Luccombe

Picture: Sheep At Luccombe

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These lucky sheep have a good view! If you’d like to enjoy it, Highlands and The Priory are just down the road and allow you to see right across Sandown Bay.

Sheep At Luccombe

Pictures: Luccombe Coastal Path

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Here are a selection of photos from the coastal path through Luccombe to Ventnor. A perfect walk alongside countryside, National Trust land and coastal views.

2018 Late Availability + 2019 Open

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Spyglass Inn, Ventnor

As the year moves on, we are are already looking to 2019 with our first guests booked and 2019 availability open for all. Prices have been held at 2018 rates, so get booking to secure your 2019 holiday.

However, back to this year, with the summer sun now upon us and the thoughts of a sunny summer holiday on the Isle of Wight in the air, there are just a handful of weeks left across our apartments for June, July and August of 2018.

Check out our availability to nab a week away before they go – 2018 has been a hugely popular year, so the Isle of Wight is the place to be.

Don’t forget we can offer a discount for Red Funnel and also have travel cots with linen and high chairs available to our guests free of charge.

For 2018 and 2019 availability, visit our booking page.

Food and Drink: Dunnose Magna, Luccombe

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Dunnose Magna

If you are looking for a pitstop on your walk to Ventnor, why not pop into Dunnose Magna in Luccombe?

Historically a tea gardens, it is a return to old with a new tea gardens now opened in the gardens of the thatched house. Open 11am to 5pm (not Wednesdays), it offers Purbeck ice cream, homemade cakes, light lunches and a selection of hot, cold and alcoholic beverages, all nestled in the Luccombe valley.

In addition to this, you can also see one of the streams that feed Luccombe Chine, currently closed due to landslips, and also the family of chickens that liven just next door.

For more, visit DunnoseMagna.co.uk.