Sit back and relax with a tea & cake

Enjoy a much-loved favourite cream tea next time you’re out with your Care Pro in one of our popular local spots.

Whether you’re enjoying some sunshine and views or looking to get out and about, a simple treat like an afternoon tea might just be what you need. Below we have included some highly rated places to visit across Isle of Wight.

The Old Smithy - Godshill

With free parking, The Old Smithy is a great place to visit. Being in the heart of Godshill High Street makes this very popular with both residents and tourists.

Relax in the coffee shop and enjoy delicious homemade pastries, cakes and light meals.

As well as the coffee shop, you can also find a Fashion & Gift shop or take a stroll through the beautiful gardens.

You can find The Old Smithy High Street, driving into the Car Park opposite the Griffin Family Inn.

Lakeside Park Hotel – Wootton Bridge

The privately owned Lakeside Park Hotel is the Isle of Wight’s Premier 4 star Hotel.

The stylish Brasserie, overlooking a stunning and picturesque lake, offers smart yet informal dining. Daily Specials and Brasserie menus are prepared featuring some of the very best of Island produce and using seasonal ingredients to suit all tastes.

Located 1 mile from the nearest ferry. Ample free on site parking is available. The Lakeside Park Hotel, just off the junction with High Street & Kite Hill is a popular choice all year round for those seeking quality & relaxing country side surroundings.

Old Thatch Teashop – Shanklin

Winners of the best tea toom and tea gardens IOW, Pat & Charles welcome you to their grade II listed, quintessential old English teashop.

Initially built in 1690 as two or three fisherman’s cottages and believed to be the oldest building in the town of Shanklin.

Pat & Charles strive to offer you the most enjoyable time offering you sumptuous Clotted Cream Teas, Victorian Teas, Tasty Lite Bites, Sandwiches, Homemade Traditional Fare & mouth-watering Homemade Cakes & Desserts all served in the most delightful way.

If you’re heading into Shanklin for a shop , why not pop into Old Thatch Teashop for a sweet treat which can be found in Shanklin Old Village the pink building on Church Road!

The Royal Hotel – Ventnor

The Royal is a handsome, four-storey building fronted by a pretty wrought iron veranda that overlooks Ventnor’s Esplanade and the English Channel.

The Royal Hotel names “Ultimate Hotel Experience” by Red Funnell is nestled into exotic facing gardens overlooking Ventnor’s stunning coastline.

Afternoon tea is a tradition at The Royal, ever since Queen Victoria enjoyed taking some afternoon refreshment at the hotel when visiting Ventnor.

With outside dining available and teas within the conservatory, The Royal offers a relaxing dining experience with views of the stunning grounds.

Find The Royal Hotel on Belgrave Road, just opposite Bath Road.

Whether you’re looking for a simple sweet treat or light meal while out exploring, nothing beats some of the most popular locations across the Isle of Wight, we’re sure there’s something to suit all!

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