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    • 5
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      I stayed one night and found the room clean and well equipped. The couple who own the hotel were very friendly and welcoming. They answered any questions and provided advice....
      08 Dec 2017read review
    • 5
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      Would highly recommend this B&B Hostess very friendly and knowledgeable about the island. Very clean comfortable rooms, excellent breakfast....
      07 Nov 2017read review
    • 4
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      The establishment looked lovely and I am sure I would have enjoyed staying there. Unfortunately my stay never happened....
      06 Jul 2017read review
    • 5
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      Our second visit to Cubbon House and we will certainly return again! Spotlessly clean everywhere, very comfortable bed. Great view of Douglas promenade, with it's horse trams, from the sea view rooms....
      21 Jun 2017read review
    • 5
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      Revisiting the island after many years, we treated ourselves this time to luxurious accommodation. Englewood Lodge did not disappoint....
      23 May 2017read review
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Getting Around

Getting Around Isle of Man
Public transport is a quick and convenient way of getting around the Isle of Man. There are many different forms of transport available from taxis to steam trains, bus or by cycling. Roads are small but not busy and as the island is just 33 miles long by 13.5 miles wide so getting around takes no time at all.

Alternately there are hire cars available, taxis and a frequent bus service during the day. The other Channel Islands can all be reached by ferry from St Peter Port. Jersey and Alderney can also be reached by plane. The Manx Electric Railway along the east side of the island is a pleasant way to get from Douglas to Ramsey or back again. The Snaefell Mountain Railway is the only transport to the highest point on the island, though there are paths for ramblers. The Steam Railway offers easy access to villages and towns in the south of the island.

The following modes of transport can be used to navigate the island: