Places to Eat and Drink in Castletown
Check out our exclusive top picks of the best places to eat and drink around Castletown during the Southern 100 race week…
The George Hotel is a listed building steeped in history with its origins dating back to 1833; it’s even earned itself a place on the Castletown ghost walk.
Located in Castletown Square opposite Castle Rushen, it’s the perfect pit stop for exploring the castle and other sightseeing places of interest in Castletown.
Children and the older generation are also catered for with meals to suit varying sizes of appetite and taste.
Tel: 01624 838991
The Whitestone Inn, Ballasalla
The Whitestone Inn is a very popular local pub which caters for all. There is a separate dining area, where you can enjoy delicious home-cooked food in a relaxed, friendly environment.
All food is freshly prepared and locally sourced wherever possible and they cater for children and senior citizens with smaller portions.
There’s parking onsite, a small garden to the rear of the pub and it’s located just a few minutes walk from the Ballasalla steam railway station and a five minute drive from the airport.
Tel: 01624 822334
Castle Deli, Castletown
Homemade takeaway food for breakfast, lunch or just a coffee and snack. They offer a wide range of freshly prepared dishes from their Hot Cabinet, including full Manx Breakfast with their own homemade sausages along with a great range of breakfast rolls.
The lunch menu includes cottage pie, Manx beef chill, curries and pasta bakes all served with rice, chips, salad or jacket Potato. Wash your delicious food down with freshly ground coffee or a fresh smoothie.
Tel: 01624 824863
No.19 Langness, Castletown
No.19 Langness is a café, bar, and grill offering breakfast, fresh c
offee, handmade cakes, lunches and afternoon tea. The menu changes daily and all food is prepared by highly experienced chef, Dave Evans, using the finest local Manx ingredients wherever possible.
No.19 is situated in the clubhouse of Castletown Golf Links and boasts natural light with stunning views across the beautiful Derbyhaven bay, 1st and 18th fairways, as well as the Irish Sea.
Tel: 01624 822211
Colby Glen Hotel, Colby
Located close to the Colby Steam Train Station, the Colby Glen is a picturesque country pub and the perfect place to pop in for lunch after a walk through the beautiful Glen in the south of the Island.
They offer generous portions of home-cooked traditional food at a reasonable price, all prepared from locally sourced ingredients wherever possible and children are catered for with their own special menu.
Tel: 01624 834853
Curry Club, Castletown
The Manx Curry Club is an exciting new venture, offering a whole range of special offers and promotions at our outlets.
As well as great offers there’ll be featuring recipes with step-by-step guides for how to create some of their signature regional dishes in your own home – but there’ll still be looking forward to welcoming you at their restaurants!
Tel: 01624 822226
The Sidings, Castletown
This friendly pub in Castletown always has a large range of real ales available, and is the 2012 CAMRA Pub Of The Year for the Isle of Man.
They have freshly cooked food available at lunchtimes, all week, with a regular menu and daily specials.
There’s pool and darts teams, a regular quiz and musical entertainment on a Saturday evening.
Station Road, Castletown, Isle of Man, IM9 1EF,
Tel: 01624 823 282
The Castle Arms (The Glue Pot), Castletown
Quaint, cosy and full of charm from a bygone era. ‘The Glue Pot’ as it is far better known sits right on the harbour in Castletown and is literally a stone’s throw from Castle Rushen. The story goes that it was built in 1750 by a wealthy man for his daughter and since then the building has been many things before finally becoming the pub everyone knows and loves today.
The name ‘glue pot’ derives from when smugglers used to pop in for some light refreshment and find it difficult to leave and the name just stuck (no pun intended)! This pub is a hot spot for the World Tin Bath Races, the Southern 100 and the Manx rally. The Glue Pot boasts it’s the closest pub to any castle wall in the UK and the only pub to appear on a currently circulated bank note.
Quayside, Castletown, Isle of Man,
Tel: 01624 824673
Patchwork Café, Port St Mary
Thrifty, cute and delicious, Patchwork is a destination café in the heart of Port St Mary. Owners Rich and Adrienne Ashcroft’s mission ‘Always Homemade’ means they are serious about simple, locally sourced food.
Since opening in 2011, Patchwork has established an excellent reputation for their home cooked breakfasts, lunches, daily specials, ice cream and home baking and great coffees in a relaxed atmosphere.
Tel: 01624 836418
Aaron House, Port St Mary
Enjoy truly indulgent afternoon teas at Aaron House served in the Victorian dining room with panoramic sea views over Chapel Bay. A decadent homemade afternoon tea presented on a tiered cake stand with a glamorous sense of tradition and occasion.
The Aaron House Afternoon Tea includes a selection of finger sandwiches, sausage rolls, savoury tarts, freshly baked scones, Manx cream, seasonal jams, fruit salad and an array of homemade cakes, all served with our fine selection of teas and coffees.
Tel: 01624 835702
Information provided by Phil Wain.
Now you know where the best places to eat and drink are, check out the course guide of the Southern 100 so you don’t miss out on any of the action!