23 ideas for half term in the Isle of Man

Ideas for February half term in the Isle of Man

If you are looking for some half term fun in the South of the Isle of Man, look no further. Here are a few suggestions for a great all weather week in Port Erin, Castletown and The South ....  

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Click on the links to see opening times: 

1. Visit the Military and Aviation Museum - Details here

2. Walk around Cregneash via the Meayll Circle with lunch at The Sound Cafe to watch the waves

3. If its dry and calm, Paddleboarding in Port Erin

4. Pizza at Byron's watching the waves on Port Erin beach 

5. Walking around Langness

6. Coffee and a cake at Cafe Red Port Erin

7. Windsurfing with Dave's Waves

8. A hike to Bradda Head and Milner's Tower with a hot choc on the way back at the Bradda Glen Cafe 

9. Pottery painting - Details here 

10.Putting green at Rowany golf club

11. A walk the beautiful Silverdale Glen

12. A game of Pool or Snooker at The Cue Zone  

13. Lunch at the Whistlestop Cafe at Port Erin railway station in front of the roaring fire

14. Cupcake decorating - Details here

15. Quad Biking at South Barrule Plantation - Details here

16. Geocashing - Details here

17. Scarlett Nature Trail - Details here 

18. High ropes - Details here

19. Watch the surfers in Gansey Bay 

20. Walk the Millennium Way

21. Browsing in The Papered Nest and Trend

22. Relaxing with a book and a coffee in Castletown Square before a wander along the coast

23. And finally our favourite, some winter beach time on Port Erin beach with a game of rounders and good friends and some old trainers.  

The Steam Train may not yet be running, but here is the bus timetable if you fancy hopping around with the kiddies to make it an adventure. 

Be sure to click on the links before you go and book some in advance if you can. 

Have a lovely half term and get in touch if you would like any other suggestions

Bye for now 

xx

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Each cottage sleeps six guests and is pet friendly. Perfect for a special celebration or group of friends, you are in the south of the Isle of Man. 

The houses have doubles bedrooms, twin bedrooms and some larger beds are zip and link, so can be split into twins for extra comfort with a group of friends

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