Coming by Car

If using Sat Nav, don't use the postcode as you will be directed to the wrong place.  Put in as the desintation: Mallmore, The Promenade, Port St Mary.
If you are not using a Sat Nav then if coming from Douglas, the Airport and Castletown then travel South on the A5 (destination Port Erin / Port St Mary) .  Approaching Port St Mary this road runs along the Shore at Gansey.  Towards the end of the shore  carry on towards Port St Mary (don't take the Port Erin road).  After a few minutes you will come to a crossroads (opposite the primary school).  Turn left, then take the second left (opposite the Co-op, beside the fish and chip shop).  Pass the Town Hall and Mallmore is about halfway along on the left hand side (between Aaron House and Dublin House).

Bus and Steam Train

There is a bus stop at the end of the Promenade with buses to Ronaldsway Airport (25-40 minutes) & Douglas (50-60 minutes). We are 15 miles from the centre of Douglas. Also, the steam railway stop is within a 10-minute walk. You can purchase a one day or multiple day travel pass that gives unlimited access to the buses, steam railway, trams & electric railway up Snaefell - these are available online, from the Sea Terminal in Douglas, from the airport, from Port Erin station and on the steam train (one day only) and bus (one day only). 


Street parking is free, as is the car park at the entrance to The Promenade (opposite the Town Hall). Note that some street parking spaces have time restrictions. Parking discs are available for guests in our information area. These are needed for restricted parking areas around the island.