You’ve arrived in the Isle of Man (sometimes known simply as Mann), a self-governing British Crown dependency. Contrary to popular belief, this beautiful, unique island is not part of the United Kingdom, similar to Jersey and Guernsey.

However, when it comes to having an Afternoon Tea in the Isle of Man, you’re without a doubt in luck. Browse from the list below to find a delightful place to indulge. Go on – treat yourself today!

This culturally significant area finds itself in the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Ireland. Historically, people have lived here since before 6,500 BCE. Millenia later, in 627 CE, Edwin of Northumbria conquered the land along with most of Mercia.

By the 9th century, Norsemen had established the Kingdom of the Isles, which included the Isle of Man. In 1266, the island became part of Scotland, then England, then Scotland again, then England again!

Eventually, the Isle of Man determined its own future, which today remains ever-bright. Tourists come from far and wide to appreciate its captivating landscape and charming settlements.

Places of interest include Douglas (the capital and largest town), Castletown, Peel and Ramsey. Wherever you go, no matter what you do, you’re bound to find an Afternoon Tea Isle of Man venue.