Welcome to the Seaview Experience.
Come relax on "Island Time."
Located off the Seaview Duver seafront, nestled alongside our stunning Hersey Nature Reserve. Here, you'll be able to experience the true beauty of the Isle of Wight.
Premier 4-Bedroom House
Luxury 4 Star Accommodation for up to 8 guests. Spacious and inviting, our Premier 4-Bedroom Cottages are a home away from home. With stunning views of rolling countryside and the Hersey Nature Reserve, and the local sandy beaches not a 5-minute walk away, you'll be able to relax and enjoy the island for all its beauty. Come and experience one of the best holiday destinations in Britain!
Premier 3-Bedroom Cottage
Modern and bright, our Premier 3-Bedroom Cottages are inviting and well-equipped for your seaside holiday. With a luxurious master suite upstairs and two bedrooms downstairs, it's the perfect layout for a bit of privacy, complete with a social open-plan lounge and kitchen.
Premier 2-Bedroom Cottage
Quaint and clean, perfect for your escape to the island. With an open-plan kitchen/lounge, fully-equipped kitchen, shower room, and double decking with patio table and parasol, you'll love your little beachside cottage. Sleeps a maximum of 4 guests; Recommended for 2 Adults and 2 Children.
Seaview Self-Catering Holidays is a luxury self-catering holiday resort, offering child and pet-friendly accommodation in Seaview on the Isle of Wight.
Free WiFi is available on-site in our brand new Cafe Blue, now offering light snacks as well as hot, cold, and alcoholic beverages. Enjoy a drink and Wi-Fi access while relaxing in the sun on the large terrace looking out onto the nature reserve.
All cottages offer a flat-screen TV, private decking, your own large picnic table and parasol, open plan dining area and lounge, and a fully-equipped kitchen. Towels and bed linen are provided.
Puckpool Park is a favorite amongst visitors and residents alike. With an 18-hole putting green, 12-hole mini-golf, and two tennis courts, everyone can have a fun-filled afternoon. Puckpool Battery is located within the boundaries of the park; this is an old Palmerston Fort built in 1865 as Royal Defense for the United Kingdom against a perceived threat of French invasion! It's a fantastic place to explore.
With only a handful of cottages, brightly coloured canopied deckchairs, beach huts, lobster pots and an old donkey, you would be forgiven for thinking that you had stepped back in time. Some people liken it to the hidden coves in Cornwall, whilst others think of the palm-fringed bays of the Mediterranean. Welcome to Steephill Cove on the sunny south side of the Isle of Wight.
Arguably the prettiest place on the Island, situated just south of the Victorian seaside town of Ventnor, Steephill Cove is a traditional, unspoilt fishing cove with a safe, sandy beach, nestled between rocky cliffs and smugglers' coves.
This little bay has no road access, making it a unique noise and pollution free beach. Parking is five minutes away in the award winning Botanical Gardens, or the private car park(cheaper) above the Cove on the main road.
Carved by Mother Nature’s own hands over thousands of years, the stunning tree lined gorge that is Shanklin Chine cuts its mark from Shanklin Old Village to the sandy beach and esplanade far below.
Attracting many millions of visitors to wander through and marvel at its beauty over a near double century of seasonal openings, Shanklin Chine can truly say it’s lasted the test of visitor time. There are few places on the Isle of Wight, let alone England, that can boast such a tranquil and picturesque location.
Step into Queen Victoria's summer palace, Osborne House, where the Queen of England entertained her important guests. Osborne was built specifically for Victoria and Albert, and its architecture and furnishings reflect their passions, taste and style.
Explore the gardens and grounds, take a stroll down to the Swiss Cottage that Prince Albert build for their nine children. Let you own kids run free in the royal playground!
Grab an ice cream at the cafe on Queen Victoria's private beach, and see one of her original bathing machines, which she used for privacy while enjoying the benefits of sea-bathing.
You can feel a real sense of history here. Heads of state, inventors, princes and princesses, all walked these opulent corridors, when Osborne was at the centre of a vast British Empire.
Osborne’s time-warp atmosphere makes it an excellent location for filming period pieces, and the house recently featured in the film, Victoria & Abdul.