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“A lovely garden, a must on your visit to the Isle of Man”

Milntown House and Gardens
Ranked #2 of 9 things to do in Ramsey
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Owner description: Milntown is set in over fifteen acres of beautiful gardens in the North of the Isle of Man, near Ramsey and is one of the Island’s most historic houses. Originally the home of one of the leading families on the Isle of Man -the ‘Christians’ - Milntown has also been a school for young ladies and a hotel. More recently it once again reverted to being a private house owned by Lady Edwards and subsequently her son Sir Clive. Upon his death, in 1999, a Trust was created to maintain the house and gardens for the benefit of the Manx people, in line with the wishes of Sir Clive. Milntown House is open for tours each Wednesday and Saturday from April - September. Garden Tours are held monthly, please visit our website for further information regarding tours and other events held at MilntownMilntown also has a restaurant that can cater for up to sixty private diners or an elite fine dining experience for up to 14 guests in the old Milntown dining room. Larger numbers can also be catered for with a bespoke marquee in the stunning garden.
Reviewed 10 August 2012

This is a hidden gem beautiful gardens, such a variety of plants and flowers. We had a coffee and returned again for a meal later in the week.The entry cost is well below average, they could charge a good deal more. The meal was lovely, we all chose something different and all meals were excellent. Leave room for the sweet, really yummy. We will be back

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Reviewed 19 July 2012

We have just had a guided tour round Milntown Gardens. We have visited a number of times before and every time there has been something new. The gardens are really attractive and interesting and are in a wonderful setting. Having a tour with the garden designer, Richard Lucas, really added to the experience but this only happens once a month in the summer so if you are interested you need to book!

Thank Graham J
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Reviewed 18 July 2012

Just got back from a wonderful tour around the gardens of Milntown. They really are a gem, and being added to all the time. I visited this garden a few years ago and could not believe the transformation. I believe the gardens have been re-designed by Richard Lucas with some most unusual plants. I will certainly be visiting again soon. I must make a note to visit in each season. If you visit the Isle of Man you must make a note to visit this garden, in the North of the Island, Ramsey.

Thank Gail F
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Reviewed 18 July 2012

Had a guided tour of the gardens,by the award winning designer Richard Lucas, what a treat. Had a superb time, beautiful gardens, with a lot more to offer in the future. A little haven in the middle of Ramsey all being brought back to a magnificent splendour by Richard and the gardeners at Milntown. Well worth a visit.
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Thank Bryn J
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Reviewed 3 September 2017
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