Jo Macaulay

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by: Jo Macaulay

Cheer yourself up by getting out and enjoying a new foodie experience on the Isle of Wight this New Year with this selection of great eateries. Some are new, so let...

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The Isle of Wight is a wonderland of icy views and snowdrops in January and February, and the ideal place for a weekend break or a winter holiday. Here are our...

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There’s always something new to discover on the Isle of Wight and 2018 has some great new experiences on offer. With the help of our tourist board Visit Isle of Wigh...

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So, you’ve decided that the diamond floating in the south is your destination for New Years Eve, where are you going to go? Yes, our Island may seem small, but our w...

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Everybody loves to set themselves new goals and make plans when it comes to the New Year. Knowing how hard it can be to get started and maintain your resolutions, we...

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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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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.  

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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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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 Isle o...

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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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