Isle of Man Accommodation

The Isle of Man is steeped in heritage, sprinkled with castles and points of historical interest. It is famous for its TT races which attract an influx of visitors, but there is lots more to see apart from this popular sporting event and the other annual motorsport attractions on the calendar. Isle of Man accommodation can be difficult to find during the TT race but year round there is an abundance of great self catering accommodation available to suit your needs. Families, couples, groups of friends and even pets are welcome.

Isle of Man Holiday Cottages

Isle of Man holiday cottages are a great holiday experience, providing you with your own personal space, a home from home. There are many specifications of holiday cottages available, ideal for you whether you are a group of motorsport enthusiasts or a couple seeking a romantic break together. From budget family cottages to luxury accommodation there is something to make your holiday extra special.

Self Catering Isle of Man

Holiday cottages are ever increasing in popularity as self catering can often save you money and make your valuable holiday budget stretch as far as possible. The Isle of Man has a tradition of fantastic produce which can be sampled at markets and then prepared in your own kitchen. When self catering you can enjoy a great meal without the concern of high restaurant bills. Then you can splash out a bit when you do decide to visit one of the fantastic dining establishments that are available on the Isle of Man.

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The Isle of Man is a stunning island in the middle of the Irish Sea that is full of beautiful countryside, sweeping coastlines and pretty seaside towns. The island is most famous for its motorsports, in particular the Isle of Man TT motorcycling race, but is also surrounded by a wealth of marine life that you won’t see anywhere else in the UK. The island also has a rich cultural heritage which is evident in its cuisine and buildings. There are more than 40 miles of restored steam and electric railway lines which are a delight to see and offer an unforgettable journey.

Places to go on The Isle of Man

The Isle of Man TT race is the just the tip of an iceberg of races, events and activities that make the island one of the most renowned motorsports destinations in the world, a pedigree that dates back more than 100 years. The TT event is held at the end of May – beginning of June, but rally, motorcycle and classics races take place throughout the year so there’s a good chance of catching one whenever you visit. You can get involved in the action as well with guided and non-guided motorcycle and motorcar tours around the iconic TT circuit, taking in the sights and feeling the wind in your hair. For the children, and the child in every adult, there is an exceptional karting track that you can fly around at breakneck speeds. Away from the roar of the engine, you must take advantage of the marine wildlife and activities that the Isle of Man has to offer. The island’s unique location makes it an amazing place to observe seals, dolphins, whales and basking sharks.

Our Top Picks on the Isle of Man

We want you to enjoy the best that the Isle of Man has to offer and so here's a selection of our favourite things to see and do;

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Snaefell Sunset Dinners

A Snaefell Sunset Dinner is a perfect way to end the day. You can relax on a railway journey up to the summit of Snaefell mountain, and then enjoy a lovely three-course meal and raise a glass to the stunning sunset views. The mountain is 620 metres above sea level and if the weather is clear you’ll have incredible views of the entire island.

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Go diving or learn to dive

With the wealth of marine life in the waters around the Isle of Man, going diving is a must if you are already qualified. Companies offer diving trips, boat charters and equipment hire. If you are not a qualified diver the island is a great place to learn, with PADI training courses available. Make sure you do the training courses at the beginning of your stay so you have time to experience the marine life firsthand.

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Go on a Mini adventure

Don’t miss the opportunity to take on the famous TT circuit yourself in a classic mini, one of the most exhilarating motorcars to race thanks to its tiny frame and low driving position. Manx Mini Adventures has a specialist fleet of classic minis for you to hire.

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