Great location for TT, Julie and Phil were awesome hosts and very helpful for a first time visitor. Had great tips with what to see and do as it rained a lot during TT. They were very helpful with giving rides and where I could spectate etc.
A charming historical building with original features. The rooms are large with high ceilings, fully furnished with everything you could want. We rate this as the best b&b we have stayed in for years.
Phil & Julie made us feel very much @ home and very welcoming. As did Ruben & Mabel. It was the little extra touches that made this a very enjoyable stay and this was our 6th visit to IOM and by far the best place we have stayed. Location is ideal...
Very friendly nothing was too much trouble, room spacious spotlessly clean breakfast excellent . Large bed and very comfortable two beautiful dogs to greet each time we came in what more could we ask.
Staying at the Belmont was amazing. The hosts are incredibly hospitable and went out of their way to provide us with information and recommendations. The building itself is one of the nicest I have ever stayed at. Everything was super clean, the breakfast locally sourced and delicious. For the evening there is even a home cinema in the basement one can use. Two very friendly dogs completed the picture of a fantastic B&B. We would have liked to stay longer!
Breakfasts were excellent, prepared to order, and served in a lovely sunroom. Room was well appointed and stocked with tea and coffee and a full range of toiletries. The house is a beautiful restoration of a grand old home on one of the hills behind Douglas, and home to two friendly and charming labradors. Because it is on a hill away from the bustle of the promenade, nights were as peaceful as if we had been in a country house. Our hosts, however, were the real jewel of this stay. Phil and Julie cared for us beyond any expectation we might have had. They were gracious hosts, welcoming, attentive and helpful. Phil found out the sorts of things we wanted to see and do, made recommendations, looked up train times, designed itineraries to meet our needs each day. And recognizing we are not as sprack as we once were, often drove us to the steam or electric trains or offered to pick us up after dinner. It was the high point of a two-week trip to Ireland and the Isle of Man.