Bembridge Windmill

Bembridge Windmill
Bembridge Windmill

Things to see and do

View from Freshwater Bay of Tennyson Down, Isle of Wight

More about visiting the Isle of Wight 

Whether its walking, cycling, family fun, wildlife or history that interests you, you can find it all on the Isle of Wight.

Bembridge Windmill

What's on 

Upcoming events

Autumn Fruits, Seeds and Berries ID Trail

Fri 28 Oct 2016
Make the most of your visit to the windmill with our free ID trail.
Bembridge Windmill

Eating and shopping

Two visitors to Bembridge Winmill sat in front of the windmill drinking a hot drink with biscuits on the table.

A bite to eat and a spot of shopping

If you’re feeling thirsty, fancy making even more of your day at the windmill, or want a reminder of your visit, then spend a little time looking around our visitor entrance shop. With refreshing hot and cold drinks, activities to try at the windmill and plenty of gifts, it’s a great place to explore.

Bembridge Windmill


Bembridge Windmill in the 1890s

Built around 1700 

The last surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight, Bembridge Mill was given to the National Trust in 1961 and was even featured in a watercolour by artist JMW Turner as well as serving its community.

Bembridge Windmill

Places to stay

Looking out of open doors to the garden of Mottistone Manor Farmhouse, Isle of Wight

Stay for longer 

Watch boats sail past from your bed, explore meadows and woodlands on your doorstep, or relax with a with a good read. Book a holiday in one of our cottages and find somewhere new to explore.

Bembridge Windmill

Get involved

People sitting on the chalk cliffs at Tennyson Down, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Association 

Find out more about how you can join the Isle of Wight Association, and support the work of the National Trust.