Featured properties on Isle of Man

  • 9.2 Superb 481 reviews
    Description Mannin Hotel is situated in Douglas on the heart of Isle of Man, and features a bar and restaurant. The property is set a 13-minute walk from TT Grandstand.

    "Everything very good, clean, comfortable bed and helpful staff."

    James Cushing. United Kingdom
  • £110

    Average price per night

    Regency Hotel, Douglas
    9.0 Superb 112 reviews
    Description Located on the Douglas Promenade, the Regency Hotel is situated 15 minutes' walk from Douglas town centre. Many guest rooms come with panoramic views across the bay.

    "Excellent Regency style hotel at the end of the prom near the Electric tram and horse tram. Bus stop, both ways, is right outside the door and with the excellent bus service we didn't need our car...."

    Vicky. United Kingdom
  • 9.1 Superb 241 reviews
    Description 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.

    "Clean big and comfortable room. Huge bed slept rally well. Staff very friendly and accommodating"

    JGray70. Isle of Man
  • £39

    Average price per night

    Ellan Vannin Hotel, Douglas
    9.2 Superb 673 reviews
    Description 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.

    "Breakfast was lovely. Staff were very friendly and could not do enough. Amazing views and great location for pubs and boat"

    Lydia. Ireland
  • £45

    Average price per night

    Ascot Hotel, Douglas
    9.0 Superb 166 reviews
    Description Affordable luxury with superior service, the Ascot has a reputation for customer care and satisfaction.

    "Friendly staff.lovely breakfast. Great value for money restaurant."

    clive. United Kingdom
  • £84

    Average price per night

    The Town House, Douglas
    9.4 Superb 185 reviews
    Description Boasting breathtaking views over the harbour, this luxury apart-hotel is ideally situated on the promenade in the commercial area of Douglas, on the picturesque Isle of Man.

    "Great location. Well equipped apartment. Lovely decor."

    Helen. Australia
  • 9.4 Superb 79 reviews
    Description Halvard Hotel is situated on the seafront in Douglas, 1.1 km from Steam Packet Company. 1.9 km from TT Grandstand, the property is also 500 metres away from Gaiety Theatre.

    "Staff were extremely professional, helpful and friendly. All areas in hotel were of superb standard and clean. Breakfast buffet were amazing! Would definitely recommend and would definitely go and stay..."

    Santall. United Kingdom
  • £45

    Average price per night

    The Penta, Douglas

    The Penta


    8.7 Fabulous 243 reviews
    Description Penta offers accommodation in Douglas. Complimentary WiFi is provided. All rooms have a private bathroom and a flat-screen TV. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.

    "Amazing people, down to a small biscuit with my tea and 2 sugar free rablets. When I asked them check out procedure, they said just leave the key in the room. I said I was on the second ferry and needed..."

    Sanjay Ahuja. India
  • 8.8 Fabulous 388 reviews
    Description Situated in Ramsey, the second largest town on the Isle of Man, Ramsey Park Hotel offers a host of activities in the surrounding area, such as sailing, horse riding and jogging trails.

    "Great corner room . Views fantastic"

    Michael. United Kingdom
  • £67.50

    Average price per night

    The Sefton, Douglas

    The Sefton


    8.0 Very good 962 reviews
    Description The 4-star Sefton Hotel is located in Douglas on the beachfront. It boasts a unique indoor water garden, swimming pool and 2 restaurants.

    "Beautiful hotel with great staff. Perfect location with great views."

    Julie. USA

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Mystical and Enchanting

Steeped in Celtic history and myth, the Isle of Man is famous for its tailless cat and the TT motorbike race. The start line is in the capital Douglas, overlooked by hills. At its port arrive ferries from Ireland and England, and the town houses all Isle of Man hotels with swimming pools on Booking.com.

On the headland around the bay, Onchan has pretty cottages and glens, and Laxey to the north has a quaint harbour and the world’s largest working waterwheel. It is by the foothills of Snaefell mountain, as is coastal Ramsey, while Andreas is surrounded by sweeping fields.

More nature is in Tynwald Park & Arboretum near St Johns. The castle in nearby Peel was supposedly built by giants and is inhabited by a dog ghost. Santon has another Isle of Man legend - you must acknowledge the residents of the Fairy Bridge or beware!

Ballasalla is near Isle of Man Airport where there is a statue of the island’s 3-legged symbol. Neighbouring Castletown, with its pretty harbour and medieval castle, plays host to one of the more bizarre events – tin-bath racing.

By the south-western tip, Port Erin has a sandy beach protected by cliffs. Similarly to most other resorts, it offers Isle of Man hotels with parking, making it easy to explore by car.