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The Dairyman's Daughter

Traditional3.2 miles Main Road Arreton PO30 3AA

With dogs and muddy boots most welcome, this country pub does everything it can to keep guests entertained. Live folk music features most evenings and is best enjoyed with one of the several locally produced real ales and a dish from the tantalising menu or specials board. Both boast tasty starters and toothsome mains - why not try ...

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The Travellers Joy

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.3 miles 85 Pallance Road Northwood Nr. Cowes PO31 8LS

This cosy public house has lost none of its historic appeal despite the numerous extensions that have been added over the years, such as the conservatory and pool room. Plenty of exciting additions have also been made to the garden, which has a pétanque area and pets corner, and is a nice spot to relax with a glass of wine. ...

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Bluebells at Briddlesford

Cafe3.3 miles Briddlesford Lodge Farm Briddlesford Road Wootton PO33 4RY

Briddlesford Lodge Farm is a unique family-owned business which has launched a number of ventures, the latest of which, due to open in summer 2014, will be a museum and gallery in the farm's converted hop kilns. At Briddlesford, uncompromising commitment to quality and attention to detail make for a very memorable dining experien...

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The Woodmans Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.5 miles Station Road Wootton PO33 4RQ

With blue skies overhead and countryside in every direction, it's not difficult to understand why proprietors Trevor and Cheryl fell in love with The Woodmans Arms. Having upped sticks and moved from Lincolnshire to the Island in 2012, they have firmly established their family pub as a destination for visitors making the most of the...

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The Chequers Inn

Traditional3.7 miles Chequers Inn Rookley PO38 3NZ

In the centre of the Island, lying but three miles south of Newport, the village of Rookley is home to some astonishing views and the well-known pub The Chequers Inn. Dating back to the 18th Century, this former customs house turned Island pub is run by owners Richard and Sue Holmes. Along with selling ales that have seen the pub ap...

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The Chequers Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.7 miles Niton Road Rookley PO38 3NZ

In the centre of the Island, just three miles south of Newport, the rural village of Rookley is home to The Chequers Inn. This 18th-Century former customs house is now a CAMRA-recommended establishment due to its fine selection of premier ales and boasts a great reputation for thoroughly traditional cuisine, utilising local produce....

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The Sun

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.7 miles Calbourne Newport PO30 4JA

It’s hard to define what makes The Sun in Calbourne so special, but the delicious homemade food certainly helps. The Sun has recently undergone a stylish refurbishment, but has always boasted a menu that lists a tempting choice of comforting, home-cooked classics, including homemade pies, aromatic curries, punchy chillies and he...

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The Crown Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.8 miles Walkers Lane Shorwell Nr. Newport PO30 3JZ

For a country pub retreat on the Isle of Wight, seek out The Crown Inn in Shorwell. The Crown offers a selection of real ales alongside a menu full of traditional classics; you might begin a meal here with half a pint of shell-on prawns, continue with the beef lasagne and end on one of the homemade desserts. There's also a selection...

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The Lifeboat

Modern European, British4.3 miles Britannia Way East Cowes PO32 6EG

Standing beside the Medina and boasting superb riverside views, The Lifeboat is one of this area's most popular spots. A short hop across the water in one of Sally's water taxis, The Lifeboat is a hit with visiting yachtsmen and is a family-friendly home-from-home for locals. Extensive menus and daily specials offer contemporary cui...

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The Little Gloster

Modern European, British4.4 miles 31 Marsh Road Gurnard PO31 8JQ

The Little Gloster is named after the now departed Gloster Hotel, which was owned by Ben and Jack Cooke's grandparents. The Gloster of old was known around the Island for being one of the most prestigious hotels, something which both brothers have rekindled in their own version of the Gloster. Boasting a restaurant, bar and bed and...

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Albert Cottage Hotel

Wedding Venue, Miscellaneous4.5 miles York Avenue East Cowes PO32 6BD

Once the home of Princess Beatrice, who was Queen Victoria's youngest daughter, Albert Cottage Hotel in East Cowes on the Isle of Wight is set in two acres of beautiful gardens. The hotel has four rooms that are licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies, and offers space for seated groups of ten to 120; for larger gatherings, there...

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The Consort Restaurant

Modern European, British4.5 miles Albert Cottage Hotel York Avenue East Cowes PO32 6BD

Formerly a part of Queen Victoria's Osborne Estate, Albert Cottage Hotel can be found in a beautifully kept grade-II-listed building, tucked away in the historic town of East Cowes. These days the jewel in this building's crown is its exceptional dining facility - The Consort Restaurant. At The Consort guests are invited to dine o...

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The Fighting Cocks

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.6 miles Hale Common Arreton Nr. Newport PO30 3AR

Warmly greeted by Micala and Phil when we arrived at The Fighting Cocks, we were instantly made to feel welcome. The pub itself is beautiful - with heaps of character and smart furnishings, the attention to detail was evident throughout. As it was a chilly night, we settled at a table beside the wood-burner and thoroughly enjoy...

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The Garlic Farm Restaurant

Cafe-Restaurant4.6 miles Mersley Lane Newchurch PO36 0NR

The first thing to greet you at The Garlic Farm Restaurant - after the spacious car park, anyway - is a tall wooden garlic sculpture that sits in the restaurant's courtyard, surrounded by a manicured garden area with an array of potted plants and flowers. The lush flora creates the immediate impression that a lot of care goes into m...

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The New Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.7 miles Main Road Shalfleet nr. Newport PO30 4NS

The New Inn is an historic inn dating from 1743, with inglenook fireplaces, flagstone floors, original low-beamed ceilings and bags of character. This excellent pub has a fine reputation for its culinary offerings, having been featured in plenty of yachting journals and coffee-table magazines and boasting many accreditations to its ...

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