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The church is small. Typical of an IoM country parish church. What makes it special is the village... read more

Reviewed June 16, 2017
John W
Douglas, United Kingdom
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Can't believe we left it so long to come here

We've been visiting IOM for nearly 20 years but not visited this little corner. As we were staying... read more

Reviewed June 18, 2016
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Reviewed June 16, 2017 via mobile

The church is small. Typical of an IoM country parish church. What makes it special is the village green and the churchyard. The green has a small monument, by which the treasure hunt Jewell from the Cadbury Creme Egg conundrum was buried. The church yard...More

Thank John W
Reviewed June 18, 2016

We've been visiting IOM for nearly 20 years but not visited this little corner. As we were staying in nearby Port e Vullen, we took a very nice coastal path through the Brooghs Nature Reserve up to Maughold Head, and then down to Maughold Church....More

Thank AlexF019
Reviewed May 17, 2016 via mobile

What a gorgeous little parish Church with a historic cross inside and ancient Celtic Crosses in a special shelter outside. Well worth a visit on your way to the head

Thank nessief
Reviewed February 27, 2016 via mobile

Visited twice with friends in January and February. Church small and intimate, gravestones date from 17th to 21st century and there are some Archibald Knox designs. But the main attraction is the Cross House with 20 Celtic crosses and fragments. The display is now dated,...More

Thank John W
Reviewed October 10, 2015

The Manx Tourist Board (if it exists) does a very poor job of publicising the island as a cultural destination. The neolithic and dark age remains are poorly advertised and poorly signposted but luckily we had a local with us to help. The crosses are...More

2  Thank MarcusHurley
Reviewed June 22, 2015

We visited the church and graves last year. it is where most of my family came from. very neat and tidy. A beautiful drive through some very pretty country.

1  Thank Jan S
Reviewed June 17, 2015

Getting to the village is in itself a nice trip, views are incredible. In the far corner you will find the small church, it holds celtic crosses and is worth taking time to see them. There are some footpaths that take you around for the...More

Thank LadyMalfoy
Reviewed September 18, 2014

This was a particularly special visit for me, as my family originate from here and it was very emotional for me. Having said that I would be surprised if the atmospheric nature of this historic place did not affect any visitor. The site has been...More

4  Thank RKH245
Reviewed October 14, 2013

We visited here on Thursday 10th October. It was a little hard to find and some of the lanes leading to it are very narrow, but it is well worth persevering. It's near Ramsey, on the Isle of Man. A detailed map will show the...More

5  Thank KiwiLynda15
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