Operated by Scenic & Continental Car Tours
Set in the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man is a unique destination with over 10,000 years of history. Surprisingly large at over 33 miles long and 13 miles wide, there is more to the Isle of Man than, at first, meets the eye.
5 Day, 4 Night Package
MSCC Members Price £379.00
Return Ferry Crossing from Heysham or Liverpool to Douglas, Isle of Man
4 Nights at the Ramsey Park Hotel, Ramsey or the Mannin Hotel in Douglas
Full Manx Breakfast each morning
Welcome Group Dinner on 1st Night
Admission to the Jurby Car Museum
Detailed Roadbook featuring great drives including the Isle of Man TT Circuit
Commemorative Tour Rally Plate
Complimentary Car Parking at all Hotel
Full Financial Protection in accordance with the
EU package Travel Directive
MSCC Members price applies to the member plus one guest. All prices are based on 2 persons occupying a car and a twin/double room at the hotel.
Single Supplement - £300.00
Book on-line or telephone 01732 879153 quoting MSCC/IOM
Ramsey Park Hotel, Ramsey IOM
Situated in Ramsey, the second largest town on the Isle of Man, Ramsey Park Hotel offers a host of activities in the surrounding area, such as sailing, horse riding and jogging trails. Just 300 metres from the coastline of the Irish Sea, the hotel also offers free Wi-Fi and on-site parking. A 32-inch flat-screen TV is provided in each Ramsey Park room, as well as an en suite bathroom and hospitality tray. Douglas, the capital of the Isle of Man, is a 25-minute drive away and features high street shops, sandy beaches and a variety of cafes and restaurants.
The Isle of Man is definitely a place all driving enthusiasts should visit as thanks to a quirk of the island laws, outside the race season much of the TT route has no speed limit. Yes, in 2017, there are still roads where you can drive as fast as you wish. Where else would you see kerbstones painted in circuit apex fashion, black and white stripes, in sleepy towns and villages? The TT circuit is driveable in either direction, but most will take the traditional TT clockwise direction. In true circuit style the sections, corners and mile markers have evocative names; Bray Hill, Ballacraine, Alpine Cottage, Ramsey Hairpin, The Bungalow, Windy Corner and so on.
Venture away from the capital, Douglas, and you’ll find rugged cliffs, sandy coves, miles of uncrowded beaches, enchanting glens and unspoilt countryside, where you can indulge your passion for the great outdoors as you meander through glorious wooded glens basking in the colours of the purple heather covered moorland. The ancient Celts, Vikings and Christians left the island with a legacy of their lifetime and all around the island you will find evidence of these early settlers - Celtic crosses, medieval fortresses and Viking burial grounds. Its most famous symbols are the Manx cat and the island’s emblem the three legs of Man whose meaning is “whichever way you throw me I stand”.