A small town located on the west coast of the island. The people are welcoming and friendly. They’ll pass the time of day with you, be helpful if you’re lost. It’s like stepping back in time, though don’t worry we have all mod cons now, electricity, wifi and thankfully we’ve now inside toilets!
Enjoy some of the best fine dining on the island at Filbey’s or The Boatyard. The Marine, The Creek & Highwayman offer excellent pub food. We’ve Chinese, Indian and Pizza places. Little cafes and kiosk dotted around town. Enjoy eating fish and chips overlooking the beach or harbour.
Three very interesting and informative museums in Peel. Grab a guided tour of the Kipper factory. Walk around the town, look out for the information boards around town, they’ll tell you the history. Visit the islands only Cathedral, walk around it’s gardens, currently on its journey of being built. Or just sit, relax and enjoy watching the world go by on the beach.
Around the quayside and harbour you’ll find places of places to park. It’s all free. There is also a well t.
Albany House B&B sits imperially above the majestic promenade of the ancient city of Peel famous for its long, lingering summer sunsets, golden sands, historic castle and fishing history. It was practically the kipper smoking capital of the world.
Some come stay at Albany House B&B and enjoy the delights of Peel, you won’t be disappointed.
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