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Calling all cycling enthusiasts!

Join the Isle of Wight Randonee 2018

Take part in the Isle of Wight Randonnee this May Bank Holiday,
with specially priced accommodation for all our cyclists here at Seaview Holidays.


The Isle of Wight Randonnee is a free-entry coastline Island cycle, commencing Sunday 6th May, 2018.

This event invites cyclists from all over the world to take part a non-competitive cycling experience, and boasts an average of over 3,000 cyclists every year. The serenity of cycling the Isle of Wight can’t be beat, with the warm sun, the sea air, and winding roads that go through the woods and along the Wight coast and cliffs. It will be a cycling trip to remember!

You can choose from 2 routes, as pictured below: either the 100km or 55km.
Both capture the astonishing views and atmosphere the Island holds.



Seaview Holidays can supply safe storage for your Bicycles, as you enjoy the other unique events the Island has to offer. Whether you’re in for a night of jazz music or would simply like to have a bistro lunch out at a neighbouring restaurant, you can rest easy knowing your equipment is kept secure.

We offer 3, 4 and 7 night stays in our premier 2, 3 or 4 Bedroom Properties.
See our accommodation, located in our Galleries, here:

You can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at our on-site Café Blue, or have a bistro meal at the local Boat House Inn of Distinction, overlooking the Solent.

So what are you waiting for? Register your free entry to the Randonnee, with your friends or family, and contact us for your exclusively discounted accommodation at Seaview Holidays!

Call 01983 612330 should you require further information, where a member of our helpful Customer Service Team will be happy to help.

Randonnee Registration:



The Seaview Regatta

The annual Seaview Regatta is one