DescriptionNew for 2022!
Cascadia House is a recently renovated terraced house offering self-catering accommodation in Ramsey, Isle of Man. Lovingly restored and furnished to a high standard, guests can expect a wonderfully comfortable stay.
Featuring an art-deco style throughout, Cascadia House's interior is eye-catching. Enjoy its' chandeliers, standalone bathtub in the master en-suite and delightfully repurposed furniture to name just a few. This, combined with quality appliances and an extensive selection of books and games, exudes a superb homely feel.
Cascadia House's location is excellent. Mooragh Park is also just around the corner, popular with locals and visitors alike. The park has excellent leisure facilities and attractions, where visitors can find tennis courts, a bowling green and a crazy golf course. Watersport activities are available on the lake in the summer too! To top it off, Mooragh Park is a registered Dark Skies Site, from which you may even be able to see the northern lights on the horizon when the conditions are just right! There is also a public swimming pool just a few minutes walk away.
The Grove Museum provides an insight into the life of a Victorian family who built the house in the 20th Century. There are other Victorian attractions in Ramsey, such as the Queen's Pier and the Manx Electric Railway which runs from Ramsey to Douglas via Laxey. From Laxey, you can board the Mountain Railway which snakes up through the hills to Snaefell, the highest peak on the Isle of Man!
There are plenty of walks in the north of the island. Experience miles of beaches from Ramsey (just minutes away) right up to the tip of the island at The Point of Ayre and The Ayres National Nature Reserve. There is also some unexpected wildlife to explore in The Curraghs, where you can explore the wetlands and its' resident wallabies!
Cascadia House is a short walk from both of Ramsey's supermarkets and the town centre is a short walk away, featuring restaurants, pubs, cafes and shops.
Holiday Let Features
Visit Isle of Man rating: Rating pending
Kitchen: Rangemaster oven, induction hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, wine cooler, coffee machine, USB socket charging ports, underfloor heating. Also featuring a breakfast bar.
Dining/Living Room: Dining table with ample seating, Smart TV, log burner with log store in the coffee table, sofa, two armchairs
Sun Room: Access to the garden and a lovely place to unwind
Garage: Single garage with electric door for guest use
Outdoor: Enclosed walled garden with outdoor furniture and BBQ.
Bedroom: King size bed, bedside tables, dressing table with hairdryer, wardrobe
Drawing Room: Two sofas, Smart TV (hidden in cabinet), electric fire, USB charging ports
Bathroom: Shower, WC, basin, washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing facilities
Master Bedroom: Super King-size bed, chest of drawers, drawer unit with hairdryer and straighteners, wardrobe, arm chair. Featuring a Chandelier
En-suite bathroom: Free-standing bathtub, double-width shower, basin, WC
Parking: Private car parking is provided in a private garage, suitable for one small car or bikes. There is also on-street parking.
Changeover Day: Flexible. Arrival 4:00pm - Departure 10:00am
Power and Heating: Electricity included in rent.
Free Wi-Fi: Included
Bedding and Linen: Bed linen & towels provided, not including beach towels.
Children: Not suitable for small children
Pets: No pets accepted
Shop: 0.5 ml Pub: 0.5 ml
Mobility: You must use stairs in Cascadia House so it may not be suitable for those with reduced mobility
FeaturesNear a pub, Near a shop, Free Wifi, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, BBQ, Log burner, Private Parking , Linen Provided , Hairdryer, Garage, Outdoor seating, Towels provided, En-suite bathroom
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Graeme, Ellesmere Port wrote a review on 19th of June 2022
A lovely house in a good areaWe enjoyed our stay at Cascadia House. Very comfortable Beds and sofa. Every thing you need for a home base. Locatated in Ramsey near the park and lovely lake. Nice walks staight from home. Peel and Port Erin are beautiful and there is plenty to do. Lady next door very friendly and gave some excellent advise and things to do. House is three floors with main bedroom at the top with en-suite with smaller bedroom on the floor below. Kitchen was well equipped, with everything you could possibly need to self cater. Parking was an issue a couple of times when there was no room to park or parking was very tight. There is two living areas. In the basement or middle floor. We used the basement all the time as it was very comfortable and next to the open plan kitchen. The basement has very little natural light, so we had to put lights on quite a bit. Excellent power showers. There is blackout curtains everywhere in the house apart from in the main bedroom, which was a bit strange. All in all a lovely well kept and maintained home.