Menu

Our Sites

The Isle of Man’s 10,000 year history is portrayed throughout the Island in a landscape rich in ancient monuments and in its wealth of historic castles and buildings.

The Abbey Restaurant

The Abbey Restaurant

Next to Rushen Abbey in Ballasalla on the banks of the Silverburn River. This stunning restaurant has quickly established itself as one of the best eating experiences on the Island.

Creg y Shee Tea Rooms

Creg y Shee Tea Rooms

In the heart of Cregneash, the Creg Y Shee offers home-made broth, soups and freshly prepared salads. Afternoon tea with scones and a selection of cakes including traditional Manx Bonnag.

The Coffee Station

The Coffee Station

Adjacent to the House of Manannan visitor attraction on Peel quayside is the recently opened Coffee Station. Housed in part of the old Peel Railway Station building, the Coffee Station is a great place to stop for a break in your visit to Peel.

Cronk ny Merriu

Cronk ny Merriu

Discoveries include:

  • A defensive promontory fort
  • A Norse style building and layout once stood here as part of a system of coastal lookout posts
Lower Silverdale

Lower Silverdale

Lower Silverdale Glen is a pleasant woodland walk from the medieval Monks Bridge in Ballasalla near Rushen Abbey, to the old Creg Mill. This Manx glen has Victorian tree and pleasure garden plantings as well as wild woodland flowers like Bluebells, Wood Sorrel and Primroses.

The Curraghs

The Curraghs

The Curraghs form a mosaic of willow and bog myrtle scrub, sphagnum bog, open water and flower-rich hayfields which support a wide variety of wildlife. They provide a communal winter roost for Hen Harriers and a breeding habitat for a highly endangered migratory bird, the corncrake

Back to top