Glenlough Campsite is a charming campsite found a short walk outside the village of Union Mills on the Isle of Man.The park is a popular place to stay during the Isle of Man TT festival and remains busy throughout the season. The site has pitches welcoming motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents, as well as having a camping pod available for anyone looking for a camping experience with a difference.
A selection of hard standing pitches are available, while electric hook ups can also be used by guests. Shower and toilet blocks are available for use during guests’ stay at Glenlough Campsite.
Motorbike racing in the Isle of Man is world famous, of course. For guests visiting during the TT festival in late May and early June there is always plenty to do and see, although anyone staying at other times of the year won’t be disappointed with what’s on offer at Glenlough, either. The village of Union Mills has a range of amenities, with local shops and businesses complemented by a convenience store, welcoming pub, service station and post office.
If you enjoy walking holidays and cycling holidays, why not explore the surrounding area by heading out on foot or on bicycle to enjoy the Isle of Man's lush countryside and open fields. There are plenty of open spaces for families to enjoy ball games and other outdoor fun, too.
The brilliant thing about a stay on the Isle of Man is that the whole island is accessible by car, so visiting every attraction is a possibility, all guests need to do is decide where they’d like to visit the most!
The Isle of Man is famous for its castles, with many to be found across the island. Castle Rushen is perhaps the most famous of all. Found in the island’s historic capital, Castletown, Castle Rushen towers over the town and is an amazing place to spend a day out. Castle Rushen is still used today as a court house, as well as being a museum and education centre visited by schools from across the Isle of Man as well as the British and Irish mainland.
Peel Castle is another amazing construction to be found. While today it is not in use and stands as ruins, it is still an inspirational site, and guests that hang around until nightfall will see it lit up in all its majesty. Guests who get hold of Isle of Man money while staying at Glenlough will notice Peel Castle on the reverse side of the £10 notes.
Visit Douglas on the Isle of Man to see the island's administrative capital. This is a 'must visit' place when on the Isle of Man because it has a stunning promenade that runs almost the whole length of the beachfront and harbour area, as well as a number of landmarks and attractions to be found across the town. For things to do and places to go shopping, you can't Douglas, with its entertainment, leisure facilities and shops. There are eight football teams based in Douglas, so if you enjoy watching football matches on holiday, this is the ideal place to come.
Visit the Isle of Man for a memorable holiday, and make it even better by staying at Glenlough campsite, to add to the experience.
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