Eat, Drink, Play...Repeat.... these are values that our friends over at Tapnell Farm hold dear. They want you to indulge in the very best holiday experiences at the Farm and so have endeavoured to bring you all manner of activities, all under one roof...
Romantic Dining on the Isle of Wight
If you’re looking to treat that special someone to a memorable and romantic evening out on the Isle of Wight for Valentines day, there are plenty of options to suit all tastes. For some people, a pub lunch with a roaring fire would be ideal, while for others it has to be fine dining. Luckily the Isle of Wight has a huge variety of both.
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.
Lily's Cafe, Seaview
The High street in Seaview has a lovely coffee shop café right next door to our office (very handy). The coffee served is locally produced ‘Island Roasted’ artisan coffee.
'edulis' at Ventnor Botanic Gardens
If you're planning a day in and around Ventnor then a visit to the Botanic Gardens and the 'edulis Restaurant' is a must.
Breakfast at Bluebells Cafe - Matt and Cat's Foodie Feature
Along with ‘roast and all the trimmings’, the term ‘farmhouse breakfast’ is often used to promise much and deliver little. Matt and Cat were once woefully disappointed by the breakfast they had in a creaky old half-timbered farmhouse in the wilds of Chelmsford.
The King's Head, Yarmouth
The King's Head is a great local pub restaurant opposite the harbour in Yarmouth on the west coast of the Isle of Wight.
The Blacksmith's Arms, Calbourne
Just outside of Newport in the direction of the lovely Calbourne Water Mill is the Blacksmith's Arms.
Spitbank Fort, an unusual venue in the middle of the Solent...
Ever wondered what those circular lumps of concrete were in the middle of the Solent when you are sailing over to the Isle of Wight?