You’ve arrived in Castletown, a town and former capital in the Isle of Man, situated within the historic parish of Malew. It lies to the south of the island, its centre dominated by the iconic Castle Rushen.

Once the site of fierce battles and sieges, this historic area is now an excellent place to get an Afternoon Tea in Castletown. Why not indulge in an assortment of sandwiches, scrumptious scones and heavenly cake today? Go on – treat yourself. You’ve earned it!

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For several centuries until 1869, Castletown was the capital of the Isle of Man, with the castle itself constructed in 1265 for a Norse king. Successive rules further fortified the structure between the 13th and 16th centuries.

Throughout this period, it changed from being a fortress to a royal residence to a mint and even a prison. Now, of course, it’s a popular tourist destination.

On your next visit here, why not explore Castle Rushen in all its glory? Once lunch comes around, however, be sure to stop in an Afternoon Tea Castletown establishment to satisfy your appetite.