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Victory Cafe


Victory Cafe


Victory Cafe is based in a crazy ex Cold War Rotor Radar Station overlooking the 31st Milestone of the TT Racecourse serving homemade British style canteen food. The cafe is also based just by the Bungalow on the Snaefell Mountain Railway. 

A must visit for food lovers and bike lovers alike! 




  • Guide Dogs Permitted


  • Serve lunch

Children & Infants

  • Accept children (Minimum age)

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Provider Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
31st Milestone, TT Race Course, Mountain Road, Snaefell, Isle of Man, IM4 5AF
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Tel+44 (0) 1624 675981

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Opening Times

Opening Times (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)
Monday - TuesdayClosed
Wednesday - Sunday11:00 - 16:00

* The kitchen will close at 3. Keep an eye out for changes and events in the future!

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Victory Cafe can be accessed from:

A18 Mountain Road from Douglas or Ramsey.

A14 Road from Sulby (just by the Methodist Church)

Turning onto the Sartfell Road from the A3 (opposite Barregarrow Church), following the road on to the Beinn-Y-Phott Road which leads up to the A18 Mountain Road, turn left and you should see Victory Cafe just down the road.

Public Transport Directions

Snaefell Mountain is served by the Snaefell Mountain Railway which operates between Laxey Tram Station and Snaefell Mountain in the Summer months. 

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