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day 1
November 30
Morning. Start your day at the iconic Needles Landmark Attraction, located at the western tip of the island. Take in the breathtaking views of the multi-colored sand cliffs and the famous lighthouse. Here you can also try your hand at making your own glass work of art at the glass-making studio.
Afternoon. Head to the nearby town of Freshwater and stop by the Dimbola Museum and Galleries. The museum is dedicated to the life and work of the Victorian photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron. Afterward, grab a bite to eat at The Red Lion a classic pub serving up traditional pub fare like fish and chips and hearty meat pies.
Evening. End your day with a visit to the Ventnor Botanic Garden, located on the south coast of the island. This garden is home to a wide variety of rare and exotic plants from around the world. After walking through the gardens, head to The Royal Hotel for a fine dining experience with stunning views of the sea.
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day 2
December 1
Morning. Spend your morning exploring the historic Carisbrooke Castle, which has been standing since the 12th century. Here you can learn about the castle's history and see the well where Charles I was held prisoner.
Afternoon. Head to the nearby town of Newport for lunch at The Bargeman's Rest, a traditional pub serving up classic British cuisine like bangers and mash and steak and ale pie. After lunch, check out the Quay Arts Centre, which houses a gallery, theater, and caf .
Evening. End your day with a sunset beach walk on the sandy shores of Shanklin Beach. Stop by The Fisherman's Cottage for dinner, a cozy pub known for its fresh seafood dishes.
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day 3
December 2
Morning. Start your day with a visit to the Osborne House, the former vacation home of Queen Victoria. This stunning house is surrounded by beautiful gardens and offers insights into the lives of the royal family during the 19th century.
Afternoon. Afterward, head to the nearby town of Ryde for lunch at the Three Buoys, a restaurant overlooking the Solent with a menu featuring fresh seafood and local produce. After lunch, walk along the Ryde Pier, the oldest seaside pleasure pier in the UK.
Evening. End your day with a visit to the Blackgang Chine amusement park, known for its thrilling roller coasters, water rides, and dinosaur exhibitions. Finish the day with dinner at The Taverners, a charming pub in the village of Godshill serving up locally sourced ingredients and traditional pub fare.
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day 4
December 3
Morning. Take a scenic drive along the south coast to the village of Bonchurch, known for its picturesque cottages and stunning gardens. Stop by the Bonchurch Inn for lunch, a cozy pub serving up classic British cuisine.
Afternoon. After lunch, visit the Ventnor Heritage Museum to learn about the history of the island's southern coast. Then take a stroll through the nearby Steephill Cove, a picturesque fishing village with a small beach and several seafood restaurants.
Evening. End your day with dinner at Thompson's, a Michelin-starred restaurant in the town of Newport. The restaurant offers a seasonal menu featuring locally sourced ingredients and an extensive wine list.
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day 5
December 4
Morning. Spend your day at the Isle of Wight Festival, a world-renowned music festival that takes place annually in June. With a lineup featuring some of the biggest names in music, this festival is a must-visit for music lovers.
Afternoon. While at the festival, be sure to check out the food vendors, which offer a wide variety of cuisine from around the world.
Evening. End your day with a drink at The Spyglass Inn, a historic pub located on the seafront in Ventnor. The pub has been a favorite of locals and visitors alike for over 150 years.
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