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A fun drive along a very narrow scenic winding road and then a 5 minute walk

Easily accessible, although the path is through a field it is clearly marked and within a short 5... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2017
Laura T
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Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
Difficult to access

Due to my knee problems, we have to be able to get quite near any such sites to visit, and this one... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2017
Diane E
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in the north east of the island, on a hill between Glenmona and Cornaa, Maughold
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Reviewed 19 February 2017

One of my favorite sites on Isle of Man. Well preserved chambered tomb from 2000 BC with an amazing view of the Irish Sea all the way to England.. What's not to love?! Was a communal burial place for Neolithic chieftains. My bff and I...More

4  Thank FlaHarlock
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Reviewed 9 May 2017

Due to my knee problems, we have to be able to get quite near any such sites to visit, and this one was difficult. By car, it's little single track roads, a ford, and hard to find even using the ordnance survey. Also requires a...More

3  Thank Diane E
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Reviewed 8 June 2017

Easily accessible, although the path is through a field it is clearly marked and within a short 5 minutes walk you arrive at the gate (climb a few steps to the left) and you're there. Interesting stones and history, but only worthwhile visiting enroute to...More

3  Thank Laura T
Reviewed 9 May 2017

Due to my knee problems, we have to be able to get quite near any such sites to visit, and this one was difficult. By car, it's little single track roads, a ford, and hard to find even using the ordnance survey. Also requires a...More

3  Thank Diane E
Reviewed 19 February 2017

One of my favorite sites on Isle of Man. Well preserved chambered tomb from 2000 BC with an amazing view of the Irish Sea all the way to England.. What's not to love?! Was a communal burial place for Neolithic chieftains. My bff and I...More

4  Thank FlaHarlock
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