Isle of Wight Holiday Home :: Binfield House


Places of Interest to visit


Close to Binfield House

Approximately ½ mile from the house which is a lovely stroll along the riverbank, or a trip down the river in a water taxi, leads to the popular yachtsman’s watering-hole "The Folly Inn" with lively evening entertainment, good food and large waterside terrace.

Queen Victoria’s seaside home, Osborne House is about 2½ miles away and Carisbrooke Castle can be found just the other side of Newport. Check out the English Heritage page on the Isle of Wight for information on these sites as well as other English Heritage sites on the island: Yarmouth Castle and Appuldurcome House.

Other sites

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The Isle of Wight for kids

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Folly Inn - East Cowes

Places to eat

About 200 yards from the house down at the marina is a great brasserie open every day called Island Breeze. If you are keen for a 15-20 minute walk along the Medina River towards Cowes, you’ll come to the Folly Inn - a spot frequented by sailors as one can also berth their boat right next to the pub! Otherwise, there are lots of pubs dotted across the island which serve great pub fayre. Check these out!
New Inn - Shalfleet
Red Lion - Freshwater
Crab and Lobster - Brading
The Spy Glass Inn - Ventnor