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Best things to do in Ryde

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Seafood Restaurant
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“For something a bit more special, this place has a wonderful location and delicious seasonal food looking onto Appley beach. If it's warm enough, try asking for a table out on the balcony to make the most of the views. The restaurant is a leisurely (albeit 30 minute) walk along the beach from the cottage. ”
12local recommendations
Cafe
“Its Mediterranean cuisine mostly and their lunch menu is fresh and constantly changing. Evening menu is also good , little rich sometimes if youre not a foodie. Professional staff. Can just book a sofa to meet a friend and have a natter.”
9local recommendations
Amusement Park
“Purpose built 500m all weather outdoor track. All equipment provided (including waterproofs on wet days). Tuition included, no experience necessary. Driving from 8 years old. r Located right behind Tesco Extra in Ryde; just follow the road signs straight on at the Tesco extra entrance mini roundabout:PO33 1QS CHECK WEBSITE FAQs FOR HOURS but generally open 7 days a week from 10am for Arrive & Drive each school holidays. (Check website for open hours outside the holiday times). Open for bookings of 20+drivers anytime 9am-10pm.”
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Lodging
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Restaurant
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“Chef Charlie is excellent, and his wife Helen very welcoming front of house. Great Ice cream parlour as an added bonus upstairs with a ground floor restaurant. ”
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Convenience Store
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Restaurant
“It is owned by an Italian family who cook authentic North Italian cuisine. ”
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Movie Theatre
“Its a little family cinema which we support because they really try hard to keep the opportunity for cinema alive in the town.”
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Cafe
“Lovely cafe with both indoor and outdoor seating, right by the water. Coffee and lunch. Great to walk along the water. ”
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Church
“A monastery on the Isle of Wight.. It is home to a small group of Benedictine monks, everyone is welcome to the church service. Just next to it has a lovely tea room, and a park for quiet time. The monks have their own gardens and sell plants, fruits and more. Children love watching the pigs and piglets.”
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Route
“It has good shops, is on the seafront and has plenty of bars and restaurants”
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Park
“from easter to September its cleaned daily, the tide is safe and shallow for swimming. in summer there's a lifeguard and Rescue on patrol , great cafes and shows with wcs.”
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Cafe
“A working Benedictine monastery set in tranquil grounds, café, shop, walled garden, see the pigs and chickens, visitor centre. ”
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Bar
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“Local bar with cocktails and bar snacks. Quiet in the week but busy at the weekends. Music venue downstairs for occasional events.”
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Point of Interest
“Lovely inside pool with roof that opens in summer, next to lovely boating lake complete with swans [ feathered and ones you can ride in].”
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Playground
“Lovely white sand beach. A good choice of cafes, children's play areas, grassey areas with shade. Perfect for picnics.”
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