House located in Isle of Wight
On the ground floor you will find a modern kitchen/dining area with doors leading out to the rear garden, there is a cloakroom and spacious lounge with comfortable seating for 7 people. Stairs take you to the first floor where you will find the family bathroom straight ahead, a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, to the tight of the stairs you will find a bedroom with twin beds and a bedroom with a single bed. Outside the single bedroom you will find a beautiful spiral staircase to take you to the spacious 2nd floor attic bedroom that offers twin beds and lovely views of the Solent. The garden is a suntrap that offers a great area to relax during the day and enjoy a barbeque in the evening.
Ground floor cloakroom
1 x bedroom with king size bed and en-suite shower
1 x small bedroom with twin beds
1 x bedroom with single bed
Family bathroom with shower over bath
1 x bedroom with twin beds in attic room (accessed via spiral staircase)
Rear garden, with patio area to the front of property
Private parking for 1 car – additional street parking nearby
Gas central heating
Gas hob and electric oven
TV, Freeview, DVD
Garden table and chairs
Linen and towels provided, please bring own beach towels
Private parking for 1 vehicle in underground carpark
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 7
- Close to the beach
- Close to the shops
- Fully enclosed garden
- Pet friendly
- Private parking
- Sea views
- Family friendly
- Outside Space
Situated on the North-Eastern corner of the Isle of Wight, Seaview is a delightful seaside village which has been an exclusive holiday destination for generations. Sandy beaches, ideal for swimming, sailing, building sand castles and the forever popular crabbing in the rockpools. Interesting shops, pubs and restaurants will make this a place you will want to re-visit time after time.
Anchor Cottage is located in Seafield Road, the Yacht Club is a one minute walk away from the property and the local shops, pubs and restaurants only a couple of minutes further.
Nearby Bembridge is home to a good selection of shops, bars, restaurants and the National Trust Windmill, the only one to survive on the Island. The beach here is perfect for crabbing with its many rockpools at low tide.
St Helens, with it's friendly village green, lies in a coastal position between Bembridge and Seaview. A short walk down to The Duver, will present you with stunning views of the Solent and St Helens Fort.
Ryde is the gateway to the Island, where the catamaran from Portsmouth docks at the end of the pier and a connecting train can take you as far as Shanklin through Brading, Lake and Sandown. The town is packed with pubs, restaurants and shops and has miles of sweeping golden sandy beaches
- Shops within walking distance
- Beach within walking distance