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The Little Gloster Restaurant with Rooms

19 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·

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Hugo
Hugo
September 20, 2019
Our friends Ben and Holly have just won the Good Food guide's best local restaurant and for good reason! Stunning location overlooking the Solent with the best sunset views on the Island. Wonderful and inspired cuisine.
Emily
Emily
July 08, 2019
Delicious food. Wonderful to sit outside on a sunny day and watch the yachts on the Solent.
Lu
Lu
July 04, 2019
Right on the shoreline in Gurnard with views of the Solent. Quality lunch and dinner venue in Scandi/seaside fusion surroundings.
Emma
Emma
May 10, 2019
A lovely setting and the perfect spot for a lazy afternoon drink looking out over the water in Gurnard. If the tide is out, go for a walk along the waterfront all the way from Cowes to Gurnard. And if time allows, head past the restaurant to Thornless Bay before/after a visit.
Carole
Carole
May 06, 2019
Lovely for brunch especially at the weekend to watch the sailing. or a romantic dinner in the evening.

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Location
31 Marsh Rd
England, PO31 8JQ
Phone+44 1983 298776
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Sunday 12:00 AM