Seaview is a much sought-after charming village on the east of the Isle of Wight, and Sugar Beach is perfectly situated just a stone's throw from the beach and a short stroll away from a good selection of eateries and shops in the village centre.
Sugar Beach is part of a small collection of holiday properties called The Salterns which sit in a horseshoe shape around a central communal grassed area. The beach is quite literally across the road with views over the Solent so whether you are looking for a bucket and spade holiday or to venture further afield, Sugar Beach is ideally located for all the Island has to offer.
All on one level, Sugar Beach has an open plan living space with kitchen, sitting area and a handy foldaway dining-table. The kitchen area is small but perfectly formed with all you will need to cook a holiday meal and with a plethora of farm shops on the Island you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to fresh produce. The sitting area has a comfy sofa and two armchairs, the perfect place to relax and watch a movie on the Smart TV after a busy beach day.
There are two bedrooms at Sugar Beach, a double room and a twin room with two-foot six-inch beds, suitable for children only. The shower-room has a walk-in shower, perfect for washing salty toes.
Outside, a lovely decked area is home to a corner sofa, the perfect spot for relaxing with a good book. A table and chairs allows for al fresco dining from dawn until dusk and a handy sun umbrella will keep the Island sunrays at bay. The deck overlooks a large communal grassed area and as a resident you are welcome to use this if you wish. Welcome to island life, and welcome to Sugar Beach.
The Isle of Wight is a fabulous place for a holiday and the adventure starts from the moment you step foot onto the ferry over the Solent. At just 23 miles long, the island packs a big punch and you will find lots to do here to entertain the whole family. Seaview is on the easterly edge of the Island, a pretty traditional seaside village with three gorgeous beaches to choose from. If the chef fancies a night off try The Old Fort, a lovely gastropub with sea views and eclectic interior. For more traditional fayre The Seaview Hotel offers fine dining and bar meals, and Lily's Cafe is highly recommended for freshly brewed coffee, breakfast and of course sandwiches to takeaway to the beach. If you'd prefer to dine in, stock up on local produce from the village shop, a community project run by volunteers where you can find locally-sourced fresh bread, dairy produce, meats, cheeses and vegetables.
It would be easy to have a car-free holiday here but if you do decide to travel further afield you will discover an island rich in history and beauty. The coast path runs around the entire island and walkers will love the fabulous seascapes around every corner. Head to Bembridge, just a 15 minute drive away and see the last surviving windmill or the lifeboat station which is quite spectacular and worth a visit. Culver Downs is close by so take a drive up the headland for spectacular views over Sandown Bay and beyond. Travel to the Needles and take the chairlift to the beach for an amazing view of this iconic site or perhaps visit Osborne House, once the home of Queen Victoria and now beautifully kept by English Heritage.
However you plan to spend your island time, Sugar Beach is perfectly placed for all your holiday adventures.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV and DVD Player. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave and fridge (with small freezer compartment)
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (2'6''recommended for children only)
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Please note there is no washing machine.
- No pets
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Parking for 1 car in car park
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Patio furniture
- 3 panel heaters
The beach is a stone's throw away from Sugar Beach.
Sugar Beach has all you need for an Island getaway.
Enjoy breakfast around the foldaway table.
There are two bedrooms, this is the double room.
The Salterns are a small collection of holiday abodes which overlook a central communal area.
The patio doors lead out onto your own decked area.
Sugar Beach is all on one floor, this is the open plan living area.
There's plenty of storage in the sitting area.
The compact kitchen area has all you need to cook a holiday meal.
Breakfast in bed? Why not, you are on holiday!
The shower-room for a refreshing shower after a busy beach day.
The twin bedroom has two-foot six-inch single beds, suitable for children only.
Enjoy the outdoors at Sugar Beach.
Sugar Beach sits in a row of holiday abodes around a grassed area.
The Salterns collection are perfectly placed in Seaview with local shops and eateries a short stroll away.
The beach at Seaview overlooks the Solent.
The Hersey Nature Reserve, Seaview is a short stroll away and a great place to spot island wildlife.
Seaview is a fabulous place for an island holiday.
The walk from Seaview to Seagrove Bay is delightful.
This is the view of Sandown from Culver Downs, a gorgeous island walk.
Visit Freshwater for clear turquoise waters, perfect for kayaking and paddle boarding.
Take the chairlift to the beach and view the iconic Needles.