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Join us for a special tour of the Isle of Man and discover the unique history and culture of the little Island in the middle of the Irish Sea. 

Situated between the coastlines of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, in the middle of the Irish Sea, you’ll find our beautiful Island.

Blessed with an extensive coastline, stunning natural landscapes and the cleanest beaches in Europe, the Isle of Man is within easy reach of the rest of the British Isles.

The Isle of Man has a 10,000-year history with a Celtic and Viking past, which is explored in our 3-night tour. You will visit castles, see the ancient Viking crosses and burial grounds and learn about the oldest continuous parliament in the world.


  • Return ferry travel by sea
  • Fully escorted by a local experienced tour manager  – Isle of Man Government Registered Blue Badge Guide.
  • Entry into heritage sites
  • Small group sizes
  • Minibus transfers throughout
  • Three nights in a carefully chosen four-star hotel on a bed-and-breakfast basis


Friday  – arrive at Ronaldsway Airport, where you will be met by your local Tour Manager and guide for your weekend break. 

Following a short drive, you will arrive in Douglas, where your hotel for the weekend is situated. The hotel is conveniently located close to the seafront and all shops and restaurants. 

You can either relax or spend some time in the fascinating Manx Museum, which is a short walk from the hotel.

Saturday  – Today, we visit the North of the Island, and the sites will include the famous Laxey Wheel, King Orry’s Grave, a Neolithic burial mound, and St Maughold Church with its fascinating early Christian and Viking crosses.  Lunch will be in Ramsey, the second largest town on the Island and then up to The Point of Ayre, the northern tip of the Island. 

The next stop will be Milntown for a private tour of this historic house  – Milntown also has beautiful gardens and a café for refreshments.  We return to Douglas over the mountain on the famous TT race course.

Sunday – After a leisurely start, we head west to visit St Johns and learn about the Viking Heritage and visit Tynwald Hill in St Johns.  A short hop brings us to Peel, where we can see Peel Castle and the House of Manannan. 

Heading south, we stop at Knockaloe and then onto Niarbyl for the Island’s most stunning scenery.  Carrying on, we reach the Sound with views over to the Calf of Man and then visit Cregneash, the home of Manx cats and the Manx Loaghtan sheep.

Then onto Balladoole to visit a multi-period site covering the Bronze Age, Iron Age, Early Christian period and a Viking ship burial Our last stop on tour will be Castletown, home to Castle Rushen and The Old House of Keys. 

From Castletown, it is a short hop to the airport for your flight home.



Situated in the heart of Douglas, Mannin Hotel offers a modern and comfortable base from which to explore our beautiful Island.

The Mannin Hotel was built on the site of the original Mannin and Broadway hotels, dating back to the 1880s. All bedrooms boast air conditioning, complimentary wifi, a laptop safe, tea & coffee making facilities and high-quality toiletries. Half of the rooms overlook the internal atrium and have a private balcony.

The other half overlooks Broadway and the Villa Marina complex and has limited sea views.