Queen's Bower

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Queen Bower is a large village on the Isle of Wight, England that has effectively merged with Winford and Apse Heath. It lies to the north of Borthwood, a National Trust property, and gets its name from a hunting lodge for hunting deer in Borthwood, owned in the 13th century either by Isabella de Fortibus — last "Queen" of the Isle of Wight, or King Edward Longshank's queen after he took over the Island.[1] The only commercial property in the area is the Queen Bower Dairy.


  1. ^ Patricia Sibley. Discovering the Isle of Wight. 

Coordinates: 50°39′33″N 1°11′52″W / 50.65917°N 1.19778°W / 50.65917; -1.19778