Sunset Lakes is a truly unique place with fishing lakes, a tackle shop, holiday accommodation and a café and play area.
Access & Location
To get there, from Peel head towards Kirk Michael and turn right just after the roundabout (Oak Road/Reayrt Aalin) onto a little lane. It’s quite well signposted and the lane has passing places.
The café has seating both indoors and outdoors (under cover) with easy access and plenty of room if you had your pram with you.
Highchairs and Baby Change
It was great to see at least seven wooden highchairs so this could be a good place for a group of parents to meet.
The baby changing facilities in the accessible toilet are big and very clean with a drop down changing table.
Food & Drinks
Sunset Lakes Café offers Sunday carvery and is open Wednesday to Saturday with a lunch menu being served from 10am. The children’s menu includes sandwiches and hot meals such as pasta, pizza, chicken nuggets and hotdogs all priced at £4.95. The main menu is filled with mouth-watering options such as flatbreads, ciabattas, sliders, wedges and salads with prices varying from around £6 to £10 per dish. There is so much choice that I’m sure everyone will find something to suit (Gluten free options available). I would recommend you book a table as it is popular.
As well as lovely food, drinks and friendly staff, Sunset Lakes Cafe has an amazing play area outdoors. There is plenty of equipment for the children to enjoy such as slides, a wobbly bridge, a huge chalkboard and boat (to name a few).
It’s worth mentioning that dogs are only allowed outside the front of the café on a grassy area with picnic tables but they are not allowed in the café, play area or around the fishing lakes.