The Seaview Hotel Isle of Wight – An Unspoiled Seaside Paradise


The famous little wooden boats bobbing up and down at Seaview.

The famous little wooden boats bobbing up and down at Seaview.

‘She thinks of nothing but the Isle of Wight, and she calls it The Island, as if there were no other island in the world’ Jane Austen, Mansfield Park.

Imagine the perfect, British seaside idyll.  An intimate, small jewel of hotel that instantly feels like home, where the sea beckons at the end of the sleepy street, and the head chef conjures up classic feasts from the farm and the fisherman so tasty, such as the famous crab ramekin, you will never want to leave.

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Beautiful Restaurant at Seaview

Welcome to the Seaview Hotel on the Isle of Wight. For a hundred and fifty years, this laid-back seaside pit stop has been a magnet for the glitterati – to honeymooners and families looking for that most elusive of things – the perfect seaside vacation. What they all have in common is that they have stumbled across a little slice of England where you can leave the maddening crowd behind, and just lark beside the seaside.

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The Modern Room

The Seaview Hotel is neither to grand or too laidback, somehow, it is just perfect. It is at the very centre of life in the quaint, pretty seaside town of Seaview, situated on the North East coast of the island, just a mile or along the famous sands from the elegant Victorian town of Ryde.

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Sea View

The most wonderful thing about staying at this charming hotel is the sense that life is lived deliciously, in the slow lane. In summer guests linger over lunch in the chic courtyard and watch the world go by over a bowl of delicious soupe de poisson or posh fish n chips. In winter, go for a wind in the hair walk on the beach, and then sit in one of the cosy bars or the snug and feast on robust, well-executed classical French cooking by the head chef, Alan Staley, who learnt his craft in the kitchens of The Savoy and Chewton Glen.  The real stars are the wonderful local and sustainable ingredients, which Alan carefully sources from the hotel’s farm and the local fisherman, Captain Stan in Bembridge.  Book quickly, and go and savour the amazing food – before the secret is out.

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Very Special Offer for EH Readers

Enjoy a relaxing short break on the Isle of Wight with our ‘3 nights for 2’ hotel offer, valid from 1st November 2013 right through to 31st March 2014.

That works out at an incredible £96.66 per night with the free night applied, based on two people sharing. And what’s more we are giving a 10% discount on restaurant and bar food during your stay.

The Ethical Hedonist Deal includes:


  • 3 nights from only £290.00 per room per stay
  • Half bottle of champagne in your room on arrival night
  • Full English breakfast every morning
  • 10% discount on restaurant and bar food


This is a perfect excuse to explore the beautiful Isle of Wight or simply a great opportunity to have a few days of peace and quiet whilst we look after you.

She thinks of nothing but the Isle of Wight, and she calls it The Island, as if there were no other island in the world’ Jane Austin, Mansfield Park

Half of the beautiful Isle of Wight is protected as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are varied and spectacular walks and lots of hidden treasure to find  including Dimbola Museum + Gallery former home of pioneering female photographer Julia Margaret Cameron and Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s palace by the sea and the backdrop for my iconic photo shoot with Kiera Knightly.

Valid from1/11/13-31/03/14 – excluding Christmas/NewYears/Bank Holidays/Valentines. Not valid in conjunction with any other promotion. Based on 2 sharing a standard room. Supplements apply for upgrades


Tel: 01983 612711 or email: reception@seaviewhotel.co.uk and quote ETHICAL HEDONIST when booking.