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Amabi

Basque, British4.7 miles Medina Road Cowes PO31 7HT

There are a number of reasons to open a restaurant, but the team behind Amabi opened theirs because of a love of Basque Cuisine. The owners, Markel and his partner Jenny, are passionate about showing the UK's food lovers something unique - the menu that they have meticulously researched and helped to create acutely hones in on Basqu...

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Tonino's

Italian4.8 miles 8-9 Shooters Hill Cowes PO31 7BE

Tonino's brings a real taste of Italy to the Island - this family-run restaurant could easily be hidden amidst the backstreets of Florence. Established in 1979, Tonino's is a perfect pit-stop for locals and has become a popular hangout for sailors (they even offer a packed lunch service). Dining from the extensive menu adorned with ...

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The Anchor Inn

Traditional4.8 miles 1-3 High Street Cowes PO31 7SA

The Anchor Inn is situated at the centre of the Cowes yachting scene. Set opposite the Cowes Yacht Haven and only a short walk from the Red Jet terminal, it is the ideal place to relax after a hard day on the waves, offering good food, fine ale and a warm welcome all year round. This old coaching inn has been at the heart of Cowes fo...

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The Three Bishops

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.9 miles Main Road Brighstone PO30 4AH

Brighstone is a village steeped in history. From evidence of Bronze Age inhabitants, to remains of Roman settlements, there's plenty to intrigue the visiting historian; and, thanks to its beautiful surrounding countryside and situation on the coast, Brighstone has much to entice the holidaymaker too. The Three Bishops is the metapho...

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The Vectis Tavern

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.9 miles 103 High Street Cowes PO31 7AT

The Isle of Wight is known for many things, but its seaside appeal has to be one of its main draws. People have been travelling to the Island from the mainland for relaxing getaways for centuries now – indeed, Queen Victoria even had a summer house built for herself and Prince Albert in Cowes. While Osborne House is a popular at...

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Murrays - The Seafood Restaurant

Seafood4.9 miles 106 High Street Cowes PO31 7AT

Murrays is well known throughout the sailing fraternity and is the oldest established seafood restaurant in Cowes. It is situated in the middle of the town, just a few minutes from the marina, and present owners, Brian and Fran, are just entering their 21st season in charge. The founding principle of the establishment is to serve th...

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The Fountain Inn

Traditional4.9 miles High Street Cowes PO31 7AW

Originally built in 1771, the Golden Fleece (as it was known back then) has played host to a number of dignitaries. An early visitor was former United States president Thomas Jefferson, who chose this as a place to stay during a state visit in 1789. King Charles X of France is another notable guest, who stopped by with his family in...

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Willow Tree Tea Gardens & Bistro

Cafe5 miles High Street Godshill PO38 3HZ

Situated in the heart of the quaint village of Godshill, the Willow Tree Tea Gardens & Bistro is a unique destination, now with a new international chef, Andrew James Miller. Owners Ian and Sue De Brett have carved out an oasis of calm in which to enjoy your food. The bistro menu has recently been bolstered by additions such as ...

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Brawn’s of Cowes

Modern British5 miles 62 High Street PO31 7RL

Step inside Brawn’s of Cowes and fall in love with the laid-back ambience, fine food and top notch service. Housed in a Grade II listed Georgian building, Brawn’s adopts a European café-bar vibe that will make you feel as though you’ve been whisked away to a trendy corner of Paris. In a relaxed atmosphere, enhanced by woode...

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The Griffin

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants5.1 miles High Street Godshill PO38 3JD

The Griffin is a large stone-built village inn that dates back to the 17th Century. It's a prominent feature of Godshill, known firstly for its great, home-cooked pub food, and secondly for its trademark griffin-shaped maze set in the spectacular gardens. Having recently undergone a refurbishment, the pub boasts a large area for fam...

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Lugleys of Cowes

Fine Dining5.1 miles Osborne Court The Parade PO31 7QS

Lugleys of Cowes is the sister restaurant to the renowned Lugleys of Newport, but by no means is it the poor relation. This chic, classic restaurant is situated beneath the Art Deco-style Osborne Court on The Parade at Cowes, and directly overlooks the Solent and mainland Britain. The restaurant opens for coffee and pastries at 10am...

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Best Western New Holmwood Hotel

Traditional5.1 miles Egypt Point Cowes PO31 8BW

Situated on the water's edge, the Best Western New Holmwood Hotel enjoys spectacular sea views and offers the perfect platform from which to watch the famous sunset off Egypt Point. The restaurant itself has quite the panorama, too, privy to the movements of cruise liners, racing yachts, huge tankers and container ships. This idylli...

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Horse & Groom

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants5.4 miles Main Road Ningwood Nr. Newport PO30 4NW

Awarded 'Best Family Pub' in the South East by The Great British Pub Awards for both 2009 and 2011, this 250-year-old coaching inn provides traditional home-cooked pub meals with an emphasis on local produce. The pub has a roomy interior with original wooden beams and flagstone flooring, as well as a family-friendly atmosphere w...

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The Fishbourne

Traditional5.4 miles Fishbourne Lane Fishbourne Nr. Ryde PO33 4EU

This large, warm and friendly country pub dates back to the 1900s and can be found by woodlands on the banks of Wootton Creek - a picturesque setting close to the sea, with the Wightlink ferry terminal close by. Decorated in muted and warm colours, as well an array of textiles, The Fishbourne is packed with character and charm, boas...

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Chessell Courtyard Cafe

Cafe5.6 miles Shalcombe Nr. Yarmouth PO41 0UE

Set in the beautiful West Wight countryside, this working pottery offers visitors the opportunity to buy authentic handmade English pottery - or decorate some of their own - before relaxing into a quintessentially British tea experience. Within the converted barns of family-owned Chessell Pottery, the Courtyard Café is a...

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