A big draw to The Blacksmith's Arms for locals and visitors alike are the views and facilities provided from the outside areas of the pub which include paved terraces, lawned gardens, barbecue station, a feature Well and a multi-functional children's play area. The whole area provides further seating for 100 customers and there is ample parking provided to the roadside with a further lower area able to accommodate around 70 vehicles in total. The gardens and terracing are both lit with Victorian style lamps and customers are able to sit and enjoy the views late in to the evening during clement weather.
Please also note that we are advised that there is historic planning permission for an external Pavilion to be erected in this outside area.
Accessed via a central internal staircase and arranged over first floor and eaves, the accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms, lounge and bathroom.
The Blacksmiths Arms sits on the main link road from Newport, the Island's County town, to the West Wight and enjoys the busy passing trade that this route provides. From it's elevated position drinkers and diners are able to enjoy the spectacular views from the rear of the property stretching across the River Medina to the sea and mainland beyond. Newport boasts an ancient castle at Carisbrooke with Saxon and Norman origins and with its mainstream shopping offer, it is popular with visitors and locals alike all year round. The Blacksmith's Arms s only a short 5 minute drive away with plenty of parking and is highly popular as a destination inn "just out of town".
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