**NEW Opening Hours**
Monday - 10am-4pm
Thursday - 10am-4pm
Friday - 10am-4pm
Saturday - 10am-4pm
Sunday - 11am-2pm (Brunch)
Carla Callaghan, Daily Record reporter, says Patchwork Picnic hamper was 'a feast fit for a king (and queen)' in recent article.
You are assured of a warm welcome at family owned Patchwork Cafe and Guesthouse in the heart of the South of the Isle of Man.
Patchwork cafe and guesthouse occupies a prominent position at the top of Bay View Road in Port St Mary - overlooking Chapel Beach.
Manx home cooking in our street level cafe.
All our food is home cooked and we use local suppliers and producers.
Freshly cooked daily specials
We offer clean, comfortable and airy en-suite bedrooms.
In the local area we have many beautiful walks and lots of really lovely places to eat and drink.
SCUBA diving, sea fishing, boats trips, Cregneash Village, a nine hole golf course, stunning beaches and so much more...
LOCAL ATTRACTIONS & EVENTS:
. T.T. races - 2 weeks - last week in May, first in June
. Manx Grand Prix - end of August, beginning of September
. Scuba Diving from local harbour
. Cregneash - ten minutes drive
. One minute walk from the scenic coastal path
. Fishing: jetty or (reasonable) charter boat fishing options.
. Several good local restaurants - including our own bustling cafe serving home made breakfasts and lunches.
. The world famous Queenie Festival 29 June- 05 July.
. 5 mins Port St Mary Golf Course. Said to have 'one of the best views in the United Kingdom from it's sixth tee'.
.10 Mins Drive to Castletown Golf Links.
Port St Mary harbour offers great fishing for Pollack, Mackerel & Wrasse. With options available for wreck and inshore fishing from several charter vessels. There is also scuba diving from www.discoverdiving.im
There are some beautiful forest trails nearby, full of the smell of pine and practically deserted.
Port St Mary Railway Station is seven minutes walk from Patchwork Cafe
En-suite sea-view double
The world famous T.T. races run the last week in May and the first week in June. It's usually very busy, so why not come for the Southern 100 races at the beginning of July instead?