Isle Of Man - Manx Explorer
The enchanting Isle of Man is made up of unique cocktail of ingredients, which blend to produce an unforgettable holiday. Its scenery combines with a beautiful coastline, dramatic headlands with a mountainous interior that is never too far away. Come and explore the island along its roads and footpaths to discover enchanting glens, miles of golden sand, medieval castles, Victorian railways and beautiful parks and gardens.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- 4 nights in Douglas with dinner & breakfast
- 2 overnight hotels with breakfast & one dinner
- Tea / coffee after dinner
- Porterage at main hotel
- Included excursions as stated
Day 1 - From your chosen joining point your feeder vehicle will take you to your designated interchange point where your holiday begins. After joining your holiday coach a comfort stop will be made en route for lunch. Head to the North West of England stopping for lunch and refreshments to your overnight hotel in the Preston area. Dinner, bed & breakfast.
Day 2 -Travel through the lovely Ribble Valley and the Forest of Bowland, en route to Heysham for your ferry crossing to the Isle of Man and your resort hotel for your 4-night stay in Douglas. Dinner, bed & breakfast.
Days 3 - 5 At leisure in Douglas with two included excursions.
Experience the beauty and surprising variety of the Manx landscape as you visit some of the main towns and villages including Laxey with its famous wheel. There will be an optional Mountain Railway trip to the summit of Snaefell before continuing to Ramsey before returning to Douglas via the Mountain Road.
Castletown, Cregneash & Views of the Calf of Man
Visit Castletown, Cregneash and Calf of Man on the most southern point on the Island. Castletown sits on the site of an ancient volcano and the town was the capital of the island for hundreds of years. The Sound Visitor Centre in Port St Mary is one of the most picturesque points in the south of the Island. The large cafe, which has been built into the headland, offers 180 degree panoramic views of the surrounding area and is perfect for those looking for a light snack or just a cup of tea. Adjoining the café is the visitor centre which contains a wealth of information about the history of the area including the Calf of Man which is an Island directly opposite.
Day 6 - After a day at leisure on the island you board the evening ferry to arrive in Heysham late tonight. Head straight to your hotel in the Lancaster area for the last overnight. Room & breakfast (NB Due to a late arrival at the hotel there is no evening meal included).
Day 7 - After breakfast, continue homeward arriving early evening.Back to top