Historic Houses' members visit free. Interested in joining? Find out more.

Overview

The only country house and garden open to the public on the Isle of Man.

The house we see today has the Gothic facade put on by Deemster John Christian in the 1830s around an earlier Georgian core. It is by repute the most haunted house on the Island.

The 15 acres of gardens provide for a relaxing stroll, around both the formal gardens, the mill pond, the vegetable garden and into the woodland area.

Also on view is Sir Clive Edwards collection of vintage motorbikes and cars. The Milntown Cafe enjoys a reputation for serving the best cream teas on the Island.


Opening
Opening

2019

Gardens: March - September every day, 10am to 4pm (winter), 5pm (summer).

House tours (not free): Wednesdays and Saturdays, 2.30pm.

Find Us
Find us

On the Leazyre road, about 3/4 of a mile outside Ramsey, heading towards Sulby.

Buses 5 and 6 stop at our gate. We are about 20 minutes level walk from the Ramsey Electric Tram station.

Admission
Admission

Historic Houses members visit the gardens for free.

Garden Admission £3.50, Seniors £3.00.

House Tours £7.00