Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Hayling Island
Places to eat & drink in Hayling Island.
This charming peaceful island with its European Blue Flag beaches and a country village atmosphere is largely responsible for more than £50 million in tourism income over the course of a good summer
which gives an indication of its justified popularity.
The island covers only ten square miles and is accessible from the mainland by a
road bridge. Almost all the population of the island live south of its narrow 'waist'. North of this line the villages of Stoke and Northney are the only settlements of any size. With its many thatched cottages and meandering country lanes, Northney is a place of considerable charm.
The southern part of Hayling is the part of the island best known by holidaymakers, and is a combination of town and country with the settlements of West Town, Gable Head and Eastoke spreading to meet each other but with fields, farms, woods and the sea all within easy reach.
Its main attraction for visitors is of course its wonderful coastline which now boasts two European Blue Flags. Beachlands itself is over 100 acres of land between Sea Front [road] and the shore
with grassy dunes, gorse, wild flowers and bird life providing delightful picnic spots.
Sailing and boardsailing are two activities for which the island is internationally renowned, conditions being perfect for both sports.
A recent addition to the attractions on Hayling sea front is the East Hayling Light Railway, a narrow gauge train opened in the summer of 2003 running from Beachlands funfair to Eastoke Corner which in its first season of operation had attracted over 20,000 passengers.
We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a
small selection of those available in Hayling Island
or surrounding areas.
Hayling Island Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc
33 Station Road, Hayling Island, PO11 0EA Tel: 023 9246 3178