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Isle Of Man Darts Festival

Manx Grand Prix Motorcycle Races
Norton Owners Club International Rally
Summer Show
VMCC September Rally

Conister Motor Show
Crown Green Bowling Festival
International Jazz Festival
Isle Of Man Dance Festival
Isle Of Man Film Festival
VMCC September Rally

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October Walking Festival

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Claremont Hotel
"Room was a lot smaller than expected and much too hot and uncomfortable. Seagulls outside window kept us awake most of the night and also a lot of noise from ..." More

Quids Inn
"quids in is awesome! Looking forward to smashing there back doors in again in 2 weeks! With the 22 Crossway lads from Chester! Stand by for wild times!

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Hydro Hotel
"Good Points: Lovely view from room -were delighted. Staff were welcoming and effficient. Overall had a lovely time and would certainly return. Bad Points: Hair dryer falling apart and loose door ..." More

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The capital town of Douglas, with its bright lights and plentiful seaside attractions, is the island's premier tourist destination. It caters for contemporary tastes with shopping, theatres, restaurants, bars and nightlife while offering beautiful coastal scenery, an air of history and nostalgia, and activities for all the family. Located half-way along the east coast, it's also a perfect base for exploring the mountains, glens, castles and coves of this magical island. Douglas curves for two miles round a dramatic semi-circular bay, bordered by an unbroken series of promenades. Here, visitors may take a trip on the world's oldest horse-drawn tram service leading along the seafront past picturesque terraces of hotels and guest houses, eateries, entertainment venues and ornamental gardens. Retired tram horses may be visited and fed at the local Rest Home For Old Horses. Douglas Bay is notable for two landmarks: the castle-like Tower Of Refuge, built on a dangerous reef to shelter sailors waiting for help when their boats crashed there; and the Camera Obscura on Douglas Head, an old observation device once used - allegedly! - for spying on bathers and canoodling couples. The most scenic way to see the coastline is to travel northwards to Ramsey on the Manx Electric Railway. A lovely old steam railway, meanwhile, chugs through miles of stunning countryside between Douglas and Port Erin to the south. Young and old will enjoy discovering the history of the island at the interactive Manx Museum, or Man's noble military past at the Regimental Museum. Back in the modern world, Douglas has a TT Grandstand with excellent views of the famous motorcycle race. The town also boasts a National Sports Centre, hosting everything from swimming to squash and indoor bowls, and the attractive Noble's Park, with mini-golf, bowling, tennis, a skatepark and children's play areas.


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Coastal Cruises
Home of Rest for Old Horses
Horse Trams
Isle of Man Steam Railway
Mann Cat Sanctuary
Manx Electric Railway
Manx Museum
Onchan Park and Stadium
Snaefell Mountain Railway
U-Drive Karting

Care Home

Saddle Mews Care Home


Palace Hotel and Casino


Dance - Theatrix Dance School
Yoga - Karma


Craigend Dental Practice
Hilary Road Dental Practice
Hillside Dental Clinic

The SuperClinic


Finch Hill Health Centre
Palatine Group Practice
Promenade Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Quayles Online Estate Agency

Golf Club

Mount Murray Golf Club

Pub and Bar

Corner House
Hop Garden
Mount Murray Hotel
Quids Inn
Railway Inn
Rovers Return
Saddle Inn
Sefton Hotel


Hop Garden

Il Colosse Italian Grill
Sefton Hotel


Anagh Coar School
Ballacloan Infants School
Royal Windsor Montessori School
Willaston School


Arrandale Hotel
Arrandale Hotel & Apartments
Gloucester House
Stayboutique Serviced Apartments
The Town House


Corlett Bolton & Co
M&P Legal


A 1 Radio Cabs
A1 Taxis
Capital Taxis
Isle Of Man Taxis

Merc Private Hire
Taxicabs Limited
Tynwald Taxis


Gaiety Theatre
The Venue


Milan Veterinary Practice

Sports Clubs

Albany LTC (Tennis)
Douglas Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Douglas Rugby Union Football Club (Rugby Union)
Isle of Man Vagabonds (Rugby Union)
Kensington Road TC (Tennis)
Manx Road Club (Cycling)
Valkyres Cricket Club (Cricket)


Pet Stop
Hollywood Pets
Atkinsons Pharmacy
Sadler & Vanderplank
Jonathan Daniels

Donna Carey
H Samuel
Oopsy Daisy Florist
Good For You
Hallmark Cards


Isle of Man Archery Club(Archery)
Ramsey (I.O.M.) BMX Club(Cycling)
Snaefell MTB Club(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Douglas

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Ramada Da Vincis Hotel (34.13 miles)

Ramada Da Vincis Hotel

Located less than one mile from Derry City Centre, close to all major routes in and out of the city. A well established modern three star hotel comprising of 65 bedrooms, choice of bars, Grillroom ... More | visit website

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Angel House (34.86 miles)

Angel House
Located right on the border in north-west Northern Ireland, in County Derry, Londonderry is a historic town full of culture, attractions and nightlife. Our B&B provides a welcoming base from which to explore the historically ... More | visit website
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Laburnum Lodge (34.93 miles)

Laburnum Lodge
Detached Chalet Bungalow within five minutes drive of the city centre and fifteen minutes from the City of Derry Airport (depending on how fast you are driving) Modern accommodation, dining room with tea/coffee making ... More | visit website
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Walled City Apartments (36.58 miles)

Walled City Apartments
Walled City Apartments provide stylish, self-catering accommodation next to Derrys historic heart and are the perfect place to stay during your visit to the City. Walled City Apartments offer amazing value for money. Each of our ... More | visit website
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Causeway Tavern B&B (37.70 miles)

Causeway Tavern B&B
The Causeway Tavern bed & breakfast is a family run licensed establishment, situated at the heart of the causeway coast in the little hamlet of Lisngunogue near Bushmills. This peaceful little village comes to life ... More | visit website
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Bayview Hotel (37.70 miles)

Bayview Hotel

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The Bayview Hotel opened in 2001 and is situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Portballintrae, one mile from Bushmills. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, close to the Giant's Causeway and ... More

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Dungiven Castle (39.31 miles)

Dungiven Castle

Immersed within 22 acres of pristine landscape gardens, on the A6 between Belfast and Derry, this beautifully restored 15th century castle boasts spectacular views over the Sperrin Mountains.

Dungiven Castle is centrally located between 2 of ... More | visit website

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Ken Mar House (41.24 miles)

Our bed & breakfast offers superb accomodation - two family rooms and one double room. The accomodation at Ken-Mar includes a generous breakfast menu including full irish cooked breakfasts and a range of fresh fruit ... More | visit website
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Morning Calm B&B (41.24 miles)

Morning Calm B&B
Morning Calm B&B offers stylish, comfortable accommodation in a convenient location. Situated in the market town of Ballymoney, it is the ideal base from which to explore the nearby Blue Flag beaches, the famous Giant's ... More | visit website
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Manor House Hotel (42.83 miles)

Manor House Hotel

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The Manor House Hotel is situated in the heart of the beautiful seaside village St. Bees. Our location is ideal for walking (the start of the Coast to Coast walk ... More

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