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Aalin Thie Ground floor Apartment **** GOLD AWARD

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1 Bedroom , 1 Bathroom , Sleeps 4
Douglas, Isle of Man
Beautifully furnished self-catering luxury apartment for two - four persons. Situated in a quiet suburb of Douglas, it has a prime position at the end of a Cul de Sac with views over Tromode Village to the Countryside and benefits from a lovely mature landscaped garden patio and gas barbecue available for customers use.

Travertine marble flooring with underfloor heating. The apartments are also air conditioned providing exceptional levels of comfort.

The beds are made up with fresh percale linen bedding, Egyptian cotton towels and to get your holiday off on the right foot a welcome pack.

Each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen and the lounge area a Home Cinema & IPOD Docking. Full sky package with Sky movies sports Documentaries etc. A Dualit coffee maker for Expresso or Cappachino. Denby Merlot stoneware crockery....
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Listing #HL202526
About the Owner
David E
Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:90%
Response Time:Within a few hours
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Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

The apartment was fully equipped, nice welcome pack, as we arrived after 7.00pm. The hosts showed us how everything worked and were very helpful. I would have no hesitation in booking there again.

Thank mikeydut
Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

When we arrived, the hosts explained everything about the accommodation, as we arrived in the late evening, the welcome pack saved us worrying about where to find the essentials. The whole apartment was extremely well furnished with everything you would need for a relaxing break....More

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Reviewed 7 October 2017

This apartment is comfortably furnished for two people, as we were. It is of good quality and it's well equipped as a self catering unit. However, there is clearly a problem with noise being transmitted from the first floor to the ground floor.

