The time has come, unquestionably, for you to have a delicious, indulgent Afternoon Tea in Peel. This seaside town and small fishing port finds itself on the Isle of Man, located within the historic parish of German.

It is the fourth-largest settlement on the island after Douglas, Romsey and Onchan. Situated on the west coast, there are many reasons to visit Peel. This, of course, includes treating yourself to an assortment of sandwiches, scrumptious scones and heavenly cake.

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The history of this town dates back several hundreds of years, with Norsemen first arriving and developing the area from around the 9th century.

What is today known as Peel, as well as the rest of the Isle of Man, was eventually ceded to Scotland through the Treaty of Perth in 1266. The island then came under English rule during the 14th century before achieving relative autonomy in 1765.

Throughout this period, Peel continued to develop its thriving fishing industry.

The arrival of the railway in 1873 saw Peel transform into a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors from across the island and beyond. Little has changed today, with the town now hosting several Afternoon Tea Peel venues.

Why not treat yourself to a nice spot of lunch on your next trip here? Expect professional service and delicious delicacies in whichever Tearoom you decide upon.