Now I know a golf club isn’t your usual choice for a child-friendly restaurant but bear with me as you might be pleasantly surprised about what Port St Mary Golf Pavilion has to offer!
Location & Access
If you travel into Port St. Mary, get yourself onto Queen’s Road then head towards the sea, turn right and right again onto Kallow Point Road and the Golf Pavilion is directly ahead of you. There is quite a lot of parking along the road but on a weekend or if there is a golf competition on it can be quite busy.
Access into the restaurant is easy as there’s a ramp and there’s a little space to park up your pram if it isn’t too busy.
Food & Drink
Port St Mary Golf Pavilion have a children’s menu which includes a main meal (sausages, fish, chicken nuggets or a sandwich), glass of squash and ice cream for dessert. The children are able to choose which paper menu they would like to colour in. Millie’s drink was served in a beaker with a lid and her food came with small metal cutlery which was brilliant.
The adult main meals are delicious and my husband said that his steak pie was ‘the best he’s ever had‘ which is high praise from him indeed.
Changing facilities can be found in the accessible toilet and includes a drop-down changing table with complimentary nappy bags, wipes and even some nappies.
They have three Ikea highchairs (with trays) and they even have the inflatable insert to support younger babies (we used one when Millie was about 6-7 months old as she was often too small to be secure in a highchair).
There are a lot of activities to keep children of all ages entertained including bead mazes, books, colouring, dominoes and drafts.
There is also a play area nearby over at Clifton Road which is a little drive away (you could maybe walk but with a toddler might take a while).