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Arreton Old village

REF NR: 802

Located at the heart of the Island, Arreton Old village comprises many of the buildings, features and artefacts of a traditional English village from many years ago.

Parts of Arreton Old Village date back more than 1000 years, with so many things to see and do it can take you all day to work around every nook and cranny within the old village.


St Georges Church

Arreton Old Village has a real-ale pub called The Dairyman's Daughter, a 12th Century church, duck pond, village green, craft rooms, a glass works, farm shop with local butcher, ceramic craft studio, sweet shop and leatherworks centre.

Dairyman's Daughter

 The village pub, The Dairyman's Daughter has become synonymous with excellent live music and local artists play regularly throughout the week. The chefs produce an extensive menu of freshly prepared, home cooked traditional dishes. Yearly real ale festivals are held in the pub also, the argots of which taking place over the Sweetcorn Festival, offering 30+ beers on tap. 

There are events held throughout the year ranging from the annual Sweetcorn Fayre and Easter egg hunt to halloween ghost walks and pumpkin weigh-ins.

The village is also home to the Isle of Wight Shipwreck Centre

Arreton Old Village is free to enter and offers ample free parking. The village has been traffic free since 1893.


Contact Details

Arreton Old Village, Main Road
Isle of Wight
PO30 3AA

Phone: 01983 528353