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Bishopscourt Glen

Type:Glen

Bishopscourt Glen

About

The Picturesque glen, located just north of Kirk Michael, was formerly part of the private garden belonging to the Bishops of Sodor and Man, whom resided at Bishop’s Court, opposite the Glen’s entrance. Enriched in history, locals and tourists alike will enjoy the many scenic features of the glen, many developed by previous Bishop’s and their families. A feature, hidden from view is small cave with a carved stone seat – a favourite among children and families.

Facilities

Provider Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Dogs Accepted

Provider Features

  • In countryside

Target Markets

  • Family Fun
  • Marketed Towards Families
  • Marketed Towards Senior Citizens
Main Road, Ballaugh

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Opening Times

* Open all year round

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From Douglas, take the A1 road to Ballacraine and turn right onto the A3. Follow the A3 until you are north of Kirk Michael. The Glen is situated on the right on the main road to Ramsey.

Public Transport Directions

Bishopscourt Glen can be accessed via bus and car.

By Bus: For further information regarding bus timetables visit www.bus.im

What's Nearby

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    2.36 miles away
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Kirk Michael Beach, Kirk MichaelAlong the North-East coast of the Isle of Man lies Kirk Michael beach. The long stretch of sandy beach is accessible by ramp and offers stunning views of the coast and nearby rugged cliffs.

Ballaugh Plantation, BallaughBallaugh is home to Sitka Spruce and Japanese Larch. It has two large amenity ponds which were created in the lower part of the forest.

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