Arrandale Hotel & Apartments

Guest House in Douglas, Isle of Man

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39 Hutchinson Square
Douglas
Isle of Man
Isle of Man
IM2 4HW

Arrandale Hotel & Apartments, Douglas

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The Arrandale Hotel & Apartments, the most popular guesthouse and self-catering apartments in the Isle of Man. For business or pleasure the centrally located 3 star Arrandale is the best choice for your stay in the Isle of Man. Located just off Douglas Promenade on a quiet Victorian garden square within walking distance of all amenities.

Come enjoy the friendly atmosphere of this family run guesthouse, popular with business travellers and holiday guests.

Ideally situated halfway between Douglas Promenade and the TT Grandstand, the century old Arrandale Hotel is the Isle of Man's most popular guest house. Set on a sunny corner of a quiet residential Victorian garden square that has changed little over the years, the friendly family run Arrandale offers comfortable guest accommodation in a friendly atmosphere. Free of traffic noise and congestion, the beautiful garden Square remains within easy reach of all the town's facilities.

All rooms are ensuite, with colour TV, alarm clock radio, tea & coffee making facilities and centrally heated. Our executive rooms, which occupy the front of the hotel on the first floor, also have minibar, hairdryer and trouser press. The Villa Marina, Douglas Beach and Promenade and Nobels Park with sports facilities and kids play area are just around the corner.

Restaurants, bars, casino and theatres are just a few minutes walk away. Whether you are here for business or pleasure, you can relax and make new friends in our residents bar where light snacks and meals are available throughout the evening. With its unique history and unspoilt natural beauty the Isle of Man is a haven of peace and tranquillity.

Away from the pressures of modern living, you can step back in time as you board a horse drawn farm or travel on vintage steam trains. The Island's picturesque glens, stunning waterfalls and imposing mountains offer you breathtaking views and great outdoor activity opportunities, such as hiking, angling, swimming or horse riding.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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Whithorn Museum - 39.7 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Barsalloch Fort - 40.1 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Cruggleton Church - 41.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Drumtroddan Standing Stones - 42 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Drumtroddan Cup and Ring Marked Rocks - 42.2 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

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