Niarbyl Café and visitor centre is situated on the west coast of the Island midway between Peel and Port Erin. Positioned on the headland above the beach, it provides fantastic panoramic views all year round with a spectacular coastal outlook to both the North and South.

The Niarbyl Cafe and Visitor Centre, run jointly by MNH (Manx National Heritage) and Nigel and Marilyn Dobson, was previously a private residence and was acquired for the nation by MNH in November 2004.




Front of House Manager Anthony Mingins
and his staff always provide a warm welcome
to both new visitors and old friends alike, and
Head Chef Taf Gordon makes sure that there
are plenty of delicious options to tempt you.

Niarbyl Café has a clean, bright and modern
décor yet still feels old fashioned and friendly.
The Café was extensively refurbished in 2005
incorporating large plasma screens through
the building telling the Niarbyl story.

Located near the village of Dalby on the west side
of Island.

Take any roads sign posted to Peel or the west. Once in Peel, head south towards Glen Maye, Dalby and Port Erin. At Dalby locate a small sign near the roadside pointing to Niarbyl, which is near the coast.


Tel: 01624 843300



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