Alix Robinson

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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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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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It’s Sunday lunch season and the roast beef, lamb, pork, chicken and nut roasts are firmly back on the menu. A great warming and traditional meal that all the family...

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The Island comes into its own in autumn with fantastic walks, pubs for that perfect pint and cosy eateries to hide away from the bracing weather. Here’s our dining g...

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The Isle of Wight’s most famous resident, and the person responsible for its continued success as one of Britain’s leading tourist destinations, is Queen Victoria.

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One thing you are guaranteed of while visiting the Isle of Wight is some fantastic dining experiences. Whether eating out or buying in to cook for yourself the Islan...

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The Isle of Wight has more than 15 carnivals throughout the summer season and even a few in the winter too, including Newport Christmas carnival. In fact we have som...

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What better way to dine on the Isle of Wight than arriving by boat and sitting eating overlooking the sea – whether that’s by ferry, rib or sailboat. We pick the bes...

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Looking to escape for a few days with the girls? Then the Isle of Wight is the perfect place for a girlie getaway, with a wide range of stunning stay options, spa tr...

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Are you ready for a bit of (Seaclose) Park Life at Isle of Wight Festival on 8-11th June? Here’s a quick fire list of the fantastic boutique camping options availabl...

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