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Historic Site
“Osbourne House was the summer home of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and place she died in 1901. It’s a Fascinating Place will beautiful extensive grounds. You can also see Queen Victoria’s beach and the Swiss cottage where her 9 children played. ”
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Park
“Today the park is still owned and run by the descendants of Alexander Dabell, and the magic of the park has only grown over the years. Blackgang Chine is now home to life-sized Pirate Ships, Fairy Villages and Castles, Dodo Valleys, restricted area 5 and of course the original Cowboy Town as well as a whole host of magical surprises around every corner. The park continues to expand and develop every year in order to accommodate new generations of curiosity and fun seekers. So take a visit to the land that never grows old and see where your imagination can take you. Address: Ventnor PO38 2HN”
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Entertainment
“Well worth a visit, especially if you are an English Heritage member. You can walk along the spit to the castle. Alternatively there is a little ferry operating (not year round).”
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Island
“Hiking, wild beaches and breath taking cliffs. You can take a ferry from Southampton pier to Isle of Wight and organize a day trip.”
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Bar
“A historic pub with a fabulous menu and locally caught crab dishes - a firm favourite with locals. ”
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Café
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“At the end of a bustling pedestrianised street, amongst a variety of independent shops, ‘Coast’ sits conveniently on the edge of the High Street. The Restaurant and Bar is open from 9am till Midnight 7 days a week in the summer and is always busy with locals and visitors. The Restaurant has a very rustic look with exposed brickwork, mixed with quirky features. The recently expanded part of the restaurant features a traditional stone Pizza oven which is roaring day and night. The menu is often updated and contains predominantly locally sourced seasonal dishes, as well as the excellent aforementioned Pizzas. It’s a great place for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner, with a great choice of dishes whatever the time of day. Because of it’s position on the high street, which is always busy in the summer, it’s a great spot for people watching whilst enjoying a coffee and watching the world go by. ”
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Park
“With some incredible day and night time experiences to be found throughout the season, Robin Hill, set in 88 acres of beautiful countryside really is the destination for visitors of all ages looking for outdoor fun, adventure and great family experiences Address: Downend Rd, Downend, Newport PO30 2NU”
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Café
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“Floor to ceiling windows and heated outdoor terrace put you in prime position to enjoy uninterrupted panoramic views of the marina, Lymington, the Solent and the Isle of Wight. From breakfast to sandwiches, lunches and dinners – homemade cakes and pastries, fresh seafood, popular sharing platters and old favourites alongside an ever-changing specials menu.”
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Museum
“You’ll learn lots about local history and traditions here. Occasional art gallery. Lovely cafe. Worth the visit. ”
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Entertainment
“Explore the historic castle and enjoy the view across Newport. You can find out about the castle's important role in the future of the royal family.”
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Botanical Garden
“Look out for drop in yoga classes or just visit the gardens for a relaxing look around. Good cafe and a selection of island favourite plants to buy”
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Restaurant
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“Great restaurant with fabulous views over the Solent, serving an array of Seafood dishes. Can we accessed by Sea or land. The Hut runs a pick up service from Yarmouth Ferry - it must be booked.”
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Historic Site
“Osbourne House - a palace in the Italian style, built by Queen Victoria and her husband Albert as a summer seaside residence in the town of East Cowes on the north coast of the Isle of Wight in 1845-51 Since 1921 is a public museum.”
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Lodging
“Tapnell Farm is a former dairy farm, turned all-weather attraction, surrounded by the beautiful landscapes of the Isle of Wight. It is one of most popular things to do on the Isle of Wight, and a great family day out whatever the weather! Meet the Animals in our Farmyard Barn, and get up close and personal with some of Tapnell’s cutest and smallest residents. Wander round the Wallaby Walkabout with our mob of tame wallabies, and admire the marvellous meerkats as they stand guard. Venture out into The Paddock and enjoy the views in the company of our friendly sheep and their other farmyard chums”
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Restaurant
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“Great views and food for a special occasion. Local to Somerton - 10 min drive/taxi”
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Bathing Area
“Fantastic open-air pool. Huge pool with big area of inflatable obstacles, paddle boards and splash pool. Changing facilities (basic) and small cafe. Great value on a sunny day, we love it! ”
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Café
“At the end of a bustling pedestrianised street, amongst a variety of independent shops, ‘Coast’ sits conveniently on the edge of the High Street. The Restaurant and Bar is open from 9am till Midnight 7 days a week in the summer and is always busy with locals and visitors. The Restaurant has a very rustic look with exposed brickwork, mixed with quirky features. The recently expanded part of the restaurant features a traditional stone Pizza oven which is roaring day and night. The menu is often updated and contains predominantly locally sourced seasonal dishes, as well as the excellent aforementioned Pizzas. It’s a great place for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner, with a great choice of dishes whatever the time of day. Because of it’s position on the high street, which is always busy in the summer, it’s a great spot for people watching whilst enjoying a coffee and watching the world go by. ”
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Café
“Floor to ceiling windows and heated outdoor terrace put you in prime position to enjoy uninterrupted panoramic views of the marina, Lymington, the Solent and the Isle of Wight. From breakfast to sandwiches, lunches and dinners – homemade cakes and pastries, fresh seafood, popular sharing platters and old favourites alongside an ever-changing specials menu.”
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Restaurant
“Great restaurant with fabulous views over the Solent, serving an array of Seafood dishes. Can we accessed by Sea or land. The Hut runs a pick up service from Yarmouth Ferry - it must be booked.”
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Restaurant
“Great views and food for a special occasion. Local to Somerton - 10 min drive/taxi”
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Bar
“Local Pub good food 5 minutes by car Address: Church Pl, Freshwater PO40 9BP Dogs welcome”
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Restaurant
“Good for breakfast and lunch, morning coffee. Interesting and varied menu. They also sell their own sour-dough bread which is the best in Ventnor.”
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Bar
“Nearest pub to Wight Cottage. Good beer, not bad food, great atmosphere. Lots of live music nights.”
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Restaurant
“We love this place because David serves the most amazing fish dishes with care and flair!”
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