Elm Cottage is located in the small seaside town of Seaview on the Isle of Wight, complete with sea views.
Elm Cottage, Seaview
We stayed at Elm Cottage on the Isle of Wight via classic cottages.
From the outside, the cottage doesn’t look that big, and as soon as you open the door, you are greeted with stairs. However, you go up the stairs, and the cottage is massive. It’s basically the first floor of a large house.
We were impressed with this accommodation. It had a lot of character and was very bright and airy. Just what you need when staying at the seaside!
The town of Seaview lived up to its name, and you can see the Solent from the windows, watching the large ships and sailing yachts cruise by.
Just down the hill from the cottage is the Old Fort pub, where you can sit outside on the promenade with a drink. We found this place was very popular and you need to reserve tables to eat there.
A little bit further along the promenade on the western edge of Seaview is another pub we liked, the Boat House.
See our walking route to Ryde in the Nearby Places below.
We had an enjoyable stay at Elm Cottage. It gets the Thumbs Up from us.
On-street parking is available.
The Old Fort Pub at Seaview is about 200 yards away from Elm Cottage. Kids and dogs are welcome.