3 bedroomed cottage to sleep 6 in the charming seaside village of Seaview
Tim & Frances Burton
About Tim & Frances Burton
I'm a retired lawyer, now a writer, who has been coming to Seaview since the early 1960s. My parents met when they were on holiday in Shanklin and my wife, Frances, went to school in Ryde. So the Island has always been a special place for us.
Tim & Frances Burton purchased this Cottage in 2001
Why Tim & Frances Burton chose Seaview
When our children were growing up, High Tide was perfect: it's a short, safe walk to the beach, the rec and the village. It is equally attractive now it is just Frances and me. From our peaceful terrace, with a cool glass of local white wine, we watch the yachts and ships go by on the Solent - and look forward to introducing grandchildren to High Tide and the Island.
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A great holiday
Lovely spacious house in an excellent location
Lovely week at Seaview
Excellent location with great views of the Solent. A comfortable and well equipped property with very versatile accommodation.
We loved the amazing views from the house watching all the activity on the water. The house was a really good size - much bigger than the photos suggested. And we really liked Seaview - a part of the island we hadn't visited before.
Very comfortable, loads of space and fabulous views.
Fantastic house with lovely view.
The house was superbly suited with everything we needed for our stay. The conservatory, patio and garden offer views over the Solent to Portsmouth. Our grandsons loved the beach at Seagrove Bay which is only a short walk away and is ideal for crabbing, rock-pooling and bathing.
Truly fantastic stay
We loved our stay in the cottage it is beautiful and we had a lovely bottle of wine left for us and the cottage is well equipped
Would highly recommend fantastic garden and seaveiw itself is so lovely
Seaview is renowned for sailing. As well as a leading yacht club, the village has a number of public slipways, which makes it an ideal location for messing about in boats. The village is also a centre for other water sports including windsurfing, water skiing and fishing.
The beaches at Seaview are perfect for a traditional seaside holiday. There is sand for building castles, rocks from which to go crabbing and, at low tide, rock pools for shrimping. Priory Bay, possibly the best beach on the Island, is just a 15 minute walk away from ‘High Tide’, along a peaceful footpath.
In recent years, the Island has attracted avid foodies. It has everything from fine dining to beach cafes, many featuring locally produced meat, fish, vegetables, cheeses and wines. The nearest award winning establishment, The Seaview Hotel and Restaurant, is just a short stroll away from ‘High Tide’.