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Welcome to Seahaven House

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Whether your interest lies in sports, heritage, nature, walking, surfing,  or just enjoying the surroundings, the Isle of Wight has something for everyone. Ryde is the unofficial capital of the island - and gateway to more than 20 miles of woodland, beaches, historic buildings and famous ruins.

Repeat visitors to the 'south island' bask in the sought-after micro climate which provides warm water swimming in summer and DRAMATIC scenes during the off-season. Storm watchers can witness the waves crash into the harbour wall...while the brave can try their hand at bass fishing from the  rocks.

Or you can  watch the comings and going from the oldest pier in the UK - all from the comfort of Seahaven House.

And with Carisbrook Castle, Osborne House, Alum Bay, Quarr Abbey and the famous 'Needles' all within a short journey, you'll never wonder what to do when visiting Ryde.

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Opposite Ryde Pier on the beautiful Isle of Wight, Seahaven House is ideally located for a last-minute family break or a romantic getaway in the heart of town.


This traditional Victorian Guest House enjoys stunning sea views, while it's position just yards from Ryde's golden beaches entices guests to return year after year.


The property has a mix of old and new with all bedrooms enjoying ensuite shower rooms as well as tea/coffee facilities,  Freeview television and complimentary Wi-Fi access.


Seahaven is a gentle 5-minute walk from the hovercraft and catamaran foot passenger services whilst remaining easily accessable for all car ferries to the island.


Bars, restaurants, pubs and shops of Ryde are just a 200-metre walk away ensuring the perfect position for a short or long stay on the island.


Guests enjoy glorious sea and pier views from all front-facing rooms as well as from the tastefully-decorated Breakfast room.


Bring your binoculars and watch the world come to life - and marvel at the stream of cruise ships that pass our windows.


Or just relax with a good book in the sympathetically restored Guest Lounge.


And, if you have the energy to walk off out famous Seahaven breakfast, there are 18 miles of award-winning beaches to explore...starting on our doorstep.

"...We love coming back every year because its friendly, comfortable and a great base to explore the island. Oh, and because they do a fab breakfast!..." Neil & Tania Britton, Chepstow

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                              View from guest bedroom