A seven day eating holiday on the Isle of
PC = Chef/Proprietor led
Spend a day around Cowes
Breakfast - Well Bread
Lunch - The :Little Gloster Gurnard
Dinner - Mojacs – Cowes
Start the day in the town with wonderful in house baked bread. Do-it-your-self and be part of the big family. Love it.|
Take a long walk to Gurnard and enjoy a light lunch amongst the beach cabins at The
Then walk back to Cowes and explore the world of sailing. Enjoy Dinner at Mojac's don't forget
their marvellous raspberry meringue dessert
Early Lunch - Beach Shack- Sandown
Afternoon tea - Chessell Pottery – Chessell
- White Mouse Inn - Chale
Take a walk along Sandown revetment and partake in an early lunch of the best Crab Cakes on the Island - on sunny winter days
they do good soups too.|
the west wight to Chessell where you will find Chessell Pottery and enjoy the best Cream
tea on the Island. You might even be able to decorate a pot. Why the best
cream tea? answer -home made everything including the jam by a local jam maker
Cut across country to the south coats road and
travel back towards Ventnor. When you reach Chale you will find the Little
White Mouse. They offer simple pub grub nicely cooked.
Spend a day on the Beach at Steephill Cove
Morning Coffee - Cove
Lunch - Crab Shack PC
Afternoon Tea - Botanic Gardens
Dinner - The Bistro
Time for a lazy day of seafood indulgence.|
Start the day with good
coffee and cake at Cove.
Drag yourself off the rocks/beach and stroll along (a few metres to the Crab Shack where a wonderful light lunch is to be
had. Particularly the crab pasty and the Grilled mackerel Ciabatta.
Go back to Cove for an ice-cream and more laziness.
Tine for some exercise. Climb the Steps to the Botanical gardens, enjoy the planting schemes and partake in afternoon tea
on the cafe
Small menu comprising of thoughtful dishes
Quarr Cafe - Binstead
Afternoon tea - Old Smithy- Godshill
Taverners - Godshill
Take a trip to
Quarr Abbey. Look at the art exhibition and the history museum. Enjoy a light
Head towards Godshill village
for shopping and explore the old village including the Church on the hill. Enjoy a cream cake at the Old Smithy.
Great meringues. There are also some public footpaths around the village and
across farm land.
After a good walk make your way to the Taverner's Pub which is on the main road (It also has a Man Crèche for our hero's who prefer not to shop). What I like
about the Taverner's is you never know what will be on the menu. It is often creative with little experimental gems slotted in.
Lunch - Beach Hut –Bembridge
Dinner - Locks
Lane - Bembridge PC
After pottering around the area, perhaps a visit to the Lifeboat which takes you down to the beach stroll along the beach heading South
west until you come to the Beach Hut.|
After a lazy lunch explore the coastal rout towards Ryde, via St Helens, and Seaview,
perhaps a visit to the Wild Life Park and Island Made. Make your way back to
Bembridge for a Bistro meal at Locks Lane
Thompson's - Newport PC
Dinner - Dan’s Kitchen - St Helen’s PC
Mooch around Newport, perhaps visit
the Quay art centre, and the Visitors centre in the Guildhall. Then enjoy a Fine
Dining lunch at Thompsons.|
Make your way back through the middle of the Island to St Helens for one of Dan's special dinners. Enjoy the drive and the
Lunch - Bonchurch Inn – Bonchurch
Dinner - Royal Hotel
Have a lazy mooch around the coast and village of Bonchurch then enjoy an imaginary trip into another world at the
yourself to a little luxury with dinner at the Royal Hotel. My favourite place
to eat is in the conservatory.