Arreton Barns has been the heart of the Village of Arreton for over 10 years and makes the msot of the beautiful countryside location at the heart of the Isle of Wight.
The ancient village of Arreton sits at the geographical heart of the Isle of Wight. Arreton Barns offers visitors a glimpse into the Island's past. Traffic free, safe for children and families alike, it showcases local craftsmen, locally produced crafts, farm food and agricultural artefacts.
A stroll around Arreton Barns encompasses the Lavender & Lace Craft Cottage, a ceramic crafts workshop and the 12th Century Church of St George's.
The village Corn Exchange displays selected gifts and souvenirs while the Dairyman's Daughter free house serves food and real ale all day and into the evening.
The village regularly holds exhibitions, demonstrations, real ale tasting, harvest festivals, auctions and events linked to village life so keep an eye on our Facebook and website for all the most recent information.
Come and visit the barns to meet the artisans for yourself and see them hard at work
Arreton Barns is a true hub for local Island craftspeople and artists. Come and visit the barns to meet the artisans for yourself and see them hard at work
Corn Exchange - Farmer Jacks - Sweet Memories - Isle of Wight Glass - The Craft Cabin - The Chad Powell Gallery & Shop - Raindow Kingdom - Fortune Leathercraft - ReCycle BiCycle - Treclaimed - Craft Island - Captain Nash’s Pocket Money Toy Shop - The Affordable Art Collective - New World Creations - Ceramic Crafts Ltd - Sculptglass - Wight Classics - The Shipwreck Centre - The Glass Museum
A stop for a bite of lunch and drink at the Dairymans Daughter