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The Fountain Inn

Traditional2.4 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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The Bargeman's Rest

Traditional2.5 miles Little London Quay Newport PO30 5BS

Proving once more that Newport is a veritable hub of cosy, refined public houses, The Bargeman's Rest boasts all the qualities one would expect from a thriving free house. The pub is positioned waterside, on the banks of the River Medina. It's partly this tranquil setting that makes The Bargeman's Rest popular all year round. S...

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Brawn’s of Cowes

Modern British2.5 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 Travellers Joy

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.6 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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Quay Arts Cafe

Cafe2.6 miles Sea Street Newport PO30 5BD

Situated in the converted warehouse of a 19th-Century brewery, overlooking the scenic River Medina quayside, this café provides a bright, relaxed atmosphere with plenty of seating. The daily changing menu showcases healthy main choices, as well as mouth-watering cakes, and strives to cater extensively for vegetarians and vega...

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Lugleys of Cowes

Fine Dining2.6 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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Burr's Restaurant

Traditional British2.7 miles Lugley Street Newport PO30 5HD

Situated bang in the middle of the Island, in the back streets of Newport - positioned away from the tourist traps - Burr's Restaurant offers fresh home-cooked food and a fantastic service. A traditionallooking restaurant, its terracotta-tiled floors and candlelit tables give a very cosy feel. The bright walls provide a warm atmosph...

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The Wheatsheaf Hotel

Traditional2.8 miles Pyle Street Newport PO30 1SG

Situated on the corner of St Thomas' Square in the midst of the Island's capital, The Wheatsheaf Inn provides a tranquil setting in which to kick back and enjoy some simple yet delicious food accompanied by a variety of real ales, lagers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. The Wheatsheaf welcomes both familiar faces and newcomers wit...

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Lugleys of Newport

Fine Dining2.8 miles Braunstone House Hotel 33 Lugley Street PO30 5ET

It is hard to believe that Braunstone House Hotel and Lugleys of Newport are set right in the centre of Newport. Behind the elegant Georgian facade lies an AA four-star luxury hotel as well as a graceful restaurant with a secret walled garden. Although this chic restaurant is the home of fine dining, it is totally informal and relax...

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The Castle Inn

Traditional2.8 miles 91 High Street Newport PO30 1BQ

The Castle Inn is a beautifully preserved pub in the heart of Newport. Flourishing under new ownership, we were greeted warmly by Simon, one of the landlords, who talked us through the history of his pub with infectious enthusiasm. His tales of the ghost who frequently leaves five pence pieces around the place had us both hooked; ...

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Caffe Isola

Cafe, Cafés2.8 miles 59 Pyle Street PO30 1UL

Caffe Isola has long been regarded as one of the Island's finest artisan coffee stops. Run by Dan Burgess and his Sicilian wife Viviana, the coffee bar is centred around their Island Roasted brand (which Dan roasts by hand). Latte art is commonplace, along with a host of speciality drinks, including single-origin filter coffee, V60 ...

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Best Western New Holmwood Hotel

Traditional2.9 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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The Little Gloster

Modern European, British3.2 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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Hare & Hounds

Traditional3.5 miles Downend Road Newport PO30 2NU

Everybody loves a good old traditional English pub. But what could be better than an inn that incorporates all the features that people enjoy, while offering up fantastic food and prices that are easy on the wallet? The Hare & Hounds does just that. It's a friendly olde-worlde pub that boasts a large family area as well as ext...

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Eight Bells

Traditional3.6 miles 31 Carisbrooke High Street Newport PO30 1NR

Going on an empty stomach would be good advice to anyone heading for the Eight Bells. Just down the road from the quaint village church and its peal of bells that gave the Eight Bells its name, this traditional family pub is legendary for its generous portions, which explains why it has been a firm favourite of islanders and visitors...

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