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“The Waldick Guest House, Peel.”
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Waldick Hotel
Ranked #5 of 5 Peel B&B and Inns
Reviewed 31 August 2013

My son and I came here on our motorbikes for the Manx GP and Festival Week. The Isle of Man is a very interesting and pretty place to visit, it's not all about bike races, more people should come and find out. Peel is a very attractive resort, with a great beach and the large, historic Peel Castle adding to the scenic panorama view we had from the family room on the third floor overlooking the sea. The Waldick is well positioned on the sea front and within easy walking distance of everything, including a good choice of places to eat and the outstanding House of Mannanan Museum, which gives a fascinating history of the island and includes a brilliant replica Viking long-boat, which was sailed here from Denmark by a combined Manx and Danish crew.
The Waldick appears to have been recently renovated, our room was very comfortable with good facilities and excellent large en-suite with large spa type bath.
Staff were courteous and helpful, there was wide choice for breakfast including a generous full English, promptly served.

Room Tip: Ask for a sea-view. Bring your cheque book or cash, because at present they don't take cards.
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 19 August 2013

Almost hidden at the eastern end of Peel promenade, the Waldick Hotel occupies a fine Victorian brick building next to the bowling green. We arrived on the bus from the airport - the hotel is 5 minutes' walk from the bus stop at Peel Town Hall. We stayed for a week.

The decoration and amenties are old fashioned but clean and practical. We had a 'family' room with a magnificent sea view (see photo) on the third floor. The room was spacious for two with a big bathroom and desk space on a side wing. The bed was large and confortable and we could open or close the windows as we wished.

The promenade goes nowhere, so there is virtually no traffic noise - just the sound of the waves breaking on the beach below. Fifty metres to the left of the hotel, steps go down from the promenade to the beach so we could swim in the crystal clear water. Eider ducks pass to and fro and, in the mornings and evenings, gannets from the Scottish isles come to fish with specular dives into Peel bay in front of your window. From time to time, a solitary grey seal swims quietly past. Fishing boats and sailing ships can be seen entering and leaving the harbour before and after high tide.

Breakfast was ample and excellent, freshly cooked to order, with friendly, rapid and efficient service. The Manx kippers, in particular, were perfect.

All this for a very reasonable price. We will surely be back.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Ian F
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Reviewed 7 May 2013

We stayed here in May 13 with 8 friends in 5 rooms. We ended up with a family room as we asked for a sea view. The room was large and bathroom spacious on the 1st floor but our friends who also got a sea view was room small with a cupboard for a bathroom. Rooms seemed well equipped with tea and coffee making facilities and replaced everyday. Was nice to also get bottled water.
We had a few issues with the plumbing and hot water but the management did eventually get it sorted out & we didn't have to share bathrooms anymore!!!
The breakfast is lovely and plenty of choice.
We came to a deal over the cost of the rooms due to the water issue and left happy people.
The position in Peel is nice and it is at the end of the road so you do not get any passing traffic and it is only a 5 minute walk to the pubs & shops. Plenty of parking outside the B&B but nothing secure for motorcycles.

Room Tip: the 1st floor or second floor family rooms are best.
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank kate j
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Reviewed 7 May 2013

Just back after spending 3 nights at the Waldick in a single room. The room was warm and conmfartable with a good shower. Not a great view as it looks onto next doors wall but wasn't in the room much anyway. Breakfast was good and would use the hotel again

Room Tip: Room 3 is a good sized single
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank zxr1960
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Reviewed 17 November 2012

Waldick Hotel is the last in a row of houses along the Marine Parade, a promenade-like street with nice sea view. I arrived by bus from Douglas and the hotel was about 15 min walking time from the bus station. From the Peel Castle, it may be as far as 20 min walk.
I got a room on the first floor that was clean and cosy though not too spacious, with TV and basic amenities. Everything, including the shower and toilet, was in working and good condition.
There is a small dining room on the ground floor where breakfast is served. I met two Russian-speaking women there and learnt something about Russian immigrant life on the Isle of Man, which was a surprise.
Overall, this is a nice small hotel, conveniently located and with a very reasonable pricing (35 pound per night in my case).

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled solo
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Reviewed 3 July 2012

Given large room at the back but no-one else staying there so that was a disappointment as its in a great location . For me the bed was too soft and a small size. The duvet was old and had a hole in it. with a little more care it would have been good value for money. Perhaps there seems little competition to make standards just that better. Didnt see anyone around other than breakfast and conversation was not forthcoming.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 16 May 2012

This hotel is fine, and they let us put our bikes inside, safe and away from the weather. Coffee at breakfast was instant and the Manx kipper deserved better treatment.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank Helen E
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Additional Information about Waldick Hotel

Address: 9 Marine Parade, Peel IM5 1PB
Region: United Kingdom > Isle of Man > Peel
Amenities:
Beach Free Breakfast Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Suites
Hotel Style:
Ranked #5 of 5 B&Bs / Inns in Peel
Price Range: £75 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 14
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Waldick is located in a wonderful sea-view position overlooking the Irish Sea and the magnificent, historic Peel Castle. From the hotel it is only a short walk to the centre of the town with its local shops and interesting historical streets. Peel also boasts an 18-hole golf course, which again is only a short walk from the Waldick Hotel. Peel has in the heart of the town the outstanding and award-winning House of Manannan, which every visitor to the Isle of Man should visit. The capital of the Island, Douglas, is about 30 minutes drive and offers a wide range of comprehensive shopping facilities and further activities and sights for the visitor. Peel is located also conveniently to the South of the Island for Port St Mary and Port Erin, and likewise to Ramsey in the North. The hotel is ideally located for walking, birdwatching, golf and other activities. The Waldick is a non-smoking hotel. ... more   less 
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Waldick Hotel Peel, Isle Of Man

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