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 roads.
There is a lovely old church, and some very old gravestones. The earliest one I saw was 1713 - exactly 300 years old.
There is a shelter where there are some ancient Celtic crosses, I understand these are from the neolithic era, and are between 2,000 and 4,000 years old.
It feels very restful and peaceful, looking through the gravestones to the sheep in the paddock and out over the Irish sea.
Public toilets are available very close to the Church grounds, and are signposted.
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