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Welcome to The Three Bishops

The Three Bishops pub in Brighstone is a beautiful, classic English country pub in the heart of an especially scenic part of the Isle of Wight. The atmosphere here is relaxed, friendly and in tune with the stunning surroundings of the island and the village.

Brighstone itself has a picture postcard feel with thatched cottages, and quirky features around the village including smugglers lairs marked by secret anchors on the sides of some of the older buildings. The church dates back to the Doomsday Book, and the pub name commemorates three priests from the parish who later went on to become bishops. One of these was Samuel Wilberforce, the son of famous anti-slavery leader William, who has a road named after him in the village.

Stay with us

Make the most of your visit and stay with us whilst you explore the area of outstanding natural beauty, we have five letting rooms, two of the rooms have their own private gardens.

Breakfast service times:
Monday-Saturday 8.30am – 11am
Sunday 11am – 12pm

We look forward to welcoming you soon!

A merry little Christmas…

Our favourite time of year is just around the corner, from our beautiful festive feasts to our joyful parties, we can’t wait to celebrate with you. There’s plenty to keep everyone happy, from succulent turkey to the most delicious lamb wellington. Take a look at our menus and book today for your merry little Christmas.

Fresh Seasonal Flavours

As the leaves start to fall and the evenings turn crisp, we’ve got our new season menu to celebrate the cosy months. Highlights include our new Chicken, Pancetta & Cranberry Terrine and Butternut Squash & Sage Ravioli. We’ve got the perfect dishes to say hello to the new season.

Who will win the World Cup 2022?

One thing that is for sure is that we’ll be showing all of the big games (& highlights) with plenty of beer, plenty of snacks and a good crowd. The drinks will be flowing so be sure to get ahead and book your spot now as we hopefully see it coming home! Surely this time, right?