Thank peter w
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable/satellite TV
  • Internet Access
  • Private Garden
  • Queen Beds:(1)
  • Secure Parking
  • Sofa Beds:(1)
  • Unknown type bathrooms (1)
  • Wi-Fi
House rules
    Not kid-friendly
    Pets allowed
    Smoking not allowed
    Check in: 3:00 PM
    Check out: 10:00 AM
    1 Unknown type
    1 Queen
    1 Sofa
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  • Damage Deposit: $200 / stay - Deposit
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About the neighbourhood
Douglas has a number of tourist attractions: The promenade curves around the bay & is 2 miles long The Tower of Refuge is a very small castle built upon Conister Rock in Douglas Bay as a sanctuary for shipwrecked sailors. It was constructed by Sir William Hillary, founder of the RNLI. The horse-drawn trams that run along the promenade from the Sea Terminal to the Manx Electric Railway station from spring to early autumn. Steam trains run south from Douglas railway station during the same time of year. Douglas during the Tourist Trophy. The TT Grandstand marks the start and finish of the annual TT Races The Gaiety Theatre and the Villa Marina are popular venues for all manner of stage acts - from rock music to comedy to drama to ballet. The Gaiety Theatre is one of the best surviving examples of the work of Frank Matcham and dates from 1900. The award-winning Manx Museum in Kingswood Grove is a treasure house which contains many of the most important cultural artifacts relating to the Manx nation. Some of the highlights include the Calf of Man Crucifiction Stone, the Pagan Lady's necklace from the Viking excavations at Peel Castle, and the largest collection of Archibald Knox materials. It also houses the National Art Collection, and the National Archives. Other interesting buildings include La Locanda restaurant, in John Street, and the Douglas Hotel, on the North Quay, both merchants' houses from the mid-eighteenth century; The Castle Mona [a magnificent seaside mansion built by John Murrey, 4th Duke of Athol in 1804; and the Loch Promenade, a magnificent curving terrace of former boarding houses dating from the 1870s. Douglas is becoming increasingly renowned as it saw the first architectural essays of the Arts and Crafts architect Baillie Scott. Bars and restaurants around and near the harbour. Onchan park has a range of entertainment for children. Douglas, since 1869, has been the Island's capital and the main tourist and commercial centre. Here, too, are the Legislative Buildings of its ancient parliament Tynwald whose origins go back over a thousand years when the Island became a Viking kingdom. The magnificent sweep of Douglas Bay, against the background of green hills, has a charm hard to equal anywhere. Douglas was a pioneer in illuminations and at night presents a scene of spectacular beauty, never to be forgotten. As the tourist industry developed rapidly in the latter half of the nineteenth century rows of hotels and boarding houses sprang up along the sea front. The sea was restrained by construction of promenades which provide a one and a half mile stroll along the front to 'take the air' and see the sights. One of these is the Tower of Refuge which has stood as a place of safety since 1832. It was built at the instigation of Douglas resident Sir William Hilary, founder of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. Douglas owes much of its development to the fact that it provides sheltered harbourage from the prevailing winds with Douglas Head and Onchan Head at either end of the two mile sweep of the Bay. The harbour piers are named after Queen Victoria and King Edward VIII, the latter pier being one of the few public monuments to commemorate the brief reign of this monarch. The piers have welcomed millions of tourists to the Isle of Man from many parts of the world but mainly from the industrial areas of northern England and Scotland. They came in the safety of The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company under whose flag more than sixty passenger ships have sailed reflecting the latest in ship design and providing the experience of voyaging in mini-liners. Today, the harbour is protected by a new Breakwater which, in turn, shields the old one which has stood up to easterly gales for over a century. The piers are equipped with link-spans to give easy access for the thousands of cars that arrive annualy and for the container lorries that provide the Island with vital supplies. Along the entire sea front run the Douglas Horse Trams which are now the only ones still in existence. They began life in 1872 and they remind us of a more leisurely way of life. Douglas has a modern shopping centre in Strand Street which leads on to the sea front with its centres of entertainment such as The Gaiety Theatre, now cherished as a gem of Edwardian splendour. Adjacent are the grounds of the Villa Marina with its Royal Hall. A major scheme of refurbishment will ensure that the Villa Marina remains the Island's most important venue for a wide variety of events including entertainments and cultural activities. Modern developments will see a gradual change as the Victorian hotels of the last century are either extensively modernised or replaced by new hotels providing the best of accommodation for the tourists of the next century. Behind the front can be found other places of interest such as the Manx Museum, the centre of Manx National Heritage and a fascinating treasure-house of the Island's unique history. The new sports facilities available at the National Sports Centre at King George's Park rank high in quality for the enthusiast. Noble's Park provides many sporting activities and leads to the fine new Grandstand from which the world famous TT Motorcycle Races are controlled. Of the Island's population of over 71,000, about 20,000 live within the confines of the town of Douglas while the neighbouring village of Onchan has rapidly grown in recent years and now has a population of over 8,000, most of whom find employment in the capital. Onchan provides a splendid setting for Government House while its church of St. Peter stands on the site of the former church in which William Bligh married Elizabeth Beham in 1781, some years before Bligh set out on the historic voyage in HMS Bounty. The Onchan Park and Stadium provide a wide range of amenities for today's visitors.
How to get there
Travel to the Isle of Man Wherever you live travelling to the Isle of Man by air or by sea is easy. The airlines serving the Island are; Aer Arann, British Airways, Flybe, Eastern Airways, VLM Airlines, Euromanx, Logonair, Blue Islands and BNWA. The Island's ferry operator is the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company. Travel Information by air Aer Arann fly to the Island from Dublin, Liverpool and Luton. Blue Islands have departures to the Island from Jersey and Guernsey. British Airways has departures to the Island from London Gatwick, London Luton and Manchester. Eastern Airways fly from Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle and Southampton Euromanx fly from Liverpool, London City, Belfast City, and Manchester. Flybe have services from Birmingham. Loganair fly on behalf of British Airways from Glasgow and Edinburgh to the Isle of Man (Edinburgh to commence on 29th May) British Northwest Airlines fly from Blackpool and Belfast City to the Isle of Man VLM Airlines fly from London City and Brussels to the Isle of Man Carrier IOM Steam Packet Co 08705 523523 http://www.steam-packet.com Aer Arann 353 1 844 7700 http://www.aerarann.com British Airways 0845 77 333 77 http://www.ba.com Blue Islands 01481 727567 http://www.rockhopper.aero British NorthWest Airlines Ltd 01253 349073 http://www.flybnwa.co.uk Eastern Airways 01652 680600 http://www.easternairways.com Euromanx Limited 0870 787 7879 http://www.euromanx.com Flybe 08705 676 676 http://www.flybe.com U.K. and Ireland Airport Information http://www.a2bairports.co.uk
Airport: Castletown: 20.0 km
Railway: Douglas: 3.0 km
Ferry: Douglas: 3.0 km
Activities nearby
Fishing Nearby, There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive, Horse Riding Nearby, There Are Tennis Courts Nearby, Watersports Nearby, Nearest Beach: 2.0 km
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