Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Brighstone

The village of Brighstone on the Isle of Wight was well known in the past for its smuggling of brandy from Cherbourg in France. The area has has some of the most picturesque scenery on the island and is not far from the sea. In the village there is a museum run by the National Trust and a church dating from 1190. Places to Visit in or near Brighstone Mottistone Gardens and Osborne House are listed below.
15 Results In Or Near Brighstone
1.0 miles from the centre of Brighstone
Explore the Mottistone Manor garden Mottistone Manor garden, which is owned by the National Trust, is one of the most peaceful and magical gardens on the island. Set in a sheltered valley with views to the sea, the gardens with their colourful borders, shrub-filled banks and grassy terraces surround an Elizabethan manor house (tenanted). Drought resistant plants, including those from the Mediterranean zone and Southern Hemisphere are being trialled here to see how they adapt to our cha...
9.2 miles from the centre of Brighstone
Explore the Royal Gardens at Osborne House Osborne House and gardens were originally designed by Prince Albert and Cubitt for the Royal Family. The Italianate designs for the terraced formal gardens, complement the house. They have been restored to their Victorian layout and are planted in seasonally changing Victorian bedding. The walled fruit and flower garden includes a variety of trained fruit trees, expansive cut flower borders, and rose and fruit arches. The herbaceous borders ...
9.2 miles from the centre of Brighstone
Discover the intimate world of Queen Victoria at Osborne House Osborne House was built for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert as a private holiday home. It was designed by Prince Albert and built by Thomas Cubitt in Italianate style. Many of the rooms have been preserved and unaltered since the death of Queen Victoria, here in 1901. Osborne reflects Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's passions, tastes and style. Ornate furnishings and artefacts from The Royal Collection fill rooms and c...
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9.3 miles from the centre of Brighstone
Welcome to our nautical paradise. Whether you're stopping by for a quick drink or pulling up a chair and settling in for your evening meal, make sure to soak in the stunning coastal views, exquisite seasonal cuisine and warm hospitality that characterises our pub. Recently awarded a coveted AA Rosette, we pride ourselves on our commitment to fresh, locally sourced British ingredients. Our seasonal menus change regularly and celebrate the bounty of flavoursome produce available to us from t...
10.7 miles from the centre of Brighstone
Right on the banks of the Beaulieu River, in the New Forest, Buckler's Hard is an 18th century shipbuilding village, which is now a major visitor attraction, featuring a maritime museum and reconstructed period cottage interiors.
10.7 miles from the centre of Brighstone
Bordering the Beaulieu River in the picturesque New Forest, the 18th Century shipbuilding village of Buckler's Hard offers a fascinating maritime museum, period cottage reconstructions and more.
11.7 miles from the centre of Brighstone
12.2 miles from the centre of Brighstone
All the food served at The Montagu Arms' restaurant has been grown in the on-site organic garden, or is sourced from the New Forest, the wider Hampshire area an
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