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Welcome to The Dairyman’s Daughter

Here at The Dairyman’s Daughter we pride ourselves on home-cooked food, a great selection of beers and wine and of course a warm and friendly welcome. This has not changed even during the ‘new normal’. 

Opening times

Under the Government latest guidelines, please see below our new house rules, in effect from Thursday 24th September;

  • Opening hours 10:00-22:00
  • We will only be accepting tables of a maximum of 6 people
  • Face coverings must be worn on the premises at all times unless seated
  • We are operating table service only – no standing at the bar
  • Last food orders are taken at 20:30
  • Last drinks orders are called at 21:30
  • All customers to leave the premises by 22:00

Thank you for your cooperation

The Dairyman’s Daughter sits at the heart of the Arreton Valley on the Isle of Wight. Offering a traditional countryside pub with fabulous real ales and a delicious menu of traditional home cooked food, it’s the perfect pit stop after visiting the shops and artisans at Arreton Barns, the Island’s largest arts and crafts centre.

The pub is beautifully decorated in original, countryside memorabilia. This  ‘proper’ traditional pub has a lovely outdoor courtyard and sheltered seating area, ideal for the summer months. The extensive menu of home cooked dishes showcases some of the best local produce from the Arreton Valley and surrounding areas.

We still operate a muddy boots and paws welcome policy, but please note that during social distancing measures dogs are to be kept on leads at all times and not obstructing walkways. Thank you. 

A little bit of history

The Dairyman’s Daughter is named after Elizabeth Wallbridge, a local girl who died in 1801 and was made famous by the contemporary book ‘Annals of the Poor’. She’s buried in the village churchyard alongside a 12th Century church, village green and duck pond.

January 2020 at The Dairyman’s Daughter

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Our preferred method of contact for making table reservations is either by emailing us via our contact form or phone 01983 539361

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