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Here you will find the best tips on places to eat and drink, the top attractions, beaches, activities, amazing places to stay on the Island and a fountain of other local knowledge.  

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by: Alix Robinson

The Little Gloster in Gurnard is one of the Island’s top gastro heavens - as voted for by Island visitors having scooped the 2015 myisleofwight Award for Best Gastro...

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by: Jo Macaulay

Did you know that the Island is the biggest garlic producer in the UK? When Colin Boswell began growing garlic commercially in Newchurch 35 years ago, Islanders...

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by: Sarah Sims

With glorious beaches, fantastic eateries and a prestigious cultural heritage, the Isle of Wight is the place to be this summer. So we’ve compiled our very own hit l...

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by: Sarah Sims

The Isle of Wight is packed with great B&B places to stay. So we thought it good to know where to eat the best B&B breakfast from a hearty full Monty, health...

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by: Alix Robinson

Afternoon teas are in vogue. Across the Isle of Wight more and more charming establishments are embellishing their menus and testing their boundaries to deliver more...

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by: Alix Robinson

The green and verdant Garden Isle, as the Isle of Wight is affectionately known, is getting greener in more ways then one. It now boasts an innovative selection of E...

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by: Jo Macaulay

Summer on the Isle of Wight is great for seeing wild flowers, especially up on the downlands and in the wildlife reserves. We asked Dr Colin Pope, Ecology Officer fo...

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by: Alix Robinson

CAMRA Isle of Wight member and Island ale aficionado Brian Jacobs gives a guide to the thriving Island ale scene and some pointers on where to enjoy some of the its...

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by: Jo Macaulay

The biggest and best National Trust property on the Isle of Wight has to be the acres of stunning coast, chalk downland and estuaries that include most of the best v...

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by: Jo Macaulay

It’s long been a joke amongst Islanders that ‘Isle of Wight’ is pronounced ‘Oil of Wight’ by those who speak with our native accent, which is a little like that of t...

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