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We live on the Isle of Man and wanted to spend a night in Peel along with my sister and brother in law so we could have an evening out without having to use a taxi. We found Albany House online and were very glad...More
This was my 9th or 10th visit to the Isle, and Albany House is my favorite - and now only! - place to stay. Nikki and Nigel really do make this special place feel like home. Thoughtful touches like remembering that I love golden syrup...More
This b&b is probably the best b&b we have ever stayed! From the pick up at the airport, the narrative on the way, the wonderful rooms, the amazing breakfasts and then the drop off, everything was perfect! The little touches from Nikki and Nigel made...More
Stayed in The Fraser room which was lovely. Bed very comfy and breakfast was great. Nigel and Nikki made us very welcome. Great place to stay well worth the money. Peel is lovely. We ate at The Creek great food.
As always we had a wonderful stay with Nikki and Nigel this Christmas. We felt completely at home and spoiled rotten. Amazing breakfast and loved the sweet touches of Christmas gifts too. The room had everything we needed from teas and coffee to cookies and...More
Response from Nikki_Nigel | Property representative |
The Isle of Man Family History Society is based in Peel if you pop in iomfhs with .im at the end it's the web address I can't send you the link in this message - they're open Wed & Sat 2-5pm. They also have a Facebook... More
The Isle of Man Family History Society is based in Peel if you pop in iomfhs with .im at the end it's the web address I can't send you the link in this message - they're open Wed & Sat 2-5pm. They also have a Facebook page which is a good interaction. Beal isn't a common Manx name so it should be easy to find. Also the electronic Manx Museum, now as the imuseum has photos and the census.
Where are you staying whilst on the island?