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The most famous and luxurious hotel in town is the Sefton, the Empress is also a good choice.As the spring weather entices more people to take to the roads to enjoy the warm temperatures and scenery, we remind everyone to be more aware of other road users.To buy tickets starting on the Isle of Man simply type 'Douglas Isle of Man' in the 'From' box and any station you like in to 'To' box to buy one-way or return tickets from Douglas to any station in Britain.You'll need to make a ferry reservation: Your train & ferry ticket will not include a ferry reservation.One ticket covers both train & ferry, centre to centre, no airport hassles, no flights. This is the Ben My Chree arrived at Douglas Sea Terminal.Unlike the airport, the Sea Terminal is in Douglas city centre at the south end of the promenade, a few minutes walk from all the main hotels, see map. The ferry Ben My Chree is small but perfectly formed. Premium Lounge: A top tip when phoning to make your ferry reservation is to pay for a reserved seat in the Premium Lounge (above).You can buy a special Sail Rail train & ferry ticket between any rail station in Britain and Douglas on the Isle of Man, one-way or return in either direction at The trains have air-conditioning, Wi Fi (free in 1st class, charged in 2nd class), and a shop selling newspapers, drinks and snacks.
The narrow-gauge two-track electric railway twists and turns, climbing steeply out of Douglas alongside the road, the sea visible over the cliffs.
In the 'To' box, type 'Doug' and select Douglas Isle of Man.
In the 'From' box, type 'Lon' and select London (any station) or type the name of any British station.
A simple change of tram at Laxey station gets you onto the Snaefell Mountain Railway. The Steam Railway station is at the south end of town, just inland from the Sea Terminal.
An offshoot of the Manx Electric Railway opened in 1899, it links Laxey with the summit of the Isle of Man's one and only true mountain, the 2,036-feet-high Snaefell. The delightful Isle of Man Steam Railway links Douglas with Castletown and Port Erin to the south, from March to November with roughly hourly departures mid-morning into the afternoon. The booking hall-cum-tea-room features old maps showing how the steam rail network once reached Peel and even Ramsey.