Day 1: Take the ferry from Heysham to Douglas
for a 4 night stay.
Day 2: Board the Steam Railway as it carries
you through the Manx countryside to the
popular resort of Port Erin. If you wish, you could
visit Cregneash Folk Village, an historic
chapter in island life. At the Sound Café and
Visitor Centre, there are wonderful views of the
Calf of Man, home to colonies of sea birds and
diverse marine life. On the return journey to
Douglas why not visit Castletown to see Castle
Rushen and the Old School House.
Day 3: Spend the morning exploring the island’s
capital, Douglas, home to the award-winning
Manx Museum. After lunch you could visit the
iconic Lady Isabella (Laxey Wheel), the
world’s largest working waterwheel and the
island’s most famous icon. You could also catch
the mountain railway up to the summit of
Day 4: Follow the Isle of Man’s famous TT
course, stopping at ‘Royal’ Ramsey, before
travelling across the island to Peel. Sitting
grandly at the mouth of the harbour is an
attractive resort complete with castle, at sandy
beach, harbour, heritage centre and smoked
kipper factory. Make time to visit Tynwald Hill,
home of the 1000 year old Manx Parliament.
Day 5: After breakfast, return by ferry to
Heysham and continue your journey home.
Empress Hotel - HHH
An elegant hotel enjoying a central
location on the promenade in Douglas.
• 102 Bedrooms • Lift
4 nights DBB
Isle of Man Steam Railway to Port Erin