Mount Murray is a hill, 222 metres above sea level, located at the northern end of Santon, near the boundaries with Marown and Braddan parishes. It is named after Lord Henry Murray, 4th Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man. Often referred to simply as The Mount and formerly as Cronk Glass, Mount Murray is home to the Chibbanagh Plantation and the Mount Murray Golf Club. The course is long at 6356 yards. There is a separate driving range.
Following a major fire in 2013, the hotel was demolished and rebuilt as the Comis Hotel, which opened in 2018.