WHERE TO STAY
Although the island is only 33 miles by 13 miles, the Isle of Man's tourist website offers plenty of choice of place to stay. One lovely option is The Arches - their full length windows provide perfect panoramic views of the gorgeous stars and the pool is a perfect place to chill out at the end of your day.
But if you really want to treat yourself, why not try renting a five-star cottage on the Grenaby Estates?
We stayed in the Hayloft cottage, where the open plan kitchen and living room had a cuddle sofa just big enough for two. If you're wanting to stretch out together to watch the television, there is also a full-sized leather settee. The bathroom came with a bath big enough to share and the king-sized bed was the comfiest we'd ever stayed in.
WHERE TO EAT
The island is full of gorgeous restaurants and a lot of them offer delicious locally-caught seafood. We loved the Boatyard. Situated right on the harbour in Peel, it was the perfect place to eat fish fingers (you actually get the four fingers and a thumb!) and gaze out across the water.
But if seafood isn't really your thing, you could try 14 North. Yes, they do offer various fish-based meals but you can also try the beetroot and goat cheese terrine or the house smoked duck to start, and the rib-eye steak or mushroom, leek and gruyere tart for mains. We're sure you won't be disappointed. In fact, the only thing we would have changed was that we'd had enough room for dessert, as the honeycomb and salted caramel cheesecake looked incredible.
And whatever you do, don't leave the island without trying Queenies - queen scallops fresh from the island, cooked in a variety of sauces. A local delicacy that is definitely worth a taste!
WHAT TO DO
The Isle of Man offers something for everyone. If you're in the mood for a relaxing day sightseeing, there is the traditional steam railway that journeys from the island's capital Douglas down to the town of Port Erin. You can take in the breathtaking countryside and the incredible views of the sea from the comfort of your own (if it's not too busy) carriage.
We'd suggest you get off at Port St Mary and go to the Patchwork cafe for lunch - if the weather is nice, they'll make you your own special hamper, filled with goodies like goats cheese and beetroot quiche and vanilla custard tart. You can take it to the beach with you if you promise to bring it back when you're finished - although you might be bulging out of your bikini by the end of the day!
There are also plenty of options to learn more about Manx culture. Castle Rushen is the fortress in the old capital of Castletown which used to house the kings and lords of Mann. And the Nautical Museum, has its very own boat, the Peggy, concealed in the cellar.
If you're looking for something more than romance to get your pulse racing, then you have come to the right place. The Isle of Man is full of possibilities that are perfect for couples.
The island is famed for its TT-races, where motorbike riders reach speeds of more than 200mph to fly around the 37-mile track. You can visit the track at a much more chilled out way - on a grown-up trike! Admittedly the thick black trousers and jacket and helmet don't make for the best look but they definitely protect you from the wind, and you soon forget what you're wearing as you explore the island in a completely unique way.
And if you're more smitten by the sea, than a lover of the land, you can try sea kayaking. The twilight tours are the perfect romantic way to end your day. As well as rowing around the beautiful Peel castle, you have the chance of seeing seals, puffins and, if you're really lucky, a basking shark.
Flights to the Isle of Man start from £22.49 one way. Visit easyjet.com for more details.
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