A popular pub on the outskirts of East Cowes has been forced to temporarily close due to what has been described as a health and safety issue.
The Folly Inn had to close its doors and turn away guests on Saturday as a result of the issue, which management have not expanded on in any greater detail.
The sudden closure is said to be to allow essential work to take place.
Staff say that the waterside pub will be re-opening on Tuesday at 18:00, just in time for a planned charity quiz.
A spokesperson for the Greene King establishment has said:
“As always our customers safety is our main priority and we can only apologise for the inconvenience”.