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A thriving capital with a picturesque prom

Very much the Victorian-style seaside town with a curving row of impressive buildings arching along the Promenade, Douglas is the Isle of Manís largest town. Although now a busy financial centre with thriving shops, cafes, bars and places of entertainment, a walk around town will unearth a myriad places of historic interest, quayside pubs and the starting point of both the Steam and Manx Electric Railways.

Why visit Douglas?

  • Victorian architecture
  • Manx Museum
  • Busy promenades
  • Trams and railways
  • Shopping
  • Gaiety Theatre and Villa Marina
  • Extensive array of eateries
  • Variety of accommodation
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Ascot - Exterior



The Ascot is situated just off the main promenade, offering a very comfortable base in Douglas.

Chesterhouse - Exterior



This hotel occupies an excellent location on Loch Promenade in Douglas, facing the sea front.

Rutland - Exterior



Situated overlooking Douglas Bay on the exclusive Queens Promenade close to the Villa Marina.

The Mannin - Exterior

The Mannin


The Isle of Man's newest hotel offers modern, comfortable accommodation in the heart of Douglas, adjacent to the Villa Marina complex and Gaiety Theatre.

Sefton - Atrium



A classic Victorian hotel crafted from a more elegant age.

Kings Guest House - Exterior

Kings Guest House

This delightful guest house offers beautiful sea views from its position on the Queens Promenade. There are lovely gardens which provide an ideal place to sit back and relax or head to the quiet lounge.

Best Western Palace Hotel & Casino - Paragon Restaurant

Best Western Palace & Casino


A modern and sophisticated hotel.

Caledonia - Exterior


Located on the Queens Promenade, this hotel is ideally positioned close to the Casino, cafes and bars.

Welbeck - Exterior



Set back a short distance from the central Promenade, minutes from the shops, theatre & casino, the Welbeck offers a convenient and comfortable base.

Claremont - Exterior



The Claremont Hotel has been extended to an exceptionally high standard and now offers the ultimate in relaxation.

Empress  - Exterior



This impressive hotel enjoys a central position on Douglas's Victorian Promenade and offers a host of excellent amenities for your comfort and relaxation.

Blossoms - Exterior

Blossoms on the Bay

A small, family run non-smoking hotel situated in the centre of Douglas promenade with panoramic views over the bay.

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The facts:

Geography: Less than 60 miles off the coast of Lancashire, the Isle of Man is 33 miles long and 13 miles wide. Over 40% of it is uninhabited.

Travelling times: Just a short flight from mainland UK and accessible from a wide range of regional airports or alternatively, you can travel by fast sea cat from Liverpool in around 2Ĺ hours or conventional ferry from Heysham in around 4 hours.

Transfer times: Travelling time from the airport to Douglas is around 20 minutes and most places can be reached within 30 minutes.
For sea arrivals, the port is in Douglas just minutes from most town hotels. Hotels around the rest of the island are not usually more than 30 minutes away. Transfers are not included in the price of our holidays although you may choose to pre-book taxi transfers at a supplement.

Passports & visas: You donít need a passport to travel to Isle of Man, but all airlines do require that you produce photo ID at check in.

Currency: The Isle of Manís currency is sterling. They do have their own coins and notes, although they are identical in size to ours. UK sterling currency is accepted in all shops, hotels etc, although you may receive change in Manx coins and notes which are not accepted in the UK!