No 8 Café and farm shop

Working alongside Emma our Isle of Wight property Manager has its perks, especially when it means escaping the office and enjoying our fabulous Island for a few hours.

Bembridge Lifeboat Station

There's a really lovely walk around the coastal point in Bembridge. If you park at the Toll Gate Cafe, at low tide, on the outskirts of the village, and step onto the beach you can explore the dunes as you wander around the point onto the vast expanse of sand on Bembridge Beach. Follow the shoreline around and enjoy the immense views and peaceful surroundings as you head towards the Lifeboat. The Lifeboat Station was given a major overhaul a few years ago and it now sits centre stage, impressive in it's design, at the heart of the village.

The Beach Hut Cafe, Bembridge

Wight Locations, The Beach Hut Cafe, Bembridge

Tucked away on a beach in Bembridge is a real hidden gem of a café, which constantly gets rave reviews from visitors to the island and locals. The Café sits down on Forelands beach with views of Culver down, Whitecliff bay and the eastern coastline of the Isle of Wight.

Captain Stan’s Bembridge Fish

Wight Locations, Captain Stan's, Twitter, Bembridge

Captain Stan’s brave crew from Bembridge Fish are out on the water daily in the waters around the Isle of Wight, searching for wild fish such as Bass, Plaice, Dover Sole, Skate as well as for Lobster and Crab...

Bembridge, East Wight

Bembridge Harbour, beach

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 sailing and the yacht club are a central focus of the village, while the Spinnaker Chandlery sells everything from tide clocks, to welly boots and BBQ gas bottles.

The Crab and Lobster, Bembridge

Wight Locations, The Crab & 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.

Bembridge Windmill

Wight Locations, Bembridge Windmill, Bembridge

Built around 1700 this is the only surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight and and has most of its original machinery intact. It last operated in 1913 and this year celebrates 50 years of ownership by the National Trust.

You can climb the four floors and take in the fantastic views from the top, then follow the milling process back down.