Please find below a few restaraunts and pubs on the Isle of Wight never too far from your holiday accommodation. We know you are self catering but you are also on holiday !!
Flanagan's family bar and diner is Sandown's newest bar. Open 7 days a week and good food served all day. Ideal for special occasions from birthdays to just a great night out with friends. Their booths comfortably seat up to 16 people around one table. Eight screen showing live sports events also makes it on of the most popular sports bars on the Isle of Wight. Great views of the pier and English Channel. Vegetarian menu. Live Music Every Friday & Saturday night (summer season).
Open from 9.30am to 11pm daily. Food served all day until 9.30pm. Prices for lunch range from £3.50 to £15.95 and £4.95 to £15.95 for dinner. For more information you can call Flanagans on 01983 408851 Use this link for location map for flanagans
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The Spyglass Inn, Ventnor
Medium sized pub with a lot of character in an excellent location with sea views. Highly geared up for food and it can get very busy with a large amount of outdoor and indoor seating available on two sea terraces and a Boathouse suitable for families. Nice views, however the lower of the two terraces is not suitable for small children due to a reasonable drop beyond onto rocks. Seafood. Large portions! Also good to just have a drink in.
The Steamer Inn, Shanklin
The Steamer Inn stands in one of the finest waterside locations on the Isle of Wight. With panoramic views across the English Channel and a superb, safe, sandy beach just a pebble's throw away.They are a free house offering a selection of traditional ales, lagers, wines and spirits. Large single roomed pub with no children's play areas. Owned by The Spyglass Inn proprietors.
The Griffin, Godshill.
The Griffin is a large single roomed pub which is very popular with families. There is a very large garden at the rear containing a large maze in which the bigger children can get 'lost'. A dedicated play area for the smaller children. Plenty of outdoor seating. Good for families. Very limited car parking at the pub, but there is plenty free parking across the road.
The New Inn is an Historic Inn dating from 1743. With Iglenook Fireplaces, Flagstone Floors, original low beamed ceilings and bags of character. The New Inn has a fine reputation for its culinary offerings, due to its location at the foot of Newtown Estuary, fish dishes have become its speciality and The New Inn enjoys many accreditations and features in yachting journals and coffee table magazines.
The Windmill Bembridge
Whether you are walking the Isle of Wight, visiting Bembridge or staying on holiday, the Windmill make's an ideal venue for drinks, food and a chat.The surroundings are delightfully cosy for you to enjoy afternoon teas and coffees. Sit back in comfort and enjoy a relaxing drink, or sample from their enticing bar and lunch menu.
The Ocean Deck Sandown
The Ocean Deck must be like an Oasis to those coming on it for the first time on Sandown Esplanade. Although the address is High Street, don't be fooled, there is only access from the Esplanade. On three levels, with an access ramp for wheelchairs, inside you will find a bar come restaurant with an extensive menu and good selection of well-kept ale. Daily specials augment the standing choice where local fish and lobster is a speciality. There is a carvery on Sunday, but for the rest of the week there is always a roast available. There is frequent live music
The Caulkheads Inn Sandown
The Caulkheads Inn is a family-run, family-friendly hostelry with a reputation for serving excellent value-for-money food. The comprehensive menu offers all the traditional pub favourites such as steaks, roasts and curries but also includes daily house specials.
Meals are served in the separate dining room or outside on the covered decked area at the rear overlooking the spacious beer garden with its children's playground. There is also an indoor play area. Every lunchtime from 11am to 3pm (except Sunday) there's a special menu for pensioners at very attractive prices. If you are just dropping in for a drink in the open plan bar area with its many prints, photographs and other local memorabilia, you'll find a good selection of cask ales on tap along with an extensive selection of other beverages. Ample parking is available.
The Kings Head Yarmouth
The Kings Head is a 16th century pub in a prime position opposite the harbour. Inside, exposed brick, old beams, copper and brass ornaments, wood panelling, stone floors, rustic table and chairs and well-chosen prints and pictures create a lovely intimate and relaxing ambience in which singles, couples, families and groups are all made to feel equally at ease. Food is an important part of the business at this delightful pub, served every day from 12 to 2.30 and from 6 to 9.30.