Visitors to the Isle of Man see the ‘must see’ sights of castles, glens and the main towns and often miss out on the north of the island with its incredible coastlines, glacial plains and vast stretches of pebble beaches and during the late summer is blanketed in purple and yellow of the gorse and […]
As a tour guide on the Isle of Man it is amazing how many types of tourists we have coming over, from the regular all round tourist to specialist tours such as heritage railways, walking holidays to dark skies visitors
This year has been remarkable for me with Guided Tours of Mann as I have been […]
When you look at an island so small as the Isle of Man in comparison with other places we have a wealth of history and heritage as well as buildings some simple and some iconic. I know how privileged we are to have one of these iconic buildings, designed by Frank Matcham who was […]
The merry month of May heralds the popular National Mills Weekend across the length and breadth of the British Isles, and with it comes an annual opportunity for the public to experience the rich history of Kentraugh Mill in the south of the […]
No matter what the temperature might be on the Isle of Man, things are hotting up for Manx music this month, with many singers and musicians heading for pastures old and new – together with a special weekend for harp players.
Trad bands Mec Lir and Ímar will be travelling to the Shetland Folk Festival, which […]