Walking in the Isle of Wight
With so much to discover why not stay in a pub when on a walking holiday the Isle of Wight? Pubs are a great alternative to hotels or traditional B&Bs and provide walkers with the perfect base to explore the region. Even in the evenings pubs offer just that something extra; a sociable and lively environment that is at the heart of its community. After a fantastic day out perhaps discovering the Isle of Wight's dinosaur heritage, guests can relax in the their room, soak in the bath and then head downstairs for some delicious home cooked food and enjoy live music or a quiz night and meet locals and travellers alike.
If you aren't an experienced walker or just want to go on gentle walk through the Isle of Wight there are plenty of walks under 10 miles including the Freshwater Way which is 5 miles long. To find out more about walking in the Isle of Wight please click here. If you want to learn about the region's past whilst walking through it, there are also plenty of guided walks available where you can see some of the Isle of Wight's most incredible wildlife and landscapes.
To access a range of wonderful walks in the UK visit iFootpath by clicking below.
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