Wicklow Hills Guest House

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28 Hutchinson Square
Douglas
Isle of Man
Isle of Man
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Wicklow Hills Guest House, Douglas

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Wicklow Hills Guest House is situated in a lovely quiet Victorian Square boasting beautiful landscaped gardens and partial sea views only minutes from Douglas Promenade and Bay. Wicklow Hills is perfect for those seeking peace and tranquility whilst at the same time wishing to be close to all amenities that Douglas has to offer. We have a selection of family triple double twin or single rooms of which most are en-suite and many have views over the gardens.

We also have free partial WiFi facilities and a spacious comfortable coffee lounge. Satellite TV.

 2 star rating

From: £46.00


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