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Reviewed 19 July 2012

I stayed here with my mum who has mobility problems and pip & andy were really helpful both in terms of this and general info about the island, where to eat etc. The hotel is spotless & the breakfast was fab. The room & facilities were great. We were in a sea view room which had a stunning view.
The hotel location is really good as it's on the sea front and is close to the electric railway and the horse tram which picks up and drops off almost right outside the door.
The communal areas while spotless are quite dated compared to the rooms. The free Wi fi was great.
The only problem I had was with the on street parking but this was only because of my mums mobility problems and is no reflection on the hotel.

This is currently rated as the best hotel in Douglas as well as the IOM and it's easy to see why.

*Tip to people travelling from the UK the IOM does not have the network o2 so calls and txts are charged at international rated which I found a bit crazy but again this has nothing to do with the hotel. :)
Thanks Pip and Andy for a great stay.

Room Tip: Pay the extra few £ and get a sea view room
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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Thank saz1982
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Reviewed 15 July 2012

the inglewood great hotel, from the moment we arrived till the last second of our stay andy and pip could not have been better hosts.we will be back and any one reading about the inglewood need have no doubts it is a great hotel.
thanks andy and pip we will be back as soon as possible
chris and kath clegg, cheers.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank plumb48
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Reviewed 12 July 2012

The Inglewood certainly lives up to it's great reviews and this is down mainly to hosts Andy and Pip who really made us feel at home from the moment we arrived until our departure. They were welcoming, helpful, full of advice on things like pubs and restaurants, likely weather etc and even let us use their phone when we found on arrival that our mobiles didn't work.

The whole place was comfortable and well decorated. Our room, which faced the rear was of adequate size and comfortably furnished and the bathroom was well appointed but a little cramped. There was plenty of tea, coffee and hot chocolate provided in the room, plus a widescreen TV and hairdryer. What could be a downside for some in that like most hotels and guesthouses on the promenade it has four floors, so there could be a lot of stairs if your room is on the higher floors. However the Inglewood's website does make this clear so there should be no surprises.

The breakfasts were excellent with a choice of full cooked bacon etc, kippers and 'healthy' and various permutations in between were no problem. In the evening, the bar (residents only) was a convivial place to share experiences of your day with Andy and Pip and other residents, who mostly seemed to have stayed there before - a testament in itself. There is also a spacious lounge facing the sea.

The Inglewood has a pleasant location on the Promenade about a mile from the town centre and less than half a mile from the Manx Electric Railway and Horse tram terminal at the north end of the Promenade. A frequent bus service passes the door and takes you not only to the Sea Terminal and town centre, but also direct to the Airport, Castletown and Port Erin. The Horse tram also passes the door. There are a number of good places to eat on the Promenade within ten or so minutes walk of the Inglewood. Best ones for us were the Italian Job in the arcade next to the Gaiety Theatre - great food and efficient service even when busy, The Taste of India - which tasted excellent and the Terminus pub, which as the name suggests is next to the horse tram and MER terminal.

Douglas itself disappointed. Apart from a good museum, the Camera Obscura and the promenade itself, there is not a lot for the visitor. The shopping was particularly poor with only one shopping street mostly fast food and low-end High street names. Best then to make the most of the excellent transport system radiating from Douglas with steam trains going west, electric trains going north and a comprehensive and frequent bus service across the island. An 'explorer' ticket for buses and trains is a great buy, particularly for 5 or 7 days. Castletown, Peel and Port Erin had more charm and there are miles of spectacular coastal, hill and dale walks or cycling to be done.

It was our first visit to the Isle of Man and despite mixed weather, we enjoyed it. We will be back and will have no hesitation in recommending the Inglewood.

Room Tip: Sea facing rooms are larger and have the best views. Ask for a lower floor if stairs are a problem.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Mark_and_Carolyn
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Reviewed 9 July 2012

Just returned from another stay at the Inglewood, our fourth visit in successive years. We again stayed in Room 15, a spacious bay-facing room on the 3rd floor with large seating area. Little has changed during the years since our first visit in 2009, the high standards of decor and cleanliness have been fully maintained and the welcome is as warm as ever. The service and helpfulness provided by Pip, Andy & Leslie is second to none and we are delighted that the Inglewood has just received the Isle of Man Tourist Board's Gold Award which is for (in their words) "the very best of the best" which is a most appropriate description. Many congratulation on gaining this status and we look forward to visiting again in 2013.

Room Tip: Rooms 4, 10 & 15 are all spacious rooms with views over Douglas Bay & Promenade.
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank tjj
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Reviewed 8 July 2012

Having lived on the island, this was a fantastic return, The Inglewood definately lives up to the excellent reviews it has. We arrived on the Motorbike on Sunday, and woke to a wet!!! and foggy day , so wet in fact we hired a smart car from smarthireiom for a couple of days. The smart hire was delivered by the owner, 'Milky Quayle' the outstanding TT rider, what a fantastic ambassador for the island he is. The car was great fun, easy to drive and fantastic value for money. Andy and Pip at the hotel were excellent hosts, even putting our bike gear in the Drying room ( sorry about the aroma from my boots!!) . Rooms are to a very high standard, really nice to have a relaxing drink in the bar or the lounge. Breakfast was suberb. All in All a great stay and we will return when Pip tells us the rain has gone!!

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank welsh-she
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