The Bugle Inn
Only a 5 minute walk from Brading Station
- Large comfortable friendly pub
- Open all day, every day
- Outdoor area
- Indoor and outdoor children’s play areas
- Great food and special children’s menu
- Conference facilities
- Nappy change and disabled facilities
The Bugle Inn, 56-57 High Street, Brading, Isle of Wight, PO36 0DQ
Tel: 01983 407359
The Wheatsheaf Inn
The Wheatsheaf Inn on the Bullring, Brading.
A warm welcome awaits you at this traditional, family operated English pub.
Facilities in the pub include a darts and pool room, comfortable lounge / dining room and a delightful patio garden.
The Wheatsheaf Inn offers excellent pub meals and traditional Sunday roast dinners (booking is advisable).
Special events throughout the week include:
Mondays – OAP lunch specials and free pool
Wednesdays – Curry Night
Sundays – Excellent Sunday Roasts & Quiz Night
- Ample car parking spaces are located to the rear of the pub.
- A range of functions can be catered for.
The Wheatsheaf Inn, High Street, Brading, Isle of Wight, PO36 0DQ
Tel: 01983 408824
The Yarbridge Inn
Isle of Wight CAMRA Pub of the Year 2006
This friendly family, railway themed pub, specialises in beautifully presented home-cooked cuisine and unusual real ales.
Come and experience the relaxing atmosphere and personal touch which culminates in a memorable occasion for all the family.
Paul and Sharon Jenner bought the Yarbridge Inn in January 2003. Since then they have served up beers from over 100 different breweries from all over the British Isles ranging from the Orkneys to the Isle of Wight.
There are always 6 Real Ales, real farmhouse draught cider and lagers from all over the world.
Pop in and see what we’ve got on this week!
The Yarbridge Inn is situated at Yarbridge Cross Roads which is about half way between Brading and Sandown on the main road.
We have: – a lovely outdoor patio; a no-smoking area; easy access for wheelchairs; a large car park; pub games and Tuesday Quiz Nights (winter only). Meal Times are Noon to 2.45pm and 6pm to 8.30pm. After 8.30 – it’s a pub!