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Thursday, September 29, 2011
Carhonnag -- Bed and Breakfast in the Isle of Man
I got an email from Nicky Patterson at Carhonnag B&B. It's Manx and means a field cleared of gorse and bracken. There is nothing wild about the comfortable elegance of Carhonnag today. Set in around three acres of beautiful gardens, orchard and meadow, there are views out to the Lakeland fells (in England) to the east, Snaefell and North Barrule to the south and the Bride hills to the north. The setting is unrivalled. A bed and breakfast establishment with spacious rooms with en-suite or private facilities. Evening meals are available on request with produce from the kitchen garden in season. Family history or walking tours can be arranged to suit your interests if required. Ample parking. If you're planning a trip it looks great! www.carhonnag.com