Seaview, Isle of Wight – Bonny Blink Cottage

A superb five bedroom beachfront house with breathtaking panoramic sea views from its major rooms over Seaview, as well as a decked patio and a beautiful garden. A short walk across the lawn takes you straight to the sand and down to the sea, where you can enjoy swimming, beach sports, and boating; there’s even room for a yacht to be privately anchored.

This home is just gorgeous in the beautiful village of Seaview. The main door enters into a big corridor that leads to a central day room where visitors can relax and enjoy far-reaching sea views through the area’s large windows – the views are so stunning that you’ll have a hard time leaving.

Three sets of French doors can be opened onto an extremely lovely decked area where you can enjoy meals outdoors during the warmer months. The kitchen features elegant, handcrafted oak cabinets and is outfitted with two electric ovens, a gas stove, microwave, dishwasher, and a television. A huge fridge/freezer, washing machine, and tumble dryer are all located in the adjacent utility room. Inside the property, there is an open-plan dining space with stunning sea views.

The lounge is tastefully decorated with comfy sofas and chairs with bright splashes of colour, as well as a wide bay window with a window seat from which to view the passing yachts and boats for hours. An open fire creates a nice focal point for the area, and there’s also a TV/DVD player.

A wonderful king-size bedroom with an en-suite shower room with shower and WC is located on the ground floor. There are four large bedrooms on the first floor, two doubles and two twins. The master bedroom features a super king-size bed, a TV, and an en-suite bathroom with a bath, separate shower, and a WC. The second bedroom has a king-size bed and oak wardrobes. A second bathroom with a shower and WC is located on this floor.

At this property, the garden overlooking the beach in Seaview is the cherry on top. It includes a large decked area where tourists may rest and take in the breathtaking scenery. There is an outdoor table and seats, as well as a BBQ and reclining chairs for sunbathing. Steps lead down to a grass, then down to a gravel walkway, and then down to the ocean through steps. The options are endless: relax and read, sit and observe, run around and play, swim or boat. At the front of the property, there is also off-road parking for two cars.

Sorry, no pets.


Seaview Village

Seaview is a distinctive community with magnificent views across the sea and the Solent, located at the eastern end of the town of Ryde.

Seaview has a reputation for being a high-end resort, and as a result, it is quite popular with visitors. During the summer, the village becomes a popular sailing and watersports destination.

Things To Do in Seaview

While Seaview can be quiet during the winter, the village comes alive as the season progresses, and there are plenty of activities to do in the area. Seaview’s reputation as an Edwardian resort was based on its spectacular sea views and beautiful sandy beaches, which remain two of the resort’s most valuable assets.

Springvale Beach has some of the best views of the Solent, with views clear across to Portsmouth and the Spinnaker Tower, as well as the famed Solent forts. Puckpool Park, which is situated within an old Victorian Fortification Battery and contains tennis courts, mini-golf, and a children’s play area as part of its lovely grounds, is located to the rear of Springvale. Seaview Beach is a great place to launch boats and activities, and it also has a yacht club right in front of it.

The hamlet, which is just behind us, has a number of boutique-style shops, some of which are only open for a limited time. Seagrove Beach, located further down the coast, is the area’s most popular beach, with gently sloping golden beaches ideal for swimming and other sports while the tide is out. The sea wall at the back of the beach is popular for hikes to Priory Bay Beach, which boasts even more spectacular vistas and shallow sands.

Places To Eat in Seaview

In Seaview and the surrounding neighbourhood, there are a number of highly respected restaurants and gastro pubs serving a wide choice of food and drink, as well as a café near Puckpool Park.

Getting Around Seaview

Buses run frequently between the East Wight and Ryde and Newport.