2 Seaview House
Seaview
Isle of Wight
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The door to the beach

Island-wide attractions

There are many places to visit and lots to do on the Isle of Wight - for the most up-to-date information on events happening at the time of your holiday, visit these websites:

Isle of Wight Council Island Breaks


Local attractions
More locally there are a number of activities for those wanting adventure or a more relaxing time:

Seaview Website Goodleaf Mother Goose Bookshop
(Community website) (Tree climbing adventures) (Excellent second-hand bookshop)


Food and Shopping
The Seaview Hotel or The Old Fort in Seaview are great for a meal or drink, and The Boathouse is a high quality restaurant about a mile along the coast towards Ryde.

Food can be ordered from The Real Island Food Company or Island Organics. Good food shopping is available in Bembridge, where there is a butcher, fishmonger, greengrocer, delicatessen, baker, health food shop and others. Lloyds TSB have a branch in Bembridge which is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (9.30am to 2.30pm) and Wednesday (10am to 2.30pm).

In tiny Seaview village you will find all the holiday essentials. There is a post office, chemist and a small handful of shops selling everything from flip flops to wetsuits and sailing gear, including an Aladdin's Cave for children with second hand books, good value art activities, buckets and spades, crabbing nets and postcards. There is a useful grocery store selling a wide range of food products, many sourced locally and, for the early bird, wonderful fresh bread and pastries. There is also a small delicatessen selling delicious bread, pates etc. A new shop, Made on the Isle of Wight, has recently opened near the flat and sells all manner of products sourced from the island.