Places to Stay near Ferry Terminal, Promenade, ...
IM2 4LG, Douglas, 6 Mona Drive
The Glen Mona is located to the north of the town of Douglas, the capital of the Isle of Man. It features free Wi-Fi in public places. Rooms at the Glen Mona feature warm wooden... read more
£ 51.00View Rates
IM2 4LE, Douglas, 1 Empire Terrace
The family-run Mereside is situated in Douglas, the capital of the Isle of Man and has full disabled access, with a lift to all floors. It has free Wi-Fi and free parking, with a restaurant... read more
£ 55.25View Rates
IM2 4RA, Douglas, Central Promenade
Overlooking Douglas Bay on the Isle of Man, this hotel has a piano bar and large lounge and a conservatory that features panoramic sea views. There is a choice of dining options at The Empress... read more
£ 51.45View Rates
IM2 4HW, Douglas, 39 Hutchinson Square
In central Douglas, ideally located close to the promenade, business centre, shops and restaurants, this friendly, family-run guest house has free parking and wonderful views. The Arrandale offers free unlimited Wi-Fi wireless internet access throughout... read more
IM2 4NF, Douglas, Queens Promenade
The Hydro is a well established Isle of Man hotel, situated on the historic Queen's Promenade overlooking Douglas Bay. The Hydro is a 56 bedroom hotel, built in 1910, offering modern facilities, whilst retaining its... read more
IM2 4LE, Douglas, 7 Empire Terrace
Affordable luxury with superior service, the Ascot has a reputation for customer care and satisfaction. Whether your visit to the Island is for business or pleasure, the Ascot offers a range of hotel rooms and... read more
IM1 2LX, Douglas, 18-22 Loch Promenade
The Claremont is a 4-star hotel offering unique style and luxury within the Isle of Man. Located on the promenade, it offers scenic views across Douglas Bay in many rooms. The Claremont Hotel offers spacious... read more
IM2 4NF, Douglas, 19-23 Palace Terrace, Queens Promenade
On the scenic Queens Promenade, The Rutland Hotel is an elegant building on the Isle of Man. With panoramic views across Douglas Bay and a carvery restaurant, it is just 5 minutes’ drive from the... read more
IM1 2LY, Douglas, 37-42 Loch Promenade
Ideally situated on the seafront in Douglas, this hotel features comfortable en suite accommodation with a full range of modern facilities and in-room accessories. Douglas and all of its amenities, including an extensive shopping area... read more
IM3 2AS, Douglas, 105 King Edward Road
Overlooking Douglas Bay, the 5-star Englewood Lodge offers individually designed rooms with luxury en suite facilities and sea views. Free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking are also available. Englewood Lodge offers luxury accommodation with spacious... read more
IM1 2RW, Douglas, Harris Promenade
The 4-star Sefton Hotel is located in Douglas on the beachfront. It boasts a unique indoor water garden, swimming pool and 2 restaurants. The rooms at the Sefton feature flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee making... read more
IM2 4NA, Douglas, Central Promenade
With the Isle of Man’s only licensed casino, Best Western Palace Hotel is centrally located on the beautiful Victorian Promenade overlooking Douglas Bay and just metres from the beach. The hotel boasts a panoramic sea... read more
£ 54.00View Rates
IM2 4HP, Douglas, Hutchinson Square
Found on the beautiful Isle of Man, this Victorian guest house overlooks landscaped gardens and enjoys partial sea views. Comfortable rooms include free Wi-Fi, and there is free public parking. The Amadeus Apartments is just... read more
£ 80.00View Rates
IM2 3JA, Douglas, 15 Stanley View, Broadway
With free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk, Adelphi Guest House is situated in Douglas, metres from Noble’s Park. Its lounge area has leather sofas and a 42-inch flat-screen TV for guests to use. Breakfast... read more
IM2 4NF, Douglas, The Edelweiss, 29 Palace Terrace, Queens Prom,
On Queens Promenade in Douglas, Edelweiss Guest House is a long-established guest house with sea views. It is only a 5-minute walk from the Manx Electric Railway and Horse Tram Terminus. All rooms include a... read more
IM2 4LE, Douglas, 3 Empire Terrace
On the coast of the Isle of Man, a 5-minute walk from the beach and a 15-minute walk from the centre of Douglas, Rosslyn has a bar, a restaurant and barbecue facilities. A full cooked... read more
