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Hotels in Isle of Man

Hotels in Isle of Man

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Key Info

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Currency & Cost

The currency used in England is the pound.

£10 = a main course or two glasses of wine.

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is English.

Local Time

No time difference !

Frequently Asked Questions

The summer months between May and September are the most popular, with the warmest months being July and August. Spring is also a great time to visit as the island is a bit quieter, the fauna is beginning to bloom and the variety of wildlife is starting to make an appearance.
The majority of hotels in the Isle of Man are situated in its capital, Douglas. As well as being the island’s most populated area, Douglas offers direct links to Belfast, Dublin and mainland UK. The town features a good mix of places to stay, from modestly priced hotels to five-star accommodation such as Englewood Lodge and Sea Cliff.Hotels in Douglas offer access to the widest range of shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs on the island. Douglas is also home to a number of must-visit landmarks, such as Tower of Refuge, a castle-like structure positioned on a partially submerged reef. Adults who enjoy spending time on the fairways can take advantage of Pulrose Golf Club, which is just an eight-minute car journey from the centre of Douglas.On the island’s Hotels in Douglas, which features a good number of low-cost bed and breakfast and guest house establishments and camping sites. This part of the island is a good choice for families. As well as a fine, sandy beach, this small fishing port features Peel Castle, the Cathedral of the Isle of Man and two museums of particular local historical interest: House of Manannan and Leece Museum. There are also a number of supermarkets and eateries, including fish and chip shops and ice cream parlours.Hotels near Castletown place you near the town of Scarlett, which is just a 17-minute walk from the remains of an ancient volcano. Castletown is the former capital of the Isle of Man and is a great choice for visiting couples. Thanks to its narrow streets, little fishing cottages and medieval Castle Rushen, it makes quite the romantic place to stay.

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