The Island’s largest
arts and crafts centre

Nestled in the beautiful countryside in the heart of the Isle of Wight, Arreton Barns is home to a vast array of arts and crafts studios, showcasing some of the best local artisans and craftspeople.

Open 7 days a week, browse our shops to find interesting and unique gifts to take home; visit our pub, The Dairyman’s Daughter for home cooked food and plenty of fine wines and real ales; or take a stroll around our stunning grounds, complete with a well-stocked farm shop, a medieval fish pond, village green and a 12th century church.

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Visit our shops for inspirational gift ideas or just a treat for yourself.

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A hub of traditional crafts, gifts and sweet treats. Escape the high street and shop local in a tranquil environment.

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The ancient village of Arreton, settled over 1000 years ago, is set in the traditional and geographical heart of the Island, and offers the visitor a glimpse into the past.

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The Corn Exchange

Coronavirus Updates

Coronavirus Updates 2000 1333 Arreton Barns

Update 23rd March 2020 To all our customers and visitors,  It is with heavy heart that we have taken the decision to close our doors as of Monday 23rd March…


March at Arreton Barns

March at Arreton Barns 2000 1333 Arreton Barns

Hello, can you believe that March is here already? Read on to hear all about the latest news from the craft village, pop some dates in your diary for upcoming…

Valentine’s Day gift inspiration

Valentine’s Day gift inspiration 2000 1331 Arreton Barns

If you’re hoping to surprise your Valentine with a unique and meaningful gift why not come and have a browse at Arreton Barns? With everything from sweets and quality bags,…

February at Arreton Barns

February at Arreton Barns 2000 1333 Arreton Barns

We are looking forward to welcoming you this February whether that be for a romantic stroll through the old village, a spot of shopping or for a lovely meal with…

Coronavirus Information

It is with heavy heart that we have taken the decision to close our doors as of Monday 23rd March due to the continuing crisis surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic.

This closure includes all shops and craft units at the barns (not including Farmer Jacks), and The Dairyman’s Daughter pub. 

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