Arrandale House & Apartments

39 Hutchinson Square, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM2 4HW, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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... it, we made it to Heysham by late afternoon and spent the night in Morecomb, a quintessential beachfront resort - once!

Wednesday 11th - housework and a walk along the seafront - Promenade. Last week a storm came through, made the news here and overseas. The photos of the flotsam on the prom, and the damage to railings is self-explanatory.
Made the ferry to IOM with plenty of time to spare. Its a big bit of sea between England ...

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... we were heading south. We saw signs for "waterside" and followed them, thinking they would take us to the ocean, but "waterside" was actually the Mersey River, not the ocean. We parked the car and crossed the road to a nice restaurant by the river, and I watched a ferry cross the Mersey and had the song in my head :P We had a nice lunch and then drove to the Liverpool John Lennon Airport. We found the undercover secure car park and parked the car. We checked ...

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... darn big. It has been other places on exhibit but lives there now. Then we climbed to the second floor. small bit on the basking sharks and life on the sea floor and how the other countries came over with bigger ships to fish out the herring from the Irish sea. We keep going up and it is a good museum but we're ready to depart.

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This 3 star hotel, located on 39 Hutchinson Square, Douglas, is near Snaefell, Manx Museum, Gaiety Theatre, and The Fairy Shop.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Arrandale House & Apartments Douglas

    Arrandale - a must!


    Myself and 10 other Motorcycle Riders stayed at the Arrandale for 5 Days.

    Rose & Theo (Hotel Owners) are wonderful friendly and helpful people.

    The hotel is ideally situated, rooms are clean and cosy. We didn't eat at the Hotel in the evenings (other things planned) but the food looked excellent and the breakfasts were perfect!

    Free WiFi internet access was extremely helpful too...

    We all thoroughly enjoyed our stay and for my first time on the Island it was a great experience.

    I would DEFINATELY stay at the Arrandale again.

    Everything perfect


    Atmosphere, customer service, food, accommodation was all spot on. I couldn't fault anything and will not only recommend to all but will be returning.

    The location is also easy to find and handy for all areas.

    Very nice short stay


    My wife and I stayed here over easter.Owners very friendly and caring ,room clean,but quite small.This also is not a hotel in the true sense of the word it.s a guest house.The food was fantastic.Unfortunately the location although close to the beach and prom it is halfway up a very steep hill and people with mobility problems will find it very difficult.Also there is no lift in the guest house.But all in all we found it good value for money and an ideal base for travelling around the isle.



    We stayed at Arrandale Apartments for 6 days in January 2007. We thoroughly enjoyed the tranquil location and the use of an apartment with all the required furnishing and appliances.

    Subsequently we stayed at the Arrandale Hotel for 6 days in February 2007. We enjoyed superb hospitality. The owers, Theo and Rose, go out of their way to serve!

    Stuart, Diana and Marie

    Friendliest place I ever stayed (and great breakfast too!)


    Stayed at the Arrandale hotel in Douglas with my wife for a relaxing break in the Isle of Man last September. After going through lists of different guesthouses and hotels we decided on the Arrandale guesthouse, located in a very nice garden square.

    Great place to chill out!


    Set in a square about 7 mins walk (up a hill) from the promenade, with good views from many rooms of Douglas Bay. Little passing traffic, so good for children and those wanting a quiet night's sleep.

    The owners were very hospitable and friendly - nothing was too much trouble for them. The cost of the accommodation was reasonable.

    I particularly appreciated the (free) Internet access in the lounge plus WiFi - although on holiday, it was helpful to keep in touch with developments back home and monitor emails.

    I was pleased to be offered Manx Kippers for breakfast and also had an excellent evening meal at the hotel. Would I return? Yes!



    We booked in to the arrandale in July, we booked a couple of rooms, one was bigger than the other, and we had good seaviews. Although we found the accommodation to be good, we would not call this a hotel, this is really a guesthouse/BB, we found the name a liitle misleading, as it is not a hotel, the owners,staff were very friendly, advised on places to go etc, please note there is no lift in the arrandale, so if you are booking ask for a lower floor, as there is lots of stairs. Also the breakfast room is where evening meals are served too, also the bar area which is located in the breakfast room is quite small. Overall it was good accommodation and nice people, but is not a hotel.

    What a friendly place


    stayed for short break, found the owners very friendly and welcoming, very heplful with advice on places to go etc. Our room, although a little on the small side, had everything in it that we could want - extra pillows for my back problem appeared as soon as we asked! Nicely decorated and spotlessly clean. Great shower. Breakfast choice was better than you usually get in most B&BS, with plenty of fruit, yoghurts etc along with a great fry-up. Would certainly stay here again.

    Price of batteries


    I was charged 6.00 for four aa batteries for my baby monitor,i spent 200 on rooms,this was over charged.

    Excellent Value for Money at the Arrandale


    Excellent value for Money.

    Better than expected.

    Friendly staff and management

    WiFi Broadband

    Good home made cooking

    TripAdvisor Reviews Arrandale House & Apartments Douglas

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent