabout onto the A5 signposted Onchan, Peel A1, Ramsey A2. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit, then at next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A2 signposted Onchan, Ramsey, The North. At traffic signals continue forward onto Bray Hill – A2 then turn left at next traffic signals onto Ballanard Road – A22. At roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A21. Turn left onto Hillberry Road – A18, and bear left onto the A18 signposted Snaefell, Ramsey.
Continue on the A18 signposted Ramsey, then after 8 miles take the A2. At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A2 and at the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A2. Turn right onto North Shore Road and left onto Park Road.
The Hotel is at the end of the road on the right hand side.

From the Sea Terminal Building (16 miles)
Turn left onto Broadway – A22 signposted Nobles Park. At traffic signals continue forward onto the A22 Ballaquale Road – A22. At roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A21 and turn
left onto Hillberry Road – A18. After 1.8 miles bear left onto the A18 signposted Snaefell, Ramsey. After several miles, continue onto the A18 signposted Ramsey. After 7 miles
follow the A2 and at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A2 and at the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A2. Turn right onto North Shore Road and left into Park Road. The Hotel is at the end of the road on the right hand side.

Notice Board

Hotel Notice Board

Children's Rates:
When adding children to a reservation the rate quoted is the total for adults only. Children's rates will be applied at the hotel direct.

Pet Friendly:
Dogs are welcome at the Ramsey Park Hotel. A supplement of £10 (Maximum of one dog per room and subject to availability) applies and will be added to your bill at the hotel direct. Please keep this in mind when settling your bill at the hotel.

 

Things to See and Do
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tick Horse Riding
tick Cycling
tick Shooting
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Archery
tick Water Sports
tick Climbing

There is plenty of things to see and do while staying at the Ramsey Park Hotel. 

The end of May marks the beginning of the famous Isle of Man TT race which passes through Ramsey. The hotel sits just a short walk from the course.

If you fancy an autumn ramble, the Sky Hill trail is just West of Ramsey and offers beautiful views once you arrive at the summit.

We recommend taking a trip across the island on the Manx Electric Railway too, it’s the best way of seeing all the island has to offer.

ISLE OF MAN TT RACE
The legendary Isle of Man TT races, which are held in June and the Manx GP which is held in August, always attracts thousands of visitors each year to see the fast paced racers around the Island. The 37¾ mile circuit passes through Ramsey before the infamous mountain section which has seen so many races won or lost over the past 100 years.

RAMSEY GOLF COURSE
Nigel Mansell was the ex-club champion at Ramsey Golf Club, which boasts an enjoyable, although somewhat demanding course. The northern Island course is not too hilly and so makes a good day’s golfing. The first six and last two holes are over flat ground divided by a brook, while the remaining 10 are set in wooded parkland with a hilly backdrop. The first hole, a par five, presents a real challenge, playing into the prevailing wind with a stream on the left and across the fairway on the right. The third green looks deceptively easy… but is really very tricky. An interesting course close to town, established around 1891, with some spectacular views and a range of amenities.

SKY HILL / MILLENNIUM WAY TRAIL
The first long distance footpath, it was established in 1979 to celebrate the Millennium year of the Manx Parliament, Tynwald. The path links Ramsey to Castletown, following the way of past Manx Kings through the centre of the island. The route was once known as the Royal Way and is recorded in the 13th Century Chronicles of the Kings of Mann and the Isles. It is known as an early highway with a long and old history.

THE GROVE MUSEUM
The Grove Museum of Victorian Life tells the story of the Gibb family and their Victorian summer retreat, which later became their permanent residence and family home. Beautifully preserved to provide an intriguing insight into life in the Victorian and Edwardian eras, a visit to the house, outbuildings and country garden is like stepping back in time.

MANX ELECTRIC RAILWAY
The Manx Electric Railway started out as public transport mainly for tourists, but also saw its lines used for the transportation of goods and animals. It became a part of island transport which managed to stand the tests of time and progress.

Dog Friendly
Ramsey Park Hotel is located perfectly for dogs and their owners. Sat right on the coastline with views over Mooragh Lake and the isles coast – it’s just 350m from the Irish Sea so plenty of walking opportunities for pooches to stretch their legs. Douglas, the capital of the Isle of Man, is just a 25-minute drive away with sandy beaches, high street shops, and a variety of cafes and restaurants. The hotel also provide a doggy breakfast for them in the morning.

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