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Ramsey enjoys a happy reputation as the sunniest place in the Isle of Man, and its golden beaches, sheltered by the North Barrule mountainside, offer a scenic location for visitors hoping to work on their tans. Situated on the east coast, this is the main northern town, and its traditional seaside charm is accompanied by modern shopping. In the 1800s, Ramsey was a shipbuilding centre. Today it functions as a market town, although old traditions have survived: fishing vessels in the Irish sea frequently call at the harbour's repair and building yard, and round-the-island boat races are organised by the Ramsey-based Manx Sailing And Yachting Club. Fishing, too, remains central to the lifestyle with the annual week-long Ramsey Angling Festival an important fixture on the calendar. One much-loved feature of the harbour is its distinctive old swing bridge. Sadly, though, another relic of the town's seafront is falling into disrepair - campaigners are urgently lobbying for funds to restore and re-open Queen's Pier, a handsome Victorian iron structure that at one time welcomed landing steamers from all over the UK. Back on land, Albert Tower is the granite monument that symbolises Ramsey, built on the hilltop spot where Prince Albert looked down over the town and the northern plain in 1847. For families, there is plenty to do in and around Ramsey. The Rural Life Museum at Grove House affords a fascinating glimpse into the lives of Victorian farmers. Mooragh Park, ranged around a fabulous lake, provides boating, tennis, bowling, crazy golf and children's play, and the Venture Centre lays on archery, climbing, abseiling and an assault course. Slightly gentler pleasures include a steep walk through the woodlands, streams and waterfalls of Dhoon Glen, and a trip along stunning coastline on the Manx Electric Railway to Douglas or Snaefell.


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Premier Inn Harwich (1.79 miles)

Local attractions include Harwich ferry port, Constable country and various beaches. For shops and local amenities Harwich town centre is only 1 mile away. Our Harwich Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in ... More | visit website
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Tower Hotel (2.52 miles)

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This large hotel has a country house feel and is set in a large grassed grounds.
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Hotel Continental (2.55 miles)

Hotel Continental

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A small independent hotel overlooking the sea at Dovercourt Bay, minutes by car from Harwich International Port.

A modern interior in a Victorian seaside property which is painted bright yellow on the ... More
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Pier at Harwich (3.19 miles)

Pier at Harwich
When Gerald Milsom stopped at a half timbered tearoom in Dedham in 1952, his life was at a low ebb: he had been rejected by the medical profession and demobilised from national service in the ... More | visit website
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Marlborough Hotel (5.58 miles)

Marlborough Hotel

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The Marlborough Hotel is the largest and only sea front hotel in Felixstowe, 250 yards south of the pier complex.
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Lifehouse Country Spa Resort (5.76 miles)

Lifehouse Country Spa Resort
Tucked away in the heart of rural Essex is a contemporary, chic, sleek, stylish Country Spa Resort, Lifehouse offers an exceptionally unique resort like no other. With 89 bedrooms, 35 treatment rooms a 18.5 metre ... More | visit website
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Brook Hotel (5.91 miles)

Brook Hotel

The overall feel of The Brook Hotel is as you would expect of a family-run business friendly, warm and inviting with excellent attention to detail and great customer service.

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Orwell Hotel (6.33 miles)

Orwell Hotel
The Orwell Hotel is located near the town centre of Felixstowe, which is in Suffolk on the south-eastern coast of England. For short breaks or longer holidays, the Orwell Hotel offers comfortable accommodation, excellent cuisine, fine ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Ipswich South East (6.77 miles)

Premier Inn Ipswich South East
Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Ramsons Euro business park. For shops and local amenities Ipswich town centre is only 7 miles away. Our Ipswich South East ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Clacton-on-Sea (7.09 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the A12. Local attractions include 4 different beaches within 8 miles. Conveniently located for Weeley train station. Our Clacton-On-Sea Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every ... More | visit website

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