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£20 The Broadway Inn


 Location The Broadway, Totland Bay, Isle of Wight, PO39 0BL t: 0844 683 1941 w: www.thebroadwayinn.co.uk e: broadwayinn@btconnect.com


The beautiful landscape of Totland Bay is home to the charming Broadway Inn. The stunning walks and seaside views available on this side of the Island make it the ultimate place to explore – and why not begin your adventure with the best full English breakfast in West Wight? Enjoy free-range eggs courtesy of The Broadway Inn’s resident chickens, Cumberland sausages and more.


...refuel with a hearty portion of delicious homemade steak and ale pie...’


Open: Mon-Sat 11am-3pm, 6pm-close; Sun noon-3pm, 7pm-10.30pm


Only a short walk from historic Totland Pier, this family-run public house offers the perfect place to refuel with a hearty portion of delicious homemade steak and ale pie accompanied by chunky chips, homemade spinach and lentil cottage pie or a traditional Sunday roast – there’s something for everyone. Dishes are rich in flavour and demonstrate a real attention to detail. There’s also a


vast selection of indulgent desserts for your delectation, which will leave you drooling in anticipation. Warm up with a mouth-watering bowl of homemade apple crumble coated in steaming golden custard or delight in a sumptuous chocolate brownie with a refreshing serving of vanilla ice cream. To accompany all this, try one of the pub’s real ales, such as Goddards Special Delivery (brewed on the Island and only available here). Whatever your tastebuds desire, transport them to their happy place with the help of The Broadway Inn’s delicious menu.


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£22 The Bargeman’s Rest


 Location Little London Quay, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 5BS t: 0844 683 1951 w: www.bargemansrest.com e: info@bargemansrest.com


Proving once more that Newport is a veritable hub of cosy, refined public houses, The Bargeman’s Rest boasts all the qualities one would expect from a thriving free house. The pub is positioned waterside, on the banks of the River Medina. It’s partly this tranquil setting that makes The Bargeman’s Rest popular all year round.


Open: Mon-Sat 10.30am-11pm;


Sun 10.30am-10.30pm


Serving some cockle-warming traditional food, the pub boasts a menu that, quite rightly, changes with the seasons. Pop in on a chilly winter’s night and you will be treated to tasty dishes such as the braised Isle of Wight steak in a red wine and thyme sauce, served with vegetables and new potatoes. During the warmer seasons you can indulge in the lighter option of the chicken breast served on linguine with ratatouille, topped with melted mozzarella. Ale-wise there is enough here to wet the driest of whistles, and, being an independently run pub, The Bargeman’s Rest serves a real variety of local tipples.


With two function rooms available, one with a 25-person seating capacity and the other able to seat


100, as well as numerous power points, a projector, and audio and TV facilities, this pub is an ideal place to hold an important conference or a family get-together.


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