3* Chesterhouse, Isle of Man
Travel 30 Sep 2019 - 01 Nov 2019
4nts from £365 - 5nts from £415
- 3 nts Chesterhouse, Isle of Man Holidays & Special Offers - Breakfast
- Includes 3 course carvery dinner, 1 x bottle of house wine or 2 x beers each evening (evening drinks allowance is per couple)
- Return travel by ferry
- Return hotel transfers
- Daily lunch vouchers redeemable at a selection of hotels and restaurants across the island
- Go explore pass offering unlimited use of the steam railway, mountain railway, horse drawn trams, electric tram and buses
- Heritage pass with unlimited access to all the manx national heritage sites
- Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing and are subject to availability. Price includes accommodation with breakfast , meals as stated and return travel as a foot passenger by Isle of Man Steam Packet Company from Liverpool or Heysham. Take your own car for just £99 extra. Air prices and 4&5 nights are available, please ask for details.
- This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
The Chesterhouse offers beautiful sea views across Douglas Bay, yet is only a stone's throw from the town centre.
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing and are subject to availability. Price includes accommodation with breakfast , meals as stated and return travel as a foot passenger by Isle of Man Steam Packet Company from Liverpool or Heysham. Take your own car for just £99 extra. Air prices and 4&5 nights are available, please ask for details.
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availabilty, terms and conditions apply.
This sea-bound kingdom is a place of rich history and tradition where you will hear stories of giants and fairies, be captivated by ancient Viking ruins, ride an impressive network of heritage railways and always receive the warmest of welcomes.
The island’s capital, Douglas, is the main hub for shopping and entertainment as well as the beginning of the Story of Mann trail which acts as your guide to the island’s heritage attractions. Horse-drawn trams “clip clop” along the two miles of Douglas Promenade and the town is also the starting point of the Steam Railway and Manx Electric Railway, which lead south and north respectively.
Around the island, Castletown has one of Europe’s best-preserved medieval castles - Castle Rushen; Laxey is where you can glimpse the world’s largest working waterwheel - Lady Isabella; Peel and Port Erin have glorious sandy beaches and sheltered bays; and Ramsey boasts an impressive working harbour.
Come rain or shine the island is a playground for outdoor adventure. Take to the emerald waters aboard a kayak or stand-up paddleboard, get your pulse racing with coasteering or a thrilling trike tour, try a spot of golf or, slow the pace and marvel at majestic landscapes along coastal paths, country lanes and within 18 National Glens.
Food and drink are vital ingredients of any holiday and the island’s wide variety of eateries tempt with handpicked vegetables, home-reared Loaghtan lamb, freshly caught queenies, lip-smackingly good ice cream and so much more.