Calbourne Water Mill
Calbourne Water Mill is one of the oldest working water mills in the country dating back to the Domesday Book over 1000 years.
Horse Riding on the Isle of Wight
With over over 500 miles of well-maintained and signposted footpaths, around 30 miles of Heritage Coastline and more than half of the Island recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Isle of Wight is a wonderful place to enjoy a spot of horse riding.
Salty's Restaurant Bar, Yarmouth
If you love seafood and a lively night out, Saltys is for you. At the side of the harbour in Yarmouth Saltys is very popular with tourists and locals as well as yacht crews.
Mottistone Manor Gardens
Mottistone Manor is a National Trust property in the village of Mottistone on the west of the Isle of Wight.
The Folly Inn, East Cowes
Situated on the banks of the River Medina, just up from Cowes in Whippingham, The Folly Inn is in a fantastic location to sit out and watch the boats go by.
Bembridge, East Wight
The bustling village of Bembridge is reported to be the largest village in the UK and Bembridge Harbour is a proper working harbour and it's also very amenable for visiting sailors.
The Crab and Lobster, Bembridge
In a stunning location with fabulous seaviews over Bembridge Ledge on the east coast of the Isle of Wight, The Crab & Lobster has a traditional feel with plenty of seating and patio areas outside overlooking the sea.
The Taverners, Godshill
The Taverners is a real country pub that is popular with locals and tourists alike.
Tennyson Down, near Totland Bay
Once a favourite haunt of Alfred Lord Tennyson, these stunning downs are named in his memory and are home to flower-rich grassland, butterflies and cliffs teaming with sea birds.