Port St Mary Town Hall

Type:Wedding Venue

Port St Mary Town Hall

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About

Opened in 1898, the town hall is nestled away in the quiet fishing village of Port St Mary in the south of the island. Set on the village's Victorian promenade, the town hall looks over the secluded beach with the tranquil deep water harbour also within walking distance. 

Port St Mary Town Hall also provides a unique venue for holding weddings and receptions in a peaceful area with ample parking as well as the stunning views down to the harbour and out across the Irish Sea. The spacious main hall can comfortably seat 200 guests and it is beautifully designed with a high-ceilinged roof, raised stage area and large windows that look out across Chapel Bay. 

For the more intimate occasion, there is also the Board Room which has views out across the bay, a beautiful stone feature wall and unique Manx tartan materials for the authentic Manx setting.

Alternatively there is the West Room which has a kitchen for caterers and can seat up to 40 guests, as well as providing the ideal location for conferences, exhibitions and meetings. 

Whatever your occasion, there's room for it in Port St Mary Town Hall. 

Hire prices begin at £20 per session, please email or telephone for more details. 

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Disabled Accessibility

Venue Facilities

  • Catering Facilities on site
The Promenade, Port St Mary, Isle Of Man, Isle Of Man, IM9 5DA
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Tel01624 832101

Map & Directions

Road Directions

The Town Hall is located on the right as you turn onto the Promenade, with plenty of parking available in the car park located directly opposite on the left hand side of the road.

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