We are pleased to say Seaview Holidays allows dogs in our Salterns Village. Dogs may accompany you holiday in a 2, 3 and 4 bedroom property! 

Simply to bring your dog on holiday let us know when booking under our extras tab! 

Dogs on Site

All dogs must wear a collar and identity tag and be kept on a lead under the control of a responsible adult at all times, and must not be left in the property unattended.

Dog owners are responsible for clearing up after their dogs and disposing of dog waste. 

The nearest disposal bin is located at the gate near the entrance to Salterns Village, at the rear of the site at the entrance to the Bridle Path, or at the Hersey Reserve car park, halfway between Tollgate and Salterns Beach, on the Seaview Duver.

We reserve the right to require the owner of any dog to leave the property if  the above  terms and conditions are not adhered to, or we consider it a nuisance or to be interfering with the general comfort of our guests in any way or any owner is in breach of the above terms.

Dog Friendly Beaches

There are restrictions in place on the Isle of Wight's main resort beaches between1st May and 30th September which prevents dogs being allowed to use them. However outside of this season dogs are welcomed as with any of the other beaches.

·         Bonchurch - both sandy and shingle incorporating the Horseshoe and Monks Bay beaches.

·         Brook - sandy beach just along from Compton Bay with some eye-catching rugged coastline and great views across the West of the Isle of Wight.a

·         Fort Victoria - has some great walks with tremendous views back across to the mainland.

·         Colwell Bay (to right of slipway) - tucked away to the West of the Island this Quality Coast Award winning beach offers superb views across the Solent

·         Dunroamin - runs from Lake Slipway up to sandy beaches of Hope Beach, Shanklin.

·         Reeth Bay - the Island's most southerly point, and a very quiet beach with loads of space for dogs to run around!

·         Bembridge - pebble and sand beach with a great collection of rock pools at low tide.

·         Woodside Bay - a local's "hidden gem" beach alongside the picturesque Wootton Creek.

·         Players Beach - another of the Island hidden secrets, tucked away below Ryde Golf Course at Binstead.

·         Seagrove - sandy expanse of beach located between the Seaview and St Helen's beaches.

·         Seaview - great sandy beach area, which is usually fairly quiet. The South beach is slightly more sheltered from the weather.

We are lucky enough to have a range of attractions and places to eat to make your four legged friends feel right at home on the Isle of Wight. We have listed some of our favourites below;

Dog Friendly Attractions

·         Ventnor Botanic Gardens, Ventnor PO38 1UL – 01983 855397

·         The Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary, Wroxall PO38 3AA – 01983 852693

·         Godshill Model Village, Godshill PO38 3HH – 01983 840270

·         Blackgang Chine,  Ventnor PO38 2HN – 01983 730330

·         Osbourne House, East Cowes PO32 6JX – 03703331181

·         Carisbrooke Castle, Newport PO30 1XY -  03703331181

·         Robin Hill Country Park, Newport PO30 2NU – 01983 527352

·         The Needles Landmark Attraction, Totland Bay PO39 0JD – 01983 752401

·         Steam Railway, Havenstreet, PO33 4DS – 01983 882204

·         Shanklin Chine, Shanklin PO37 6BW – 01983 866432

Dog Friendly Places to Eat

·         The Pointer Inn, Newchurch  PO36 0NN – 01983 865202

·          The Taveners, Godshill PO38 3HZ – 01983 840707

·         The Yarbidge Inn, Brading PO36 0AA – 01983 405585

·         The Buddle Inn, Ventnor PO38 2NE – 01983 730243

·         The Sun Inn, Hulverstone PO30 4EH – 01983 741124

·         The Wight Mouse Inn, Chale PO38 2HA – 01983 730431

·         Off The Rails, Yarmouth PO41 0QX – 01983 761600

·         The Steamer Inn, Shanklin PO37 6BS – 01983 862641

·         The Crab & Lobster Inn, Bembridge PO35 5TR – 01983 872244

·         The Boathouse, Seaview PO34 5AW – 01983 810616