£ 51.00View Rates
IM1 2LY, Douglas, 31 Loch Promenade
The seafront Ellan Vannin Hotel overlooks Douglas Bay and Douglas Beach. The hotel is 1 minutes’ walk from the beach and within 5 minutes’ walk of the ferry terminal and bus station. The main shops,... read more
IM2 4EN, Douglas, Broadway Douglas
Situated 2 minutes’ walk from the beach, The Devonian features a view over the Glen Falcon and landscaped gardens. Douglas town centre and the start and finish point for the Isle of Man TT motorcycle... read more
£ 57.00View Rates
IM2 4LF, Douglas, 13-17 Mona Drive
Set behind Douglas Promenade on the Isle of Man, this 3-star hotel offers en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi and a restaurant serving both traditional and contemporary cuisine. The Sea Terminal is 1 mile away.... read more
IM2 4NE, Douglas, 17 Queens Promenade Palace Terrace
Overlooking Douglas Bay, At Caledonia is nestled in the centre of the largest town in the Isle of Man, Douglas. Originally steeped Victorian heritage, the now fully modernised facilities include free high-speed Wi-Fi, a bar... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
IM1 2LY, Douglas, 28 29 Loch Promenade
Cunard Apartments are spacious and fully self-contained 4 Star Deluxe Apartments and are perfectly sited in a central position of Douglas and benefit from being close to all transport, shops and office locations, whilst only... read more
£ 87.13View Rates
IM2 4HP, Douglas, 24 Hutchinson Square
Arrandale Apartments offer modern, self-contained accommodation on the Isle of Man, just a 2-minute walk from the centre of Douglas. Free WiFi is offered in all the apartments. Each apartment has a double bedroom and... read more
£ 60.72View Rates
IM1 4LE, Douglas, 12 North Quay, Douglas
Located on the Isle of Man, in Douglas’s Marina, Waterfront Apartments feature self-catering accommodation with free Wi-Fi available throughout. The property is close to the bay and just 0.7 miles away from the Isle of... read more
IM2 4NF, Douglas, Queens Promenade
Set just 30 metres from the sea, Inglewood is located in Douglas. It offers sea views, 24-hour parking and free WiFi access. Each room includes a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and ironing... read more
IM2 4NE, Douglas, Queens Promenade
Located in the town of Douglas on the Isle of Man, Trevelyan Hotel offers free WiFi access in the hotel lobby, a 24-hour service through an on-call system, and a bar open during high season.... read more
£ 32.20View Rates
IM2 4HT, Douglas, 15 Hutchinson Square
The Hutchinson Apartments offers pet friendly, self-catering accommodation in the Hutchinson Square Douglas. Free WiFi access is available. The apartments are located in one building, which overlook the nearby park. Each apartment has an oven,... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
IM1 2LZ, Douglas, 48 Loch Promenade
Ideally located right in the sea front in Douglas, Isle of Man’s capital, Cubbon House offers bed and breakfast accommodation, en suite guest rooms and free WiFi. The property is within 2 minutes’ walk from... read more
£ 42.50View Rates
IM2 4EA, Douglas, 27 Castle Mona Avenue
Set within 700 metres of Douglas Beach and 1.7 km of TT Grandstand in Douglas, Sea Breeze Guest House offers accommodation with a flat-screen TV. Complimentary WiFi is featuredthroughout the property. Guests at the bed... read more
£ 39.00View Rates
IM2 4EH, Douglas, 18 Castlemona Ave, Isle of Man
Bed And Blueberry accommodation close to the promenade in Douglas. The ferry terminal, shops, business sector, and restaurants, Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre are all within a 15-minute walk. Isle of Man Airport is a... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
IM1 5BN, Douglas, Fort Anne Road
Situated in Douglas and only 1 km from Douglas Beach, Ravenscliffe Lodge features accommodation with sea views, free WiFi and free private parking. Featuring a patio, the apartment is in an area where guests can... read more
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Its location on the east coast of the Isle of Man, which is itself at the heart of the British Isles, and the development of its ferry port and harbour, also made it the perfect base for cruises.
