Explore the Isle of Wight for Accommodation, Things to Do and Eating out.

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  There are a number of incredible places to eat on the Isle of Wight and when visiting, holidaymakers will usually visit lots of different eateries throughout the duration of their trip. From quirky cafes and tea rooms to traditional British pubs, no matter whether you’re heading out for breakfast, lunch

This makes us want to "zig-a-zig-ah!" Has anyone yet to visit the famous Spice Bus on the Island? It's changed location a few times, but is has been situated at Island Harbour Marina since 2014, where you can take a look at the historic movie prop. The actual Spice Bus from

Woodlands are a wonderful place to walk in the winter, with crisp leaves underfoot, or downlands, with their spectacular views across the island and the sea. Here are a few ideas. Brighstone Forest is a good place for a walk and easily accessible. Just park at Jubilee car park and turn

For a wild windswept walk along the coast, nothing can beat Compton or Brook beaches, but these can get crowded, especially during lockdown. For a change why not try Grange Chine at Brighstone, Chilton Chine, next to Isle of Wight Pearl, or Shepherd’s Chine at Atherfield. If you’re driving there,

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