Getting here ...
Take the boat from Heysham (all year round) or Liverpool (Summer only).
There are also Summer sailings to the Isle of Man from Belfast and Dublin.
Or fly from one of a number of airports around the British Isles
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Using Manx public transport is so easy - there's even a bus stop right outside our door
so if you're coming to us without a car you can still explore the Island with ease!
Getting here by bus from the Sea Terminal
From the front of the Sea Terminal make your way to the row of bus shelters on Lord Street (cross the road, turn left, walk around the corner and the shelters are just beyond the next roundabout). You should catch either a number 5 or 6 bus. Ask for Peel Golf Club (the stop is officially listed as ‘Tynwald Close’ and is the stop after ‘Queen Elizabeth II school and Peel football club’).
The journey will take about 35 minutes.
When you get off, cross over the road and head left. You’ll pass a brown sign to Peel Golf Club. Look for the next telegraph pole. Our driveway is immediately after that pole on the right, about 80m from the bus stop.
Getting here by bus from the airport
You will need to go via Douglas. There are regular buses into Douglas from the front of the terminal building. The journey takes about 25 minutes. Get off at Victoria Street and walk the short distance to the bus station at Lord Street (the driver will offer directions).
Then catch a number 5 or 6 bus to Peel (details as above).
Taxis are usually available from the stand at the front of the Sea Terminal, or the airport terminal building.
Thie Dy Vea is registered as a charity on the Isle of Man - Manx Charity Number 1309.
Thie Dy Vea is a limited company - number 134206 C
Registered Office - Ballawattleworth House, Tynwald Road, Peel, Isle of Man, IM5 1JP
Trustees: Rev'd Alexander Robert Brown, Canon Philip Gillespie, Judith Ann Ley, Rev'd Richard Littledale, Sheila Sutton, Simon Young.