Albert Hotel

Isle of Man - Douglas

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed

3 Chapel Row
Douglas
IM1 2BJ

Tel: (01624) 673632

Real Ale: Yes

Nearby Station: Douglas

Station Distance: 400m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Douglas) and Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

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This pub was first licensed 1862 and has had various names over the years. It has also had refits, the latest being back in the 1960s. The right-hand public bar has ply panelling painted a mahogany colour and two sections of fixed bench seating with red-button leatherette covering. The left-hand saloon also has ply panelling painted mahogany and a section of fixed bench seating taking up three sides of the rear.The servery opens to both bars and has ply-panel counter fronts and modest wood shelves. A typical modest (and cheap) refit of the 1960s.

First licensed 1862 and has had various names over the years. Ground floor pub in three storey block. Latest refit stated to be in 1960s. Right hand Public bar has 3/4 high ply panelling painted mahogany and two sections of fixed bench seating with red button leatherette covering. Servery open to both bars has ply panel fronts and modest wood shelves. Left hand Saloon also has 3/4 high ply panelling painted mahogany and one section of similar fixed bench seating taking up three sides of the rear. A typical modest (and cheap) refit of the 1960s.

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