Been coming here for the past 7 years on business, very clean, great service, hospitality is second to none, lovely food, feels like home every time I come. Recommend this hotel to anybody weather personal or business.
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came here for a family meal ( 4 of us ) on arrival greeted by a nice young lady who showed us to our table, ordered 3 starters waited almost 45 minutes for them to arrive. only about 12 or 14 people in whole place...More
Decided to try their Sunday lunch. Only fifteen pounds for three massive portions. Really couldn’t eat it all but tried hard! Thoroughly recommend the restaurant and the bar has a wide selection of locally brewed traditional ales.
We stumbled upon this place after getting a little confused by Douglas' streets and we were very glad we did. The food was excellent. It offered a small but very well though out menu with an emphasis on local ingredients. I ordered the lamb shank...More
On arrival we were met by Angela who was very friendly, and helpful, but our bubble was soon burst when she showed us our room, that was in another building, so every morning we had to walk up the hill to the breakfast room.The room...More
Only stayed one night, but this place is a cracker, just situated off the promenade its about a 10 minute walk into the town centre. The bedroom wasnt large but really well apointed, clean and fresh, coffee tea all supplied , flat screen tv and...More
This bar was part of the Mereside Hotel. It got its name because because during WW2 it was the HQ of the Internment Camps administration. Breakfasts were standard hotel fair, but well cooked and plentiful. Dinners similar, with huge platefuls.Pleasant sitting area in front.
Slightly hidden, one street back from the seafront, this was a really nice restaurant. Good selection on offer and great quality.