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Right in the center of Castletown on the Isle of Man, The George is a 19th-century hotel located opposite historic Castle Rushen. Guests can enjoy castle views, fresh local cuisine, and free Wi-Fi. The welcome was fantastic, and the staff were really friendly, and they could not do enough for me, already said that I will be back next year, if not sooner.
Located in Castletown, within a 13-minute walk of Castle Rushen, 1 Derby Court Castletown offers sea views. This beachfront property offers access to free WiFi and free private parking. It was a lovely apartment, extremely clean and well situated. Would definitely stay there again..
Cronk Darragh Cottage in Castletown offers accommodations with free WiFi, 1.1 mi from Castle Rushen. This self-catered vacation home features a garden and barbecue facilities. The property in general was very clean, warm, cosy and so close to the town.
Nine Yards Bell Tents is located in Castletown. Located a 10-minute walk from Castle Rushen, the property provides a bar and free private parking. The luxury tent also offers a bathroom. We had a really great time! Tony was very accommodating and the facilities were excellent. Very comfy tents and beds, very clean facilities. Great location, only a few mins from Castletown and the Steam Railway station. Could not have been better.
Located 1312 feet from Isle of Man Airport, this friendly, budget hotel offers great-value accommodations including breakfast, Wi-Fi and free private parking, with excellent public transport links... Close to the airport. Served both supper and breakfast
Shore Hotel offers accommodations in Port St Mary on the Isle of Man. This 4-star hotel offers free WiFi. All rooms have a sea view. The location is perfect. The team were outstanding, great service and nothing was ever too much trouble. We actually felt like locals as everyone was so friendly .. will definitely use again as our ‘bolt hole’ on the IOM.
We were amazed at how special Castletown is! The castle is a must see; so well preserved, it is a constant in the background, with the sun shining on it. The community square in front of the George Hotel is a real asset, whoever thought of putting the ping pong tables, piano, table football and deckchairs is a genius! We loved the happy atmosphere of people enjoying themselves. The harbour is very picturesque, you can sit outside the Glue Pot in the sunshine and admire the view.. we enjoyed walking through the little streets with interesting and immaculate houses and also walking along the beach with rock pools and a number of light houses! We arrived by steam train and enjoyed trying out all the pubs in the town.
Nice location great bus service our reason for travelling to the Island was for the TT races easy walking distance to the track. Castletown is fairly quite more things to see in Douglas but as before it suited me for the location to what we went there to see
Castletown has everything you need within it. Good pubs and places to eat. To see the rest of the island you do need transport as there are many places of interest to visit including museums such as the TT museum at Ramsey or Murray's museum of around 150 motorbikes that comes with a cup of tea and welcoming staff who work there. Castletown is a great base for a visit to explore the island at your leisure and would recommend it to all.
Attractive small historic town. Several places to eat, walk and explore Two supermarkets open till late daily. Plenty of parking and good bus service we tried the noodle bar and fish and chip shop for food. But there is a Chinese takeaway an Indian restaurant and a pizza restaurant and The George hotel. There are other places nearby too that sell food .
Beautiful place with lots of things to do i.e. the Castle, House of Keys, Sea Museum and the steam railway. Public transport is also good for getting around the island if you don't have a car. It is also excellent for relaxing and a variety of eateries from budget to a high class restaurant The Tuscany which we especially enjoyed. We also enjoyed the surrounding area for walking Nothing to avoid, enjoyed everything
Pleasant historical town for those wishing to relax by the coast with a plentitude of restaurants as well as places to visit. Access throughout the Isle of Mann either by road or train, but my strongest recommendation would be to purchase a Go Saver 1,3,5,7 day bus card,as this will allow you access through out the Isles treasure towns & villages.
The welcome was fantastic, and the staff were really friendly, and they could not do enough for me, already said that I will be back next year, if not sooner.
The property in general was very clean, warm, cosy and so close to the town.