Fancy staying somewhere lively and right in the heart of the action when you visit the Isle of Man? Then why not choose to stay in one of the Island’s pubs or inns?
You could stay in a historic building dating to 1833 in the centre of Castletown. The George has a public bar that serves food, real ales and shows most sporting events. Not far from the Island’s only airport, The George Hotel has ample parking if you want to hire a car while you’re here to explore the Island at your own pace.
Also in the south is The Railway Station in Port St Mary. The traditional family pub is set in a beautiful rural location and is only a 10-minute walk away from the nearest beach. Here you can enjoy views of the countryside and a working steam railway!
Or for something a little more traditional, you could try the Baltic Inn situated in the heart of a small village. With an authentic down-to-earth atmosphere, it is the only pub in Foxdale so you’ll find a good mix of locals to converse with during your stay.
For those wanting to try a spot of surfing, kayaking or canoeing during your visit, check out The Shore situated front-line on Gansey Bay. Offering open log fires and craft beers, it provides an excellent place to relax and recharge after a morning of watersports.
During the TT fortnight, the Isle of Man welcomes thousands of visitors from around the world, so make sure you book your accommodation early if you’re planning on coming to the Island during this time.