The Island is blessed with some of the most beautiful pub and bar locations in the south of England. Enjoy a cold glass of wine in the summer overlooking the sea, or cosy-up by an open fire with a pint of winter warmer in a village pub during the winter months.
Spend time with the family in one of the many child-friendly pubs with outdoor play areas including a maze, or the many indoor activities. Walk the beautiful coast and countryside and stop off along the way where “boots & muddy paws are welcome”. The Isle of Wight is also renowned for welcoming dogs along with their owners and most Island pubs now have a dog-friendly policy.
Whether you are in search of real ales or fine wines; looking for hearty traditional pub grub or more contemporary cuisine, the Isle of Wight has a venue to suit your taste.
You don’t need an excuse to visit one of the Isle of Wight’s excellent pubs, but there’s certainly no better way of following up a walk in the countryside or along a coastal path than stopping off at the ‘local’. You’ll be delighted by the quality of the locally brewed beer as well as the super food on offer, much of which is also locally sourced.