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Creek Inn

A child and dog friendly pub serving food with Sky TV and WiFi and a garden in Peel.

Situated on the Quayside, overlooking Peel Hill and the New Marina, The Creek Inn is open from 10am every day. With locally brewed Okell's ales and up to 10 ever-changing guest beers available all year round, The Creek Inn is a Real Ale drinkers paradise, a Cask Marque pub and an active CAMRA supporter. Excellent home-cooked pub food is served every day from 12pm up until 10pm from this family run establishment which has a traditional lounge. Local & UK bands play every weekend throughout the year and nightly during the TT & MGP in the separate bar area. With a large outside seating area, The Creek Inn is the focal point of Peel down on the Quay, especially during the TT & Manx Grand Prix and is probably the Island's best loved Freehouse.

The Quayside, Peel, Isle of Man, IM5 1AT
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01624 842216



Facilities include: Real Ale, WiFi (free), Outside Seating, Dogs Allowed, Child Friendly, Disabled Access, Car Park, Sky, Restaurant, Pool Table, Dartboard, Live Music, Sea, Canal, 1 Room, Board Games, World Cup, Garden, Traditional, Cask Marque,

Mon - Thu: 10:00 - 00:00
Fri - Sat: 10:00 - 01:00
Sun: 10:00 - 00:00

Drink % Brewery
Iceberg 4.1 Titanic Brewery Co Ltd

A full bodied pale ale with light citrus tastes of grapefruit with zesty essences of citrus and floral bouquet

Tasting Notes: Strong citrus aromas linger while this clean-cut pale ale, with hints of grapefruit, creates a powerful hoppy finish.

Sharp's Doom Bar Amber Ale 4.0 Sharp's Brewery Ltd

Doom Bar is a perfectly balanced beer combining subtle yet complex flavours, Doom Bar is both satisfying and deliciously moreish.

Tasting Notes: “The aroma of Doom Bar combines an accomplished balance of spicy resinous hop, inviting sweet malt and delicate roasted notes. The mouth feel is a perfectly balanced and complex blend of succulent dried fruit, lightly roasted malty notes and a subtle yet assertive bitterness. The bitterness remains into the finish with dry fruity notes which implore the drinker to go back for more.” Stuart Howe, Head Brewer.

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We serve the following food styles:

Restaurant, Traditional