With locally sourced produce on the menu and a great selection of wines and real ales behind the bar it’s time to book a table at the Taverners Inn.
Whilst the locals on the Isle of Wight might like to keep it a secret, the Taverners has built itself quite a reputation in recent years, attracting a number of high-profile reviewers. Set in the chocolate-box village of Godshill, surrounded by thatched cottages and some of the oldest architecture on the Isle of Wight, you will have already stepped back in time before arriving at the pub.
Once inside, the emphasis is on fresh, quality ingredients, with all meats, vegetables and dairy sourced locally where possible, and bread baked on the premises. In the beer garden you can relax alongside the very vegetable patches from which your food is grown.
After filling yourself with the delights on the menu you can browse their deli shop to pick up some of the items you have been feasting on, along with a selection of craft products and kitchen gadgets.
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