Taverners
High Street, Godshill, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, PO38 3HZ
Followers 2
Audience 7
  • Beer garden
  • Car park
  • Disabled facilities
  • Dogs allowed
  • Family friendly
  • Food
  • Function room
  • Outside area
  • Real ale
  • Real fire
  • Dart board
  • Cask Marque members

The Taverners is a real country pub that is popular with locals and tourists alike. We buy our produce daily depending on what is available at the markets, from the farms & what has been caught, foraged, shot or hunted.

We take our drink seriously as well, offering 10 wines by the glass, a selection of premium spirits, quality draught lagers & real ales including our own Taverners brew. Throughout the year we make some seasonal treats such as vin d’orange, limoncello & muld wine.


In our garden you will find a toddlers play area next to our vegetable patches where we grow our own herbs, artichokes, courgettes, beans and much more. We have various fruit trees that you will often see the chefs raiding and we have recently planted a small orchard on nearby land.


We have also opened a small shop within the pub where you can purchase many of the products we use in the kitchen alongside Island made products. This project was part funded by The Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE), which is funded by Defra and the EU. The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD): Europe investing in rural areas.

latest pub news, offers & events

Beer Day Britain 2018

Happening on 15/06/2018 [Expired]

Friday 15th June marks the annual celebration of the nation's best-loved bevvy - real ale! So why not come down and join us in raising a glass of the good stuff and say #CheersToBeer!

National Pub and Bar Award Finalist!

Published on 18/04/2017 [Expired]

Being one of the hundreds pubs and bars who entered, we are really excited and thrilled to have made it to the final of this prestigious competition in London on May 23rd.
We recognise just how valuable it is to be named the best in our county, and, you never know, we just might go on to be…