Following a multi-million pound refurbishment, The Rutland has been transformed into a stunning 64 bedroom hotel offering comfort, style and quality to both business and leisure customers.
The Rutland is situated on the Queens Promenade in Douglas and enjoys beautiful panoramic views across Douglas Bay and is only a short walk to the town centre.
Please note that due to the original architectural features of our Isle of Man hotels, we politely advise that they are not suitable for any guests requiring, wheelchair, mobility assistance or street level access.
An Isle of Man tour is a marvellously unique experience. A self-governing part of the British Isles with the oldest parliament in the world, the island has a history spanning a thousand years. More recently the Victorians developed the island and left a legacy that is readily apparent today in the unique steam and electric transport system – providing nostalgic journeys through some of the most amazing scenery imaginable.
There’s a lift available to most floors.
Day One – We take a leisurely drive for our ferry crossing from Heysham to Douglas.
Day Two – Travel by coach to Castletown and visit the House of Keys, an interactive retelling of the island’s government. Continue south passing Cregneash to the Sound with magnificent views of the Calf of Man. At Port Erin, we take a look around the Railway Museum before boarding the Steam Train back to Douglas.
Day Three – Today we take the Manx Electric Railway to the pretty town of Laxey, famous for the Great Laxey Wheel, and join the Snaefell Mountain Railway for a return journey to the summit. Free time in Peel, so many options here, you may choose to visit the House of Manannan, Peel Castle, or treat yourself to ice cream in the harbour. We return home via Tynwald Hill.
Day Four – This morning we take a journey on the charming Horse Tram along the Victorian promenade. The rest of the day is taken at your leisure. We highly recommend a walk up to the Manx Museum. This free to visit attraction is packed full of artefacts and treasures unique to the Isle of Man’s 10,000 year history.
Day Five – After breakfast time to depart and travel home.
• Pets are not allowed
Food & Drink
• Special diet menus (on request)
• Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge
• No parking available
• Luggage storage
• Dry cleaning (Additional charge)
• Laundry (Additional charge)
• 24-hour front desk
• Meeting/banquet facilities(Additional charge)
• Room service
• Non-smoking throughout
• Non-smoking rooms
• Newspapers (additional charge)