Glen Mona

Guest Accommodation in Douglas, Isle of Man

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Glen Mona 6 Mona Drive
Isle of Man
Isle of Man

Glen Mona, Douglas

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When you choose a guest house, small details can make a big difference. At the Glen Mona, we've done all we can to make sure we cater for peoples individual needs as much as possible to ensure that your stay is a great one, rather than merely a good one. You'll first discover the difference when you come to book a room for your visit.

We are open all year round and offer discounted rates in winter. We also have a two tier system for our rooms, with standard and executive options available. Our standard rooms are all ensuite and have superb facilities, while our executive rooms incorporate extra features to make your stay particularly special, including room service and a Whirlpool bath big enough for two to share! As befits a guest house so close to the Douglas beach, we can also offer sea views from selected rooms.Our central location puts the towns amenities, entertainments and nightlife within easy reach and, naturally, Douglas is the ideal base from which to explore the rest of the Island.

Everything at the Glen Mona has been tailored to your comfort and convenience so that you truly unwind and make the most of your holiday. However, for those guests who need to stay connected to work matters, email and fax facilities are in place

 4 star rating

From: £55.00

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