Isle of Man – Douglas
The Isle of Man is shrouded in mystery, a sea bound kingdom with its own captivating story to tell, with a rich history, that echoes through the ages. A melting pot of character and taste, where true heroes exist and sea monsters bask in the shallows. Landscapes carved from pure imagination and magical vistas of the Seven Kingdoms. A world of tangled trees and twisty trails. A place where legends are Manx made. This idyllic island boasts well preserved heritage sites, classic railways and its very own Parliament, but best known for its motorcycle racing, the iconic Isle of Man TT races.
Single supplement £84pp
OVERNIGHT BAG REQUIRED
The Empress Hotel
Overlooking the open seaside, The Empress Hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome and is complemented by impeccable service and superb food from the restaurant. All rooms have been designed with comfort and convenience in mind and include en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries, LCD flatscreen television with radio stations, hairdryer, trouser press, direct dial telephone, tea, coffee and biscuits and free WiFi. PLEASE NOTE that due to the original architectural features of our Isle of Man Hotel, we politely advise that it is not suitable for any guests requiring wheelchair, mobility assistance or street level access. This property has a number of external steps to access the hotel entrance, as well as internal steps to the upper floors, including the access route from the lift to adjacent bedroom corridors.
|5 Nights - Island Heritage
|Laxey mountain railway, guided tours all over the island including visits to Port Erin, Cregneash, National Folk Museum and of course, a journey around the iconic TT course, stopping at Royal Ramsey and Peel, a delightful way to see the very best of this intriguing Island of mountains, meadows, castles, history, pretty villages and lots more. A stunningly scenic holiday.
Price is per person on half board basis unless stated. Weekend breaks include Sunday lunch.
No single supplement on allocated singles.