Located to the east of the Isle of Wight, Seaview is a lovely little village. In the summer, Seaview is a bustling hub of sailors and holidaymakers coming to enjoy the warm weather and watch the yachts in various vantage points across the village. With ocean views from the high street Seaview certainly lives up to its name, making it an ideal destination for those looking for a waterside break. As a quiet place to visit in the winter, Seaview offers up idyllic panoramic views across deep waters and calming walks along the pebbles of Spring Vale beach and Seagrove bay.
Seaview is a great spot to spend an afternoon with the kids or taking the dog for a walk all year round. Along the high street you’ll find local businesses who use the finest local produce from across the Isle of Wight to serve up tasty dishes throughout the day. The restaurants here are very used to visitors so will be sure to make you feel right at home. With the beaches being dog friendly all year round, most cafes and restaurants are happy to welcome your lovely dog too.
Nearby you'll find the pretty harbour villages of St Helens and Bembridge. To the north, via a walk through Puckpool park, is the town of Ryde. Slightly bigger and with plenty to do, Ryde has lots of choice when it comes to restaurants cafes and shops to explore. There's also the steam railway which leaves from the end of the pier and travels through the east of the Isle of Wight - a great alternative to travelling by car. Less than half an hour from Seaview is Newport, the biggest town on the island. Here you'll find more mainstream shops and restaurants and a thriving arts scene centred around Quay Arts.