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The Glen Mona Hotel closes and sale sign goes up

Popular TT-time destination underwent a refurb in 2017

A popular pub and guest house in the east of the Island has closed and a 'for sale' sign has gone up.

Staff put a post on social media outlining that they were leaving the Glen Mona Hotel with immediate affect.

Since then the destination, much loved by tourists during TT, has appeared on estate agent listings.

Cowley Groves is advertising the property at an asking price of £389,000 and viewings are now available.

Reasons behind the closure haven't yet been disclosed but it's understood the decision to shut up shop was a difficult and emotional one.

It comes after the public house had a major refurbishment in 2017.

It's the only venue of its kind in the small village and served as a convenience store during the coronavirus lockdown.

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