Lhisagh Cashtal Mona ve currit er-ash myr foays ashoonagh
Ta çhebbeyder son Cashtal Mona roish shoh, gra dy vel eh geearree gobbraghey marish ooilley yn sleih as anaase oc er y troggal ard-ghooagh, dy hickyraghey dy bee eh er ny chummal seose gys y leval syrjey.
Ian James Clanton, as enney er neesht myr HM the Sole, t'eh jannoo e hraaght PhD mychione yn shenn troggal, as t'eh laccal dy bee eh currit er-ash myr foays ashoonagh son yn Ellan.
T'eh toiggit dy row çheb gyn ennym jeant son Cashtal Mona, Jeheiney shoh chaie - çheb va grait dy ve ny shlee na kerroo millioon punt.
Cant theayagh va soit son Jelune son ynnyd Chashtal Mona, v'eh scryssit eisht.
Mnr Clanton, ren co-chaslys tree towse jeh'n çhenn thie-oast er y gherrid, t'eh gra dy vel eh geearree gobbraghey marish çhebbeyderyn erbee chammah as y co-phobble ynnydagh dy choadey yn ynnyd.
T'eh gra dy vel feme ayn dy chummal seose troggalyn Manninagh s'llhieu eiraght gyn cosoylaght.
Castle Mona should be restored as national asset
A previous bidder for the Castle Mona says he wants to work with all parties interested in the landmark building to ensure it's preserved to the highest standard.
Ian James Clanton, also known as HM the Sole, is conducting his PhD thesis on the historic building and wants to see it restored as a national asset for the Island.
It's understood an anonymous offer, reported to be more than a quarter million pounds, was lodged for the Castle Mona last Friday - a public auction for the site, set to be held on Monday, was then cancelled.
Mr Clanton, who's recently conducted a 3D mapping of the histtoric hotel, says he wants to work with any bidders and the local community to protect the site.
He says Manx buildings with a unique heritage need to be maintained.