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deku recommends Din Dins

on the Isle of Wight

Off the Rails, Yarmouth

Off the Rails have a fun dedicated dog menu with everything from light nibbles, starters, mains and desserts.. (and a tasty human menu too. With an abundance of lovely walks nearby, your four-legged friend will be ready to tuck into a tasty meal.

Bluebells Cafe at Briddlesford Farm

Rustic and friendly café serving local produce, Deku loves seeing the dairy cows on the farm – you’ll often see the farmer’s dogs lazing outside on the café and farm shop. 

Snacks & Ladders

Deku’s favourite! Lots of fuss and treats guaranteed, even supplying comfy beds for your doggo while you eat and play games.

The Blacksmiths

Amazing food and dogs are very welcome, Deku loves the attention he gets at this traditional country pub. 

The Wight Mouse

A great place to stop for a drink and a bite after a long walk with the dog in the West Wight. A family pub, the Wight Mouse has a large dog-friendly garden and is the perfect spot to catch the sunset with your best friend. 

The Garlic Farm

Your one stop shop for a taste of the Island with a cosy café open to dogs and walks through the farmland. Watch red squirrels play outside the window while you eat, and enjoy a warming log burner in winter. 

Quay Arts Centre

This central dog friendly Café Bar is a great spot for morning coffee, brunch, or lunch, with a sunny terrace overlooking the river. Deku loves to watch the ducks swim by. Across the river you’ll find Seaclose Park, a large open space for playing fetch!

The Dairyman's Daughter

Deku has a very waggy tail when we visit, always receiving a warm welcome and lots of pats. ‘Snootbox Treats’ have a shop onsite at Arreton Barns, and he loves to drag us there after lunch!

Old Barracks at Puckpool Park

A Victorian Battery once used to guard the Solent, Puckpool Park is today a great place to explore with your dog and right next to a dog-friendly beach. The Old Barracks, once army barracks, serves up a great breakfast, light lunch and ice cream – doggie ice cream too!

You’ll find the majority of places to eat on the Island are dog-friendly but be sure to check in advance.