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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: Jo Macaulay

With Christmas fast approaching, the Isle of Wight enters into a glorious magical season, where it’s all about finding your inner Christmas spirit. To help you on yo...

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by: Jo Macaulay

We’re well into the winter walk season now, so here are a few warming ideas for keeping you cosy on the Isle of Wight as the temperatures drop. &nbsp;

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by: Jo Macaulay

The famous have always been drawn to the Isle of Wight, and they still come – often incognito. If you want to see some of the places where they once lived or stayed,...

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by: Alix Robinson

As winter arrives, with its crisp air and brittle sunshine, sitting outside watching the sunset is a distant memory and our gastronomic wants are more geared to a wa...

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by: Sarah Sims

The Isle of Wight is never more magical than during the Christmas festivities, so taking a family break is more enchanting than ever. We give you the heads up on som...

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by: Jo Macaulay

A winter walk that ends at a cosy pub with an open fire and good food or beer – all these are the ingredients for a great day out. Here are our top three&nbsp;Isle o...

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by: Alix Robinson

Hard to explain and even harder to pronounce, the Danish word hygge is in essence creating a nice, warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good peo...

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by: Jo Macaulay

Two wheels, two pedals, two handlebars, two Lycra covered thighs and you’re ready to take in some of the Isle of Wight's best trails. Here are a few to get you going.

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by: Jo Macaulay

Dubbed the most Haunted Island in the UK, the Isle of Wight now hosts many ‘ghost walks’ and paranormal investigations, but none more so than on Halloween. This year...

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by: Jo Macaulay

The evenings draw in by October half term but there are fireworks and lights to brighten the end of those crisp autumn days. Plus there are spooky things about and e...

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