A warm, friendly welcome awaits you at the Seahaven, a family-run business that offers dramatic sea-views and is ideally placed for Ryde s pubs, restaurants, bars and shops. Seahaven House is a traditional old Victorian building which faces Ryde Pier and has views directly across the sea and Western Beach. The property is perfectly situated for guests arriving via all means of travel, being a two-minute stroll from foot-ferry services and a short ten-minute drive from car-passenger ferries. James and Cheryl operate the business all year round and will do all they can to accommodate special requests. Set in a wonderful location, and with plenty to do, Seahaven is renowned for its guests returning year after year.however, the owners refuse to believe the rumours that the only reason for this is to see their dopey (yet extremely friendly!) bulldog Barney who can sometimes be glimpsed sun-bathing.when not asleep! All of our rooms have WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS and are en-suite with colour television, tea and coffee facilities and central heating. Most of the rooms also enjoy sea views but you must request one when booking so as not to be disappointed! We also offer a sumptious breakfast in our recently refurbed sea-view dining room. and will happily bring out extra tea and toast to those who shout the loudest! Walkers and bird-watchers often stay at the hotel to take advantage of the scenery, whilst golfers, sailing teams and water-sport enthusiasts return time and again - as do couples who wish to enjoy romantic breaks on this wonderful part of the island. With a choice of pubs and restaurants, all within two minutes walking distance of the hotel, we hope to offer something for everyone when you stay here with us at Seahaven. James & Cheryl (and Barney)
Good value for money and very convenient location for a flying visit
Good location, excellent breakfast, friendly people
Staff very kind. Room clean. Position Great.
Friendly staff, cleanliness, effort made to give me a gluten free breakfast. Location
Shower a little slow and week, and not very warm