The farm has the Isle of Man Coastal footpath running through it for 2 miles and there are countless other lovely tracks and wildlife to enjoy on foot and bike. We have several guides, which you are welcome to borrow, and we can also provide a packed lunch. The tourist office has details on the 6 cycling trails through the islands countryside. These trails offer something for every ability.
We can arrange:
sea kayaking, rock climbing, coasteering (with Adventurous Experiences);
pony trekking (with Ballahimmin Stables)
guided walks (with Go-MannAdventures.com)
The Island boasts 9 golf courses. The closest being Peel Golf course which is a 5 minute drive away. See also: isleofmangolf.im
Basking Shark, Wildlife trips and trips to the Calf of Man are available with Mike Keggin and depart from Pt St Mary Harbour. You will experience some of the best coastal scenery, and see a host of marine life from basking sharks to sea birds. See also manxseafishing.com
The House of Mannanan is located in Peel on the quayside and is where you can learn, through state of the art techniques, about the Island’s rich Celtic, Viking and Maritime past. In fact Peel has 5 museums to visit!
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The Creek Inn, East Quay, Peel – 01624 842216
Pub food, specialising in fish dishes.
The Boatyard, East Quay, Peel – 01624 845470; delicious local food, especially seafood.
Jade Harbour Chinese, East Quay, Peel – 01624 845352
Located on the quayside within the historic “smugglers caves” Food and surroundings are excellent. Also offers takeaway.
The Highwayman, Ballawattleworth Estate, Peel – 01624 842386
Family friendly pub/restaurant, providing a varied menu to suit most tastes. Serves local and guest ales. The playground outside is great for children.
Royal India Restaurant, Athol Place, Peel – 01624 845678
Indian cuisine. Good menu and friendly staff. Also offers takeaway
The Marine Hotel, Promenade, Peel – 01624 842337
Pub food, large portions and extensive menu.
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