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Mount Murray (also known as Mount Murray Hotel and Country Club, Newton, Moor Hall)

Introduction

The house at Mount Murray was improved in 1736. In the mid-19th century the property became an hotel, and the ornamental grounds were expanded to 50 acres. There were walks and a wild garden. A pool and a water garden were formed in late-19th century. The house was demolished and the gardens abandoned in the 20th century. The site is now an hotel, but is not open to the public in the general sense.

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Key Information

Type

Garden

Purpose

Ornamental Garden

Principal Building

Hotel

Survival

Lost

References

References

  • Larch S. Garrad {A History of Manx Gardens} (Isle of Man: Collector's Choice, 1986) 87