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Groudle Glen Railway

Owned by the Isle of Man Steam Railway Supporters' Association and operated entirely by volunteers, Groudle Glen Railway was originally built in the 1890's and has been restored since the 1980's. The first section of the line was re-opened for public passenger trains in 1986 and in 1992 train services were extended to the original, rebuilt station at Sea Lion Rocks.

Situated approx. 2 miles from Douglas, a variety of trains operate during the year from Lhen Coan, the main station, to the terminus at Sea Lion Rocks. The railway runs about one and a half miles on 2 foot track from inside a beautiful glen towards the coast and is a perfect way to enjoy the stunning Isle of Man scenery. In service are 2 Steam locomotives, 2 diesel locomotives and a battery operated Polar Bear. Trains run on Sundays from April to September, on Wednesday evenings during July and August and on Tuesday evenings in August.


At Sea Lion Rocks station there is a cafe staffed by volunteers providing hot drinks, light snacks, souvenirs, sweets and ice creams and cool drinks. On the platform at Lhen Coan station there is a small shop selling train related souvenirs, 'Thomas the Tank' and 'Ivor the Engine' products and a full range of locos, stock and track from Accucraft and Peco available at very keen prices.

Website: www.groudleglenrailway.com

Accommodation near Groudle Glen Railway, Douglas
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19 Hotels, 12 Guest Houses, 4 Apartments and 2 Bed and Breakfasts.
Ascot Hotel
7 Empire Terrace, Douglas, Isle of Man, GB
Located just off Douglas Sea Front and Promenade the Ascot Hotel offers affordable luxury with superior service. All our hotel rooms are ensuite with spa/ whirlpool bath & shower. Superior Rooms mostly have sea views and are larger. 2 family sized suites available. Near IOM's main tourist attractions and commercial sites such as The Villa Marina, The Gaiety Theatre and Shopping Centre are just a short walk away. Free Wi-Fi.
Welbeck Hotel & Restaurant
13-17 Mona Drive, Douglas, Isle of Man, GB
Situated on the idyllic Queens Promenade enjoying uninterrupted views of Douglas Bay. Close to local amenities and within a short horse tram ride or gentle walk along the promenade to Douglas town centre. Open all year round we have a selection of family, double, twin and single rooms, most with en-suite facilities.
Kings Guest House
Queens Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, GB
A delightful Guest House, with beautiful sea views, set in gardens to front and back on the Queens Promenade, Douglas. Relax under the umbrellas in the garden and watch the horse drawn carriages trot by. All rooms are en suite and furnished to a high standard. All rooms have either a sea view or garden view. All cosy and comfy. Tea and coffee making facilities, broad band, reading books and digital television in rooms.
The Town House
24 Loch Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, GB
Town House is a terraced Victorian building over 3 floors. Ideally located for business guests as it is on promenade in the commercial area of Douglas, Isle of Man. Six apart-suites with breathtaking views over the harbour. Free Wi-Fi. Free telephone calls to land lines worldwide. Conference/ Meeting Rooms. 40" flat screen TV with VGA cable, Sky TV with 8 premium channels with a choice of movies, One Bedroom Apartments (Sleeps up to 4).
Waterfront Apartments
12 North Quay, Douglas, Isle of Man, GB
Located on the Isle of Man, in Douglas's Marina, Waterfront Apartments feature self-catering accommodation with free Wi-Fi available throughout. The property is close to the bay and just 0.7 miles away from the Isle of Man Government.
Glen Mona
6 Mona Drive, Douglas, Isle of Man, GB
Glen Mona is a family run guest house in the north of Douglas near promenade. Bus stop nearby. Open all year. Discounted rates in Winter. Standard and Executive rooms. Some rooms have sea views of Douglas beach and Whirlpool baths! Families welcome. Guests have choice of full cooked Manx breakfast or continental breakfast, served at its sister hotel, The Mereside Hotel, just 40 metres away. Free Wi-Fi.
Rutland Hotel
19-23 Palace Terrace, Queens Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, GB
Boasting a prominent promenade location close to the town amenities, attractions and transport links of Douglas, the 3* Rutland Hotel offers modern day convenience and classic comfort, for stress-free leisure stays and carefree corporate trips. With 64 newly refurbished suites comprising Single, Standard Double and Executive Double options, the four-storey 'Sleepwell Group' Hotel provides high quality service, value for money and choice.
Trevelyan Hotel
Queens Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, GB
The Trevelyan Hotel is the ideal launching pad for excursions further-afield by bus, hire car or the vintage railway system which links the twin village resorts of Port St Mary and Port Erin to the ancient capital of Castletown, Snaefell Mountain, Laxey Wheel and sub-tropical Ramsey? in the North. Beautiful glens abroad on the Island together with magnificent hills, rolling countryside and quiet country roads.
Cubbon House Hotel
48 Loch Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, GB
Located on the promenade near Douglas, adjacent to the main shopping area, only a few minutes walk from main Financial area, Sea Terminal, Victorian Gaiety Theatre and Villa Marina entertainment complex. Buses stop outside so sightseeing & travelling around the Isle of Man without a car is easy. Two minute walk to cafes, pubs & restaurants. All rooms are ensuite, tea & coffee making facilities, hair dryer, TV.
Wicklow Hills Guest House
Hutchinson Square, Douglas, Isle of Man, GB
Overlooks landscaped gardens. Partial sea views. Douglas Bay & Douglas town centre shopping areas (Tower House, The Strand Centre & Strand Street) short walk (10 minutes). Free Wi-Fi. Free pubic parking. Open year round. Family, double, twin & single rooms. Most rooms ensuite. Special diets catered for. Local restaurants short walk. National Sports Centre swimming pool nearby, great for children.
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