A number of cheap b&b’s and budget hotels line up the coastline, providing an excellent base for a stay in the capital, whether it is just for 1 night or for longer holidays. Staying near the ferry port terminal or one of the railway terminals is a great idea if you plan on exploring the island further.
Public transport is very good in Douglas and the whole of the Isle of Man, with a comprehensive bus network, including night services during the weekend, which means you should not have any issue traveling around wherever you decide to stay.
Have a look at rooms in bed and breakfast or guest houses around Strand Street if you plan on doing a little shopping, or slightly off the Central Promenade if you want to enjoy close proximity to all the attractions in a quieter setting.
Staying overnight near Noble’s Park or Onchan Pleasure Park allows you to enjoy the town’s beautiful green spaces to your heart’s content and is also a very good option if you are traveling with children.
What to see and do during your stay for a night, weekend, holiday
Douglas became a prominent seaside resort during Victorian times and many landmarks are testimonies to this glorious period. Walking around the town centre is one of the best ways to get a feel of this historical importance.
Consider a stroll along the famous Promenade to enjoy beautiful views of the seafront, and if you are traveling during late spring or summer, don’t forget to take a ride on the horse drawn trams, the Steam trains and the Manx Electric Railway, along the coast as far as the southern tip of the Isle of Man.
Landmarks are numerous in the capital of the island of Man, from the fascinating Grand Union Camera Obscura, to the magnificent Gaiety Theatre and Villa Marina, or the Jubilee clock. A range of low cost hotels and cheap b&b’s are present in the town centre, which makes all travel easy and convenient.
Once you have taken in the wonderful Victorian architecture, have a relaxing walk in Noble’s Park and indulge in local gastronomy at one of the numerous pubs and restaurants.
Ferry port terminal
Places to stay in the city center are close to the ferry port which is located on the waterfront, on the Central Promenade. The port is mainly used by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company. Ferries connect the town with the port of Liverpool (Birkenhead), Heysham ferry port, Dublin and Belfast in Northern Ireland.
The journey from Dublin to Douglas takes 2 hours and 45 minutes on board the Fastcraft and 4 hours, 45 minutes on conventional ferries. Heysham to the Isle of Man takes about 2 hours on the Fastcraft, and 3 hours and 30 minutes on normal vessels. Liverpool is a 2-hour, 30-minute journey away by Fastcraft or 4-hour by conventional ferry. The connection time between the town and Belfast is 2 hours, 45 minutes on the Fastcraft.
Douglas bus station is situated at Lord Street within walking distance from the Sea Terminal. Some buses stop at the Sea Terminal as well. Short and long term parking is also available at the terminal, but is limited.
Ferry Port Address : Sea Terminal Building, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2RF
Douglas on the Isle of Man or Mann
Location : this town is located on the Isle of Man or Mann, in the Irish Sea between England and Ireland.
Sea : Irish Sea
Island : Isle of Man
Nearby Attractions and Sights
(Harris Prominade, IM1 2HH Isle of Man)
Beautiful historical Theatre offering a fantastic variety of shows, plays, musicals and other entertainment.
Isle of Man Steam Railway
(from Douglas to Port Erin)
This railway is the only surviving part of the Isle of Man Steam network, that runs from Douglas town center to Port Erin in the south west of the Island.
(A top Conister Rock)
The Tower of Refuge is also known as St. Mary’s Isle, and is erected upon a partially submerged reef. It was originally built for the purpose of offering shelter to shipwreck victims until help could arrive.
Beautiful cast iron ornate clock structure in the center of town at the foot of Victoria Street and Loch Promenade.