We start with a local departure and make our way to Heysham for the ferry crossing to Douglas. Here accommodation has been reserved at the Chesterhouse Hotel. This is set on the sea front in Douglas. Douglas features a whole host of amenities including an extensive shopping area and a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. Hotel features include a lounge and dining room. All rooms are well appointed. The Chester House has its own restaurant and bar with great views of Douglas Bay. There is also a comfortable lounge. The Amber Lounge Bar is beneath the Chester House Hotel and the promenade. The main bar has a comfortable lounge and bar open for drinks most nights of the week.
Please Note: Due to the original features of the Chesterhouse Hotel it is not suitable for guests requiring wheelchair or street level access as there are external steps to access the hotel entrance.
During your stay we have included these great excursions:
- A visit to Port Erin – a resort with a beautiful bay sheltered by Bradda Head with retains its Edwardian flavour, before heading towards the Calf of Man. Then on to Castletown where mediaeval Castle Rushen dominates the town and harbour
- A circular tour of the north of the island. We first visit the village of St Johns – the setting on an open air Manx parliament. Continue to the fishing port of Peel which has a ruined castle overlooking the harbour and antique shops in the alleyways. In the afternoon we make our way to Ramsey – a harbour town and small seaside resort
On day 5 we make our way home via the ferry crossing from Douglas to Heysham.