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Port St Mary
Decadent, luxurious afternoon teas are served with a glamorous sense of tradition and occasion at Aaron House. Served in their splendid Victorian Dining Room, which enjoys beautiful panoramic views of Port St Mary Bay, you will enjoy a fine...
Set in a purpose built conservatory, the cafe has wonderful views of both the Walled Garden and the famous Winchester gates. The menu features a wide range of delicious home cooked seasonal dishes, light lunches, cakes and teas. It is the ideal...
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14North restaurant is located at the heart of the North Quay in Douglas, the Island's established dining destination. The restaurant offers delightful views over the marina, whether you are sipping a glass of wine on the terrace or enjoying a...
Food & Drink Tour
Moore's is a family business and a working factory and shop. As the last of these traditional curing yards it is now a living museum and visitors are invited to experience a working display of this almost lost culinary art. The tours are excellent...
Castletown Farmers' Market takes place at Southern 100 Clubhouse the third Sunday of each month. Buying locally helps to sustain the Manx community and economy and encourage diversification whilst reducing 'food miles'.
Onchan Farmers' Market takes place at Village Walk Precinct the first and third Friday each month. Buying locally helps to sustain the Manx community and economy and encourage diversification whilst reducing 'food miles'.
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Michael and Belinda, owners of L’Experience since December 2009, are delighted to welcome you to the Island’s longest established restaurant, now in its 33rd year. A firm favourite of romantic couples, business people, families and celebrities alike...
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The Ramsey Park Hotel, Lake View restaurant is just that - a lovely spot to enjoy a relaxing meal overlooking the picturesque Mooragh Lake and serving a full Bistro-style menu that features homemade, seasonal food using fresh, local produce all...
Nature & Wildlife Tour
Isle Of Man
Discover how this cherished family farm has produced high quality lamb, cereals and fruit for over 400 years. A fascinating range of historic farm buildings in a spectacular location overlooking the Ayres National Nature Reserve and the Irish Sea,...
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Fish & Seafood
East Quay, Peel
Situated on Peel’s historic quayside the Boatyard enjoys views of the bustling marina and ancient castle offering you the perfect spot to relax over a delicious lunch or candlelit evening meal. Fresh seafood straight off the boat and local meat from...
Ramsey Farmers' Market takes place at The Storm Cafe, Bowring Road each Saturday. Buying locally helps to sustain the Manx community and economy and encourage diversification whilst reducing 'food miles'.
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Glen Road, Laxey
A lovely little tearoom specialising in Manx Broth, served with true plain Manx bonnag bread, and we have a large selection of cakes to drool over. Dogs are very welcome and will be given their own biscuits and a bowl of fresh water.
St Johns Farmers' Market takes place at Tynwald Mills each Thursday. Buying locally helps to sustain the Manx community and economy and encourage diversification whilst reducing 'food miles'.
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Away from the crowd yet still in the heart of Douglas, HQ Bar and Restaurant is popular with locals and tourists alike. The light spacious interior bears no traces of its former military purposes (previously the headquarters for internment camps...
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Fish & Seafood
Welcome to Tanroagan, a family run seafood restaurant in the heart of the capital’s dining out quarter. As a long established name in Seafood dining, their philosophy is fresh, seasonal and delicious. From the open plan kitchen, your food is...
Isle Of Man
Douglas Farmers' Market takes place in Regent Street Douglas the second Saturday of each month. Buying locally helps to sustain the Manx community and economy and encourage diversification whilst reducing 'food miles'.