THE LOCAL AREA
SO MUCH TO SEE AND DO
The local area is ideal for cycling, bird watching, horse riding and walking with many local coastal and rural footpaths. Walk across the mill pond wall and National Trust common to find a waterfront cafe/bistro and sandy beaches with rock pools for crabbing, providing something for all ages. They are also suitable for swimming, fishing and other water sports.
Old Mill Holiday Park
Located right at the edge of the Mill Pond, we are a stones throw away from fantastic walks, cafes and beaches!
St Helens Village Green
The Vine Inn
Your typical cosy village pub with a great atmosphere. You can often find bands playing on a Friday night for some local entertainment.
Mill Wall Walk
National Trust Common
St Helens Beach / Cafe / WC
Footpath by RSPB Reserve
Footpath by RSPB Reserve
Harbour View Cafe
A short walk down Embankment road and you will find a great cafe on the waters edge. Serving popular breakfasts, this is a favourite among the locals.
Pilot Boat Inn
The Pilot Boat in Bembridge on the Isle of Wight is owned by the Bristow family, It is a great place to stay or to meet family and friends for a drink or to eat.
Tackt-Isle Adventures is the place to go for water activities on the Isle of Wight.
Whether you’re a seasoned pro, or you’re new to outdoor adventures and fancy giving something a go, Tackt-Isle have all the kit, skills and experience to help you make the Island your playground.
Duver Cafe/ Steve's Bar
(Open from April to September)
Whether it's a breakfast bap or an evening Pizza, the team at Duver Cafe and Steves Bar are a great bunch and we love supporting family run businesses!
Outdoor clothing and equipment shop, also sells buckets, spades etc for your summer holidays!
The Best Dressed Crab
Located in Bembridge Harbour, the finest, freshest shellfish landed straight from the boat served in their floating cafe
THE LARGEST VILLAGE GREENS
St Helens lies on the East coast of the Isle of Wight, between the villages of Bembridge and Seaview. At the heart of St Helens lies its village greens, which are rumoured to be amongst the largest in England.
WITH ITS OWN AIRPORT
Bembridge has the reputation of being the largest village in England. It has a harbour, three beaches and its own airport. The three contrasting beaches, Bembridge Beach, Lane End, and the Ledge offer very different experiences.
SAILING & WATERSPORTS
Seaview is an Edwardian coastal village situated on the north-east coast of the Isle of Wight. Its lovely sandy beaches with easy access make it popular with watersports enthusiasts, and its spectacular views across the Solent makes it one of the prettiest places on the island for relaxing by the sea.
The Isle of Wight
Explore the Island
Whether it’s taking in the breathtaking views of the Needles or searching for Dinosaur fossils on Yaverland beach, the island has activities to cater for everyone and all ages.
Click below to check out our useful links for things to see, do and eat!