Castle Mona - Douglas, Isle of Man

Restoring a part of Manx heritage

We have started the complex process of restoring the Castle Mona so that this important part of the Isle of Man's heritage is retained for a future purpose.

Tevir Group recognises the importance of the building to the Isle of Man and its status as a Registered Building. We have started the process of restoring the Castle Mona so that this important part of the Isle of Man's heritage is retained for a future purpose.

The building has been subject to significant amounts of water ingress in recent years and remedial works have been taking place. Planning permission was recently granted in respect of a number of significant repair and renovation initiatives, representing the first phase in the restoration of the historic sections of the building. 

The Castle Mona was designed by George Steuart for the 4th Duke of Athol and was completed in 1804. The exterior of the building is white free stone imported from the Arran quarries. It became a hotel in 1831 and remained so until its closure in 2012. 

Enquiries

Should you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with our team.