At the heart of the picturesque sailing village of Seaview lies The Seaview Hotel which has evolved over time to appeal to many different people including couples looking for a chic coastal getaway, discerning foodies, families in search of a carefree holiday and those in need of a good, honest pint. This unique combination makes the Seaview Hotel stand out as one of the best hotels on the Isle of Wight.
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The Seaview Hotel boasts a wide range of accommodation even including an old bank.
Standard Hotel Room
All standard rooms provide you with comfortable beds, white linen, fluffy towels, flat screen television and DVD/CD player
Superior Hotel Room
Our superior rooms provide you with comfortable beds, crisp white linen, fluffy towels, slippers, bathrobes, quality toiletries, flat screen TV with DVD/CD.
The Hotel Apartment
A spacious suite with two comfortable double bedrooms, one single room with bunk beds and a sitting room
These rooms have been designed by Keech Green. Luxurious fabrics in neutral colours impart a feeling of relaxing calm. Effortlessly stylish, these superior rooms epitomise understated glamour, striking a perfect balance between classic and contemporary.
The Old Bank
The Vault Suite
Sleeps up to 4 persons
This ground floor suite with garden is the former banking hall of the old Lloyd’s Bank which was once voted the prettiest bank in England. The suite comprises an open plan lounge and dining area separated by the original banking counter, a master bedroom which was once the bank manager’s office and a bunk bedroom in the vault itself. The suite has a shower room (no bath).
The Jasmine Suite
Sleeps up to 2 persons
Located on the first floor of the Old Bank Building this suite comprises a large bathroom with separate walk-in shower, a master bedroom and a small sitting room overlooking an ornamental garden. Below the sitting room window cascades of jasmine hang down giving this charming suite its name.
The Brian Gardener Suite
Sleeps up to 8 persons
This split level suite is named after the former owner of the Hotel. This suite has four double bedrooms and a spacious drawing room with views down to the Solent. Please note that this suite has only one bathroom with bath and shower.
The Newclose Suite
Sleeps up to 5 persons
Entrance to this delightful suite is via French doors from the ornamental garden. There is a large open plan bedroom and sitting room, a second bedroom with a double and single bed and a large walk-in shower room (no bath).
The Methuen Room
Sleeps up to 2
Enter the Methuen room through French doors. This attractive room is bright and has a private patio. The en-suite bathroom has a small walk-in shower as well as a bath.
Hidden away to the side of The Seaview Hotel is Myrtle Cottage, a two-hundred-year-old fisherman’s cottage that is now self-catering accommodation. The cottage sleeps 4 and has an open plan ground floor with fully equipped kitchen, dining area and sitting room. There are two twin bedrooms upstairs
Seaview Hotel Restaurant
The Restaurant is ‘A class act’ The Times
Good food coupled with relaxed informal dining is at the heart of the Seaview Hotel. We try to keep our food offering as ‘local’ as possible and work with a multitude of island suppliers.
For the third consecutive year, the Restaurant has been awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand for creative, affordable food – on average 3 courses are £28. There’s a focus on fish and seafood with a good choice of meat and vegetarian options.
The Pump Bar
An endearing and unusual feature of the Seaview is the Pump Bar – a traditional pub, decorated with seafaring paraphernalia, located at the heart of the hotel.
The Naval Bar
Modelled on a naval wardroom, officer’s mess-cabin, the Naval Bar is home to a magnificent collection of naval pictures, photographs and artefacts