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Arreton Barns has been the heart of the Village of Arreton for over 10 years and makes the msot of the beautiful countryside location at the heart of the Isle of Wight. There are an ever increasing number og craftspeople, artists and artisans who are joining our team here at Arreton and we're certainly proud to have all of them on board.
Paul and Jenna welcome you to Fine Nammet, a fine dining restaurant serving local produce. We hope it will be popular with locals and tourists alike. A contemporary British fine dining restaurant in the busy seaside resort of Shanklin. Serving fresh local produce.
The stylish Brasserie, overlooking a stunning and picturesque lake, offers smart yet informal dining for up to 100 guests. Oyster Roomfor Special Dining for Special times: The Oyster Room has an effortlessly chic yet classically comfortable ambience for dining with light and lakeland views.
The Made on the Isle of Wight shop (on Bullen Road, between Seaview and Ryde) is the only place on the Island that is dedicated exclusively to selling products that were grown, made or manufactured here. It is a mini-department store in which absolutely everything - from fresh and frozen food to oil paintings - has its origins on this Island.
Situated on the waters edge the BEST WESTERN New Holmwood Hotel & Restaurant enjoys spectacular sea views of both sailing & the famous sunset off Egypt Point. Our restaurant offers panoramic views of all the Solent and all the ships that sail it.
Dell Cafe has been family run since 1988 and prides itself in providing high quality fresh food and refreshment. It is ideally located on the beach front in Puckpool Park with idyllic views over Puckpool Sands and the Solent.