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me and my family have come over for 4 nights to see the sights of isle of man as we grew up here. it’s still as lovely as ever. Peter was extremely welcoming and helpful. as we had a morning flight we arrived before check-in...More
Stayed here for the manx GP, room was ok bedding and towels very clean, rooms bit cramped but we managed, breakfast was always good and a very good choices, Peter very helpful and obliging, would recommend this guest house.
Had a really good week, for the Classic TT.
Peter was the perfect host, really helpful, breakfast was brilliant, really slept well on the comfy bed, all our needs were met!!
The location was great and although it was a challenge for my friend who...More
Stayed at a well known hotel in Albert Docks, Liverpool the night before sailing to the Isle of Man and spent a very restless night due to the bed being too soft. I thought that this would be the pattern of things to come for...More
Visited IOM with family.
The Melrose is a traditional old 4 storey terraced house.
Well looked after by Peter who runs the Melrose.
Clean rooms , fresh towels , great breakfast !
Even on day we left continental breakfast sitting waiting on us at 5.30...More
US$61 - US$116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
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There are no restrictions on overnight or weekend parking. There is a two hour parking limit Monday-Friday between 8am-6pm which operates by clock disc and there are no parking charges. When you park in the evening simply... More
There are no restrictions on overnight or weekend parking. There is a two hour parking limit Monday-Friday between 8am-6pm which operates by clock disc and there are no parking charges. When you park in the evening simply set the disc to 8am and then you are good until 10am the next morning by which time you will probably be out in your car anyway but if not you can get away with turning the disc on if you are in the area. If you are just wishing to leave the car for a whole day then there is a long stay car park at the bottom of the road. I presume you are coming for the Southern 100 in July. This is a much smaller event than the TT just past and parking will not really be that much different than at any other time. Usually it is possible to get a spot on Christian Road but sometimes you may have to park on a nearby street. The street is wide enough to be able to double park briefly to unload luggage or let passengers out.