Date 24/06/2019 - 29/06/2019
The Isle of Man, midway between Britain and Ireland, is only 13 miles wide and 33 miles long yet offers a wide variety of town and country. The island is steeped in history and life is leisurely, unhurried, warm and friendly. Situated in the middle of the Gulf Stream means it enjoys one of the mildest climates in the British Isles that accounts for the palms and other exotic plants abounding there. The island has over 100 miles of beautiful coastline with dunes, rocky cliffs, beaches, secluded coves and majestic bays, whilst inland there are mountains, moorlands, glens and woods.
A full guided day tour of the north of the Island, via Peel, to Point of Ayre and returning to Ramsey.
A full guided day tour of the south of the Island, first to historic Castletown, once the island’s capital and dominated by ancient Castle Rushey, then onto Cregneash at the island’s tip to take a view of the Calf of Man before visiting Port Erin.
A visit to Laxey Wheel – the largest water wheel in the world. With a return summit ride from Laxey on Snaefell Mountain Railway.
A ride on the Isle of Man Electric Tram Railway Douglas to Laxey. A tour of the Kipper factory in Peel.
RAMSEY PARK HOTEL, RAMSEY ***
Set in the historic town of Ramsey with stunning views over Mooragh Lake and the Island’s coast. All bedrooms are en-suite with TV, hairdryer, Wi-FI and tea and coffee making facilities. There is a pleasant lounge, Piano bar and Lake View restaurant. Lift.
Supplements per person
Single room £146.00
Insurance premium £55.50
Price is based on shared twin/double accommodation with en-suite facilities including breakfast,
dinner, guide, excursions in the itinerary, coach travel and return ferry from Heysham to Douglas.