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Glen Helen Inn
Glen Helen
St Johns
Isle of Man

IM4 3NP

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Located in a picturesque setting alongside the River Neb, this charming inn provides a modern approach to a traditional setting, with a fully-equipped function room, a contemporary bar and beautiful glen views. Glen Helen Inn has one of the biggest function rooms outside Douglas, capable of catering for up to 150 people (120 seated). Glen Helen Inn offers an imaginative selection of sit down or buffet menus, tailor made to suit your requirements, perfect for weddings, anniversaries or social gatherings. Glen Helen Inn always has a reputation for providing live music entertainment. It is one of the very few venues outside Douglas which has given support to live music and it is a popular venue for social events, fundraisers and parties. With its recently installed wireless network facility, the function room is the ideal venue for corporate events, training sessions and team building events, accompanied by peaceful countryside surroundings.

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Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
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Open All Year
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