Godshill - Isle of Wight

Picturesque village

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The Foot Man

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Caring for the Island’s feet – treatment and advice on foot-related problems in the comfort of your own home. Paul G Taylor – Ditch MPSPrract (FMP) MVR

Elm Cottage

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This lovely stone cottage is beautifully situated in the peaceful hamlet of Roud within a 5 minute drive of the picturesque village of Godshill and only a 10 minute drive from the

Honeysuckle House

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Honeysuckle House is situated within a 5 minute walk of the centre of the pretty village of Godshill and is within a 10 minute drive of the sandy beaches of the small resorts of Sh

The Coach House

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The Coach House is situated on the South East side of the Island in an attractive farm courtyard with ancient Grade 11 listed barns and a traditional farmhouse which dates back to

Godshill is the quintessential English Village, and boasts some of the oldest architecture on the Isle of Wight. With its delightful medieval church, charming thatched-roofed cottages and a winding main-street lined with traditional tearooms, Godshill is as picturesque as it is popular. It is also known for being the site of the first ever Isle of Wight Festival, which took place at Ford Farm in 1968 – now 50 years ago!

Things To Do

Whatever your interests there are plenty of things to do during your visit. Along with its collection of traditional tearooms the village contains an interesting range of shops offering local crafts and produce, such as ciders, pickles, mustards and biscuits. Godshill also has a very popular and highly detailed model village. The medieval All Saints Church (which gave the village its name!) overlooks the village from the hill and is a short but steep climb up either the steps or Church Hollow road.

Eating Out

Eating Out in Godshill Whether you are looking for a traditional cream tea or a tasty evening meal there is an excellent selection of places to eat in Godshill. The tearooms are a regular haunt for visitors and locals alike, and the local pubs are family friendly, with high beams and cosy fireplaces and are also highly rated for their food. With its central location Godshill makes a great place to base yourself for a visit to the Isle of Wight.

Sources Of Local Information

If you are looking for further information on the Isle of Wight or Godshill then stop off at the Godshill Tourist Information Point at the Village Store. Here you will find a range of free leaflets and brochures on display detailing some of the great activities and attractions on the Isle of Wight, alongside some more detailed maps and guides which can be purchased. Their staff will also help with any enquiries and offer advice where possible. The Godshill Tourist Information Point can be found on the High Street opposite the Model Village.


Being near the centre of the Island, there are plenty of direct buses northwards to Newport, across the Island to Ventnor, Shanklin and Sandown and eastwards to Ryde.

Places To Stay

If you are looking for centrally located accommodation for your Isle of Wight holiday then the Godshill and Rookley area is the perfect location. Close enough to the main towns for all the shops and facilities you might require, but also close enough to the countryside and coast to enjoy the scenic side of the Isle of Wight.