Isle Of Man Explorer 7 Days - Hydro Hotel
The Isle of Man’s scenery combines a beautiful coastline of sandy beaches and rocky points with a mountainous interior which is never more than a few minutes' drive away. The architecture in Douglas is predominantly Victorian but in the villages and towns elsewhere on the island there is a rich cultural heritage of harbours and castles, with many traces of ancient Viking and Celtic history. Douglas has many shops and entertainments including two modern shopping malls, a theatre, nightclubs, discos, cinemas, ten pin bowling and a casino. But it is above all the relaxed pace of life, the warm friendly welcome and the reminders of a less hectic age which most visitors recall as they look back on their stay on this wonderful island.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel
Day 2 - Northern Island Tour
We visit Ramsey, the scene of several invasions during the Middle Ages, and the ancient harbour town of Peel. Peel is home to many museums including the Leece Museum of local history, the Celtic and Viking history centre at the House of Manannan, and the Transport Museum featuring the tiny Peel P50 microcar./n
Day 3 - Day at Leisure
Day 4 - Full Day - Day at Leisure
Day 5 - Southern Island Tour
Visiting Port Erin and Cregneash village at the tip of the island with views of Calf Sound and Calf of Man. Port Erin sports a picturesque beach in a sheltered bay bordered by the Bradda Head cliffs. We also stop at Castletown, the ancient capital of the Island, dominated by Castle Rushen. The ramparts of the castle provide stunning views all round from town to sea./n
Day 6 - Full Day - Laxey Half Day
The Laxey Mines were the deepest mines in the world during the 1800's. The Great Laxey Wheel (entry fees apply) pumped water out of the mines./nThere are many cafes and tea rooms in the village, around the picturesque harbour. /nLaxey Woolen Mill is the only remining working mill on the island, and sells its Manx Tartan in its own craft shop./n
Day 7 - Return Travel
This friendly family run hotel is situated in the centre of Douglas seafront overlooking the bay and a few minutes' walk from the seafront shops.