A limited number of single rooms are available with a £70 supplement
Marooned between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales in the Irish Sea roughly 60 miles west of Lancashire lays the pint-sized Isle of Man, some 32 miles long by 15 miles wide. Its small size hasn’t intimidated it into following the rest of Britain however: This unique self-governing kingdom has its own parliament, own postage stamps, own Manx language and own currency, although the English pound is widely accepted. This ancient island offers an extraordinary variety of scenery and attractions set amidst a Viking, Celtic and Anglo-Saxon cultural heritage. The island is famous for its wonderful glens and mountains, dramatic coastlines and long sandy beaches. Amongst its many attractions, you’ll find enchanting medieval castles, ancient village churches, stately homes and beautiful parks and gardens. The island’s old-fashioned Victorian transport is also still in use with steam, electric and mountain railways to choose from as well as a horse tram.
The Palace Hotel is located on the sweeping bay of Douglas with delightful sunken gardens, beach and panoramic views of the Island. It is centrally located close to Douglas shopping centre, steam or electric railways and Horse trams.