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All reviews specials board cook your own pub grub large portions quaint pub live music most nights terrace overlooking the beach spy glass isle of wight cod lovely lunch cobb salad ventnor bay visiting ventnor varied menu ground floor great room
This was our second very good/excellent restaurant in one day, the former being the Seapot for lunch. We managed to nab a table right on the lower deck near to the beach and once we ordered the food was served super fast, which was amazing...More
Me and my partner called in for dinner (superb food)
I had the beer batterd cod, chips and peas.
I was very pleased with the meal, the cod was a good thick filet & was cooked perfectly🙂🙂🙂.
The pudding wasn’t served with a scoop of...More
We booked here for only 1 night and were gutted when we arrived that we didn't book more nights. The accommodation was fantastic, everything we needed and our box of bits for breakfast all fresh and delicious. Staff were so friendly and the food out...More
We’ve been to the Spyglass a number of times over the years and it’s always on the IOW to-do list.
The setting is fantastic, as is the atmosphere inside, particularly when it’s busy, which it always seems to be. A decent food menu on paper...More
Ahoy there mateys! The Spyglass is amongst the best pubs on the mighty Isle of Wight for landlubbers and salty sea dogs alike. The food made my roger jolly, especially the delectable gherkins on the burgers, but I have heard the seafood fished from the...More
There is no parking at the pub. Limited street parking is available along Ventnor Esplanade or you can park in the car park behind the Spyglass and walk. Quite a steep hill back to car park though. Parking I believe is about... More
There is no parking at the pub. Limited street parking is available along Ventnor Esplanade or you can park in the car park behind the Spyglass and walk. Quite a steep hill back to car park though. Parking I believe is about £3.40 for 3-4 hours.