Pubs and Bars in Isle Of Wight
The Isle of Wight's towns and villages have a superb range of pubs and inns from tiny thatched free houses in remote hamlets to trendy gastropubs and music bars.
Many pubs pride themselves in serving products sourced from the Isle of Wight, including meat and dairy products, bread and seasonable vegetables.
Fresh seafood is also locally caught and available, highly recommended is Ventnor crab and lobster dishes.
Live music entertainment is a big feature on the Island with many of the pubs offering local live bands, pianists, accordion players nearly every night of the week!
This large, warm and friendly country pub dates back to the 1900s and can be found by woodlands on the banks of Wootton Creek – a picturesque setting close to the sea, with the Wightlink ferry terminal close by. The Fishbourne also serves superb ales and has an extensive wine selection
A perfectly located bar for all the Playa d'en Bossa madness. PdB's evergreen bar - got a proper facelift in 2012 with the indoor space now functioning as a self-sufficient, closed-door club/bar, with a full license until 6am.
Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the Island's most southerly point, The Buddle Inn is commonly known as one of the Island’s most popular and historic inns frequented by locals and tourists alike… As soon as you step into this historic inn you will be taken back in time.