Places to go on the Isle of Man

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 Tram 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.

There are no less than 8 golf courses to choose from around the island plus clay pigeon shooting, indoor bowling, scuba diving and much more.

What's nearby?

Visit the Laxey Wheel, the world's largest working water wheel, discover the many historical sites dotted around the island or spend some time in the award winning museums which will tell you the story of the island's 10,000 year turbulent and fascinating history.

How to find us in Douglas

We are only a 5 minute drive away from the Sea Terminal

Drive along Douglas Promenade keeping the sea to your right. About halfway, after passing the War Memorial on your right, there is a set of traffic lights at the Villa Marina theatre. Turn left here up Broadway Hill. Go straight across the next set of traffic lights, and then take the first turning on your right into Marathon Road. This leads directly into Hutchinson Square and you will see the Arrandale in front of you on the left on the bottom corner of the garden square.

If you are traveling by public transport; there are 2 bus stops approximately 100 yards around the corner from the Arrandale. Please contact us direct for information.