Our ‘Best of British’ IOW restaurant

Our Restaurant Manageress Wendy Fowler, who has been with the hotel for 10 years, will welcome you to our spacious restaurant which has comfortable seating for 110 diners. It opens for Breakfast at 8.15am (last orders by 9.45am) and for Evening Dinner at 6.30pm (last orders by 8.00pm).

Children may either eat with their parents during that time (choosing from either the adult or child menus) or, if parents prefer, can be served from the children’s menu at 6.00pm – please arrange for early meals with the restaurant staff during breakfast or with Reception at the latest by 5.30pm.

Wight Wine list

To compliment your meal our wine list offers the choice of some 40 carefully chosen wines from all over the World. They are very economically priced and range between a very drinkable ‘House’ white at £10.50 to an excellent vintage Pouilly Fume at only £21.00 whilst reds are accommodated again from £10.50 through to a superb vintage Chateauneuf du Pape at the incredibly low price of just £32.00. Where possible we maintain stocks of half bottles and a small selection of wine may also be ordered by the glass.

IOW Functions Meetings & Conferences

Throughout the year the Wight is a popular venue for all types of social gathering – playing host to weddings,birthday and anniversary parties, association and club dinner dances etc..

Such occasions are greatly enhanced by the layout of the entrance lobby, restaurant, bar and dance floor which, whilst all being separate areas, are all visible one to another and provide the feeling of being in one continuous area. A further benefit is that the Wight has a permanent dance floor and stage – thus avoiding the problem and disturbance found in many hotels where restaurant tables have to be moved after dinner to clear a space for dancing.

The hotel, with it’s wifi access for laptops, is ideal for company meetings, product launches and in-house conferences. It can also provide facilities for interviews and accommodate groups (whether residential or non-residential) who are attending seminars and training courses.

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