Isle of Man Romantic Railways

3* Ramsey Park Hotel, Ramsey, Isle of Man: TT Guided Coach Tour, Peel, Manx Electric Railway, Laxey, Snaefell Mountain Railway, Douglas, Isle of Man Steam Railway, Port Erin & Castletown



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Isle of Man Romantic Railways

Stay at the 3* Ramsey Park Hotel, Ramsey in the north of the Isle of Man. Embark on a guided coach tour of the famous TT route including a visit to Peel, journey onboard the Manx Electric Railway to Laxey, home of the Lady Isabella water wheel, and journey to the top of Snaefell on board the Snaefell Mountain Railway. Visit Douglas, the island's largest town, journey through the south island countryside on board the Isle of Man Steam Railway to Port Erin and visit Castletown, the island's original capital.
Sunday 29 September 2024
6 Days
£795 per person sharing a twin/double room
£170 single supplement (double/twin for sole occupancy)
Home pick up/set down from £40 per person
Front seat supplement £15 for the duration of the tour
Price includes:
All coach travel
5 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
Guided Coach Tour
Manx Electric Railway
Snaefell Mountain Railway Ride
Isle of Man Steam Railway
Please note there is limited pick ups on this holiday


Day 1

With an early departure we journey north to reach our ferry at Heysham for the afternoon crossing to Douglas, we then make our way north arriving at the 3* Ramsey Park Hotel in time for dinner.


Day 2

Today we are joined by a local guide to explore the west and north of the island. We spend time at leisure in Peel, where you can choose to visit the Castle, the House of Manannan, or just take in the harbour views with a coffee. On our return to the hotel we cover some of the famous TT motorcycle route.


Day 3

Our excursion today takes us on the Manx Electric Railway to Laxey, home of the famous 'Lady Isabella' water wheel, and the Laxey Woollen Mill. At Laxey we join the Snaefell Mountain Railway for a glorious scenic ride to the summit, where on a clear day all 4 countries of the UK can be seen.


Day 4

After a leisurely breakfast we make our way south to Douglas with free time to explore the island's largest town. Take a ride along the promenade on one of the famous horse-drawn trams, browse through the shops, or just sit and watch the world go by.


Day 5

This morning we make our way to the Isle of Man Steam Railway for a ride through the countryside of the south of the island to Port Erin, with its beautiful bay, overlooked by majestic Bradda Head. Originally built in the late 1800's the 3 feet track gauge lines covered about 50 miles. Now only the southern line, operating since 1874, continues. It covers around 15 miles from Douglas to Port Erin. This afternoon we visit Castletown, the original capital of the island, here you can choose to visit some of many of the island's historical attractions, Castle Rushen, Rushen Abbey, The House of Keys, or the Nautical Museum.


Day 6

After an early breakfast it is time to board the ferry for the return crossing to Heysham, arriving home mid-evening.



Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour. Please note some pick up points may not be served on all departure dates.

Baldock Market Place N/STBATBA
Bishops Std Rail StationTBATBA
Cambridge Trumpington P&RTBATBA
Newport Stn Rd Bus Stop NTBATBA
Royston Bus StationTBATBA
Saffron Walden High St NTBATBA
Stansted Mountfit Har NTBATBA
Stevenage Bus Station LTBATBA


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