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Make a holiday rental, home, or cottage in Seaview, England your home away from home

Visitors looking for a charming little Edwardian resort need look no further than Seaview on the Isle of Wight. It overlooks the Solent, which is the body of water separating the island from the Southern coast of mainland England. Visitors to Seaview will find a reasonable choice of places offering self catering accommodation, including holiday houses and cottages rather appropriately with sea views.

Things to do on holiday to Seaview, England

Seaview’s beaches have both sand and rockpools, where children can spend their time exploring and fishing for crabs. There are some pretty walks to be found in the area including along the promenade to Ryde, which is just two miles away. The island is a great place for watersports with sailing at Cowes very popular as well as windsurfing, diving, sea-canoeing and kayaking.

Visitors on a self catering holiday may like to try one of the restaurants in the High Street as well as browse around the charming little shops. Families can have great fun with the pitch and putt courses in Sandown, Shanklin and Ryde or take a trip on the Isle of Wight Steam Railway. Visitors can enjoy sport and leisure activities at Newport, which has an indoor swimming pool, theatre and adjoining Arboretum.

Puckpool park is a historic monument offering wonderful sea views and sandy beaches, with a children’s play park, tennis courts, mini golf, petanque, putting & beautiful gardens.Visitors will also find exciting rides and entertainment at Blackgang Chine in Ventnor. A paddle steamboat takes visitors around the whole island coastline and boats can also be chartered for fishing trips here.

Places to visit on holiday to Seaview, England

Animal and wildlife lovers will find numerous places of interest on the island including Seaview Wildlife Centre and the Isle of Wight Zoo at Sandown. There are numerous beaches here and another place of interest is Alum Bay, which is noted for its multi-coloured sands. It is also close to the Needles, a chalk rock formation in the sea overlooked by a lighthouse. There are several historic buildings located on the island including Carisbrooke Castle and Osborne House at Cowes.

Weather in Seaview, England

Being one of the most southerly parts of the UK the Isle of Wight has a milder climate than most other areas. The warmest time of the year to visit the Isle of Wight is generally July and August when the average high is approximately 20 to 21 degrees centigrade. July is also generally the driest month, while November to January is the wettest time of the year with an average rainfall of approximately 85 to 89mm.

Travel to Seaview, England

The island is eight kilometres off the English mainland and served by ferries operated by Wightlink from Lymington and Portsmouth and Red Funnel from Southampton. Hovertravel run a hovercraft service from Southsea. The nearest major airport is at Southampton, where Flybe have flights from major European cities such as Paris and Dusseldorf as well as UK cities like Aberdeen, Liverpool and Newcastle. South West Train runs a train service from London Waterloo to Southampton and Portsmouth.

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Recent Reviews

Fantastic holiday cottage

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Beautiful place to stay. The cottage is perfect, spotlessly clean, wonderfully maintained, comfy furnishing, definitely ticked all the right boxes. Great selection of cooking and washing facilities, previous people or the owner had left a good selection of store cupboard condiments and washing products, which is very helpful. The patio decking looks over the nature reserve and lake, if you look carefully you can see the wildfowl. To hear them quacking and cooing all day is very relaxing; makes a change from listening to cars. Parking was plentiful and other people staying in the cul-de-sac all very friendly and polite. We took my oldish parents who thoroughly enjoyed the cottage and the Isle of Wight, the downstairs shower made things so much easier. TV's in the main bedrooms and lounge was just like home from home. All in all perfect, will definitely be returning.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 14, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017

Idyllic setting with everything you could wish for

5 of 5
Beautiful cottage in idyllic setting. Gail greeted us and made us feel very welcome which even extended to a bottle of wine. The cottage is very well equipped with everything from coffee machine to washing machine. The location is great and as we love history and you are within easy reach of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, Arundel Castle, Fishbourne Roman Villa and a host of other venues. We will be back!
  • Review Submitted: Jul 13, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017