Breakfast 07:15 to 09:30 ( 10:00 weekends and bank holidays.)
Lunch 12:30 to 02:30 Sundays (weekdays as required for parties of 10 or more)
Dinner 06:30 to 09:30 (Ring to book an earlier table if required)
Bar Snacks 05:30 to 09:30
Our chefs excel by cooking with the best local and imported ingredients available, achieving a fine balance of both traditional and contemporary cuisine, complimented by our carefully selected wine list.
Dine in style in our Conservatory Restaurant in which we have now banned smoking or enjoy a quiet drink in a relaxing atmosphere in the bar which is open throughout the
day and until Midnight.
Our dishes are all freshly prepared on the premises, using ingredients sourced from the Isle of Man wherever possible. As the Island is surrounded by the Irish Sea, we also try to utilise a variety of freshly caught seafood supplied by Devereau & Sons www.isleofmankippers.com
All Lamb, Beef & Pork produced on the Island can be traced to the very farm on which the animal was reared, our local agricultural industry having eschewed most of the mass farming techniques used in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. Our butcher, John Chadwick (Harrison & Garrett, Ballahig Farm) also rears cattle and his beasts have triumphed in the local shows on many occasions.
At the Welbeck Hotel, we also make all our own sweets and desserts with the exception of the ice cream which is manufactured by the award winning Davison’s Ice Cream www.davisons.co.im
Close Leece Farm from St. Johns supply us genuinely free-range eggs (the hens actually have 10 acres of fields to roam in, it’s not just a case of the coop manager leaving the cage door open.) Tracey Ridgway, the farmer recently won 1st Prize at the Southern Agricultural Show for her produce. www.closeleecefarm.com
Robinsons who are the largest wholesaler on the Island provide us with just about everything else, including Greeba Farm mushrooms www.greebafarm.co.im which are grown only a few miles away. Of course, not all our vegetables can be locally sourced but they certainly supply Manx food where possible.
Our Cheeseboard is becoming ever more popular and though we make a nod to England and France with Stilton and Brie, the vast majority is manufactured at the Creamery in Tromode who also deliver our butter, milk and cream http://www.isleofmancreamery.com/ The chilli cheddar is my own particular favourite.
The Welbeck was the first hotel on the Isle of Man to become totally ‘No Smoking’ but of course it is now Manx law that no smoking is allowed in public places.Whether you wish to stay in the Hotel, self-catering apartment accommodation or just book in for a meal, you’ll find a great welcome at the Welbeck.
Statement Re. Tips, Gratuities & Service Charges:
There are no service charges added to any bills/invoices at the Welbeck Hotel & Restaurant.
All gratuities are given to the staff, including credit/debit card payments from which we do not deduct an amount to cover any commissions etc. to the banks/credit card companies.
Tips are pooled and handed to Irene (Proprietor.)
The total amount of tips received for the week are added up and divided between the staff and it is distributed according to how many hours they worked in that given week.
There is no ‘points’ system and all members of the workforce are considered equal.
The owners of the business are not shareholders in this system.