Seaview

The village and beach at Seaview is located at the north east corner of the Isle of Wight overlooking the Solent. It is largely unspoilt and well situated for for sailing and windsurfing as well as a sandy beach and rock pools for children to enjoy and explore.
23 Results In Or Near Seaview
0.2 miles from the centre of Seaview
The Seaview Hotel Restaurant and Bar is a rare example of a unique independent British coastal hotel. Located on the north-east Isle of Wight in the picturesque sailing village of Seaview. The Restaurant has 2 AA Rosettes and a Michelin Bib Gourmand. There are several dog-friendly rooms and the Pump Bar is noted for well kept local ales.
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0.2 miles from the centre of Seaview
The Seaview Hotel, Restaurant and Bar is a classic yet contemporary, stylish Victorian retreat located in the fishing village of Seaview on the Isle of Wight. The Restaurant which holds a Michelin Bib Gourmand award, offers a fantastic menu of British dishes all served in a contemporary setting. The terrace enjoys stunning views of the Solent. The food has a real wow factor and the menu is designed to reflect the seasons dependent on the relative abundance of local produce or season, you ...
2.6 miles from the centre of Seaview
We have fourteen en suite rooms, each room tastefully furnished to provide for a relaxing break. We have four twin rooms, two family rooms and eight double room all with king size beds. All rooms have a flat screen TV with DVD and Freeview, ipod docking stations/alarm clock and tea/coffee making facilities, all rooms have a bath with a shower over, premium towels and linen and complimentary toiletries.
4.2 miles from the centre of Seaview
Southsea Castle, built by Henry VIII in 1544 to protect Portsmouth Harbour. Over the centuries it´s defences were strengthened and in the 19th century a tunnel was built to defend the Castle moat.
4.3 miles from the centre of Seaview
The D-Day Story gives a fascinating insight into the events of the Normandy Landings, and what those taking part had to face. Through artefacts, personal testimonies and audio-visuals, the museum tells the story of the historic day - showcasing the epic made personal, and the personal made epic.
5.1 miles from the centre of Seaview
City Museum & Records Office is dedicated to local history, `The Story of Portsmouth´ display room settings showing life in Portsmouth from the 17th century to the 1950s. Experience the different life-styles from the working poor to the affluent `Victorian Parlour´ along with a 1930s `Art Deco´ dining room and a 1950s front-room complete with flying ducks on the wall. The Museum has a fine and decorative art gallery with a temporary exhibition gallery and regular changing exhibitions. The Rec...
7.2 miles from the centre of Seaview
Explore the Royal Gardens at Osborne House Osborne House and gardens were originally designed by Prince Albert and Cubitt for the Royal Family. The Italianate designs for the terraced formal gardens, complement the house. They have been restored to their Victorian layout and are planted in seasonally changing Victorian bedding. The walled fruit and flower garden includes a variety of trained fruit trees, expansive cut flower borders, and rose and fruit arches. The herbaceous borders ...
7.2 miles from the centre of Seaview
Discover the intimate world of Queen Victoria at Osborne House Osborne House was built for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert as a private holiday home. It was designed by Prince Albert and built by Thomas Cubitt in Italianate style. Many of the rooms have been preserved and unaltered since the death of Queen Victoria, here in 1901. Osborne reflects Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's passions, tastes and style. Ornate furnishings and artefacts from The Royal Collection fill rooms and c...
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