7 days   £700
Mon 23rd - Sun 29th August 2021 

Single Room Supplement £95



The Isle of Man is stunningly beautiful with a wide variety of wildlife and scenery, from uncrowded beaches and magnificent coastline, to wild moorland, picturesque glens and pretty villages.  There is 10,000 years of history to explore – the Tynwald is the oldest parliament in continuous existence.  The island boasts its own language, stamps, bank notes and coins, although the currency is sterling. Step back in time by riding on the Victorian railways and tramways. We take the ferry crossing from Heysham to Douglas.  Half board accommodation is provided at the  Chesterhouse Hotel which is situated on the promenade in the centre of Douglas.  All rooms are en-suite with TV, hairdryer and tea facilities. 

Provisional Itinerary:

Day 1: Outward journey from the Midlands. We journey to Heysham where we board the 3 hour crossing to Douglas. We arrive at our hotel early evening.

Day 2: A leisurely excursion to Ramsey, we return via the TT Starting Grid.

Day 3: We journey to Laxey where we board the Mountain Railway that takes us to the summit of Mount Snaefall. We shall also visit the Laxey Wheel (admission included).

Day 4: A full day excursion, visiting Port Erin, Castletown and the Calf of Man. Returning via the Rest Home for Old Horses.

Day 5: Leisurely excursion to Peel, via Tynwald Hill.

Day 6: At leisure in Douglas.

Day 7: Return to the Midlands.


Take a look at this short video of the last time we visited the Isle of Man (for only 5 days):