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About this place
Osborne House offers a glimpse into the private life of the royal family and is filled with original furnishings and priceless artworks. The grounds immediately surrounding the house are a joy to explore with stunning views of the Solent.
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Osbourne House - a palace in the Italian style, built by Queen Victoria and her husband Albert as a summer seaside residence in the town of East Cowes on the north coast of the Isle of Wight in 1845-51 Since 1921 is a public museum.
Beach Huts with Wind Breaks and Deckchairs for Hire on stunning Ventnor Beach Blakes Longshoreman Esplanade Tel. J & F Blakes (01983) 857186 Evening (01983) 852723
Osborn House and Carrisbrooke Castle in Newport allow you to take along a picnic to eat in their grounds during your visit.
Previously owned by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert but is now owned by English Heritage. Beautiful house and gardens, and a glorious walk to the private beach area with cafe.