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Windmill Inn
"my wife + cousin + wife were caravanning @ Whitecliff Bay and we had a few days bad weather.barbies were out so we ventured into Bembridge is search of good ..." More

Crab & Lobster Inn
"We were delighted with our visit. The room was to a very good standard as was the food. Full English breakfast next to an open fire, overlooking the sea ..." More

Crab & Lobster Inn
"We have been previously and were looking forward to our visit, but were bitterly dissapointed in the quality and substance of the food provided on the night. It just appeared ..." More

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Bembridge is one of the quieter and more "exclusive" centres, a favourite with celebrities seeking tranquillity and fabulous scenery. Located on the most eastern point of the island, it boasts a big, natural harbour bustling with the comings and goings of fishing vessels, yachts and pleasure boats. Dinghy sailing is a popular activity here. Visitors are charmed by the village's pretty, unhurried high street and its colourfully painted houses, shops, restaurants and bars. For outdoor types, there are several award-winning pebble and sand beaches, and exhilarating clifftop walks along the coast. To the south is Bembridge and Culver Down which affords spectacular views in all directions - to Sandown Bay, or across the Solent to Portsmouth and its unmistakeable landmark, the Spinnaker Tower. Bembridge has its own small airport and a lifeboat station, but perhaps its most famous sight is the island's only surviving windmill. Built of stone in the 1700s and situated in the High Street, the defunct, four-floor windmill is now a National Trust property open to the public. Anyone with a head for heights is welcome to climb ladders to the top. The less daring may be happier on solid ground, exploring the windmill's original wooden machinery.


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Windmill Inn (0.33 miles)

Windmill Inn

The Windmill Hotel and Restaurant is located in the quiet village of Bembridge on the beautiful Isle of Wight. We offer high class business and holiday accommodation, with the benefit of our own restaurant. The ... More | visit website

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Xoron Floatel (0.46 miles)

Xoron Floatel
Xoron Floatel is one of the most unique b&b guest houses on the Isle of Wight,we have been featured many times on different television programs, including coastal ways, village life, and palin's column and abroad ... More | visit website
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Bembridge Coast Hotel (0.79 miles)

Bembridge Coast Hotel

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Few hotels on the Isle of Wight offer a finer setting or more stunning views of the Solent than the delightful ... More | visit website

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Priory Bay Hotel (1.64 miles)

Priory Bay Hotel

A unique country house hotel set in its own 70 acre Estate with rolling lawns, woodlands and its own private, sandy beach. The Priory Bay offers great food and wines and luxurious rooms, many ... More | visit website

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Sandown Manor (2.64 miles)

Sandown Manor
Alan and Debbie offer you a warm welcome to Sandown Manor. A family run bed & breakfast close to the beach and with panoramic sea views over Sandown and Shanklin. Relax by the pool or ... More | visit website
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Sandown Manor (2.64 miles)

Sandown Manor
Sandown Manor occupies an elevated position looking out across Sandown Bay in an area designated for its outstanding natural beauty. There are far reaching views towards Sandown; Shanklin and St. Boniface Down and from ... More | visit website
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Oaklands House (2.73 miles)

Oaklands House

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The relaxed and friendly Oaklands House has a heated pool, licensed bar, free Wi-Fi, air-conditioned en suite bedrooms and parking. Scenic Brading Downs is a short (uphill) walk away, and fishing on ... More

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Springvale Hotel & Restaurant (2.83 miles)

Springvale Hotel & Restaurant

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An attractive Victorian character hotel overlooking the sea in a quiet hamlet on the edge of a pretty sailing village. Comfortable bedrooms all with bath, a snug bar with log fires ... More

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The Boat House (2.91 miles)

The Boat House
Welcome to The Boathouse, quality dining and accommodation by the sea. With attentive service and a relaxing atmosphere, we pride ourselves on fine dining in a pub environment. We have an extensive wine ... More | visit website
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The Denewood (3.62 miles)

The Denewood
The Denewood is situated in a quiet residential avenue just moment away from Sandown's beautiful golden Blue Flag Award beaches & bustling esplanade & pier, and with the Tiger Sanctuary & Zoo, Putting & Golf ... More | visit website

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