'Door to door'
This beautiful island, 32 miles long and 14 miles wide, lies in the Irish sea, approximately equidistant from Britain and Ireland. It is dominated by Snaefell Mountain, rising to over 2000ft. The island is well away from it all yet so close to home and it’s where the life is simple and undemanding, the pace easy and relaxed, a fabulous destination to enjoy that well deserving break.
· Milntown Estate House & Gardens
· Manx Electric Railway
· Snaefell Mountain Railway
· Isle of Man Steam Train, Douglas to Port Erin
· Admission to Cregneash Folk Village
· We make our way towards Ramsey where we take time to visit Milntown House & Gardens. The Christian family lived at Milntown since at least the early 16th century and parts of the house date from that period. There are15 acres of gardens and woodlands in this historical setting to explore. Following this visit we make our way to join the Manx Electric Railway for our train journey to Laxey. Upon arrival in Laxey we climb aboard another train, this time the Snaefell Mountain Railway which will transport us to the summit of Snaefell Mountain, where we have a short time to marvel at the views before our return train. We re-join our coach and make our way back to the hotel.
· We head to the pleasant little town of Peel with its impressive castle and harbour. We enjoy free time here before continuing via Niarbyl to Castletown where we have time to explore.
· We experience the ‘Age of Steam’ on the delightful Isle of Man Steam Railway from Douglas along the south coast to Port Erin. Upon arrival in Port Erin we enjoy some free time with a chance to explore this lovely village. This afternoon we visit Cregneash where we have included admission to the Folk Village. Following this visit our coach will transport us down to The Sound, on the coast, giving us views of the Calf of Man.
The Chesterhouse is located on the seafront of Douglas and has 67 rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. Offering a full range of modern facilities and accessories, rooms at The Chesterhouse are offered at highly competitive rates. The hotel is also close to the town centre - which offers extensive shopping and a variety of bars and restaurants
Please note that due to the original architectural features of our Isle of Man hotels, we politely advise that they are not suitable for any guests requiring, wheelchair, mobility assistance or street level access. These properties have 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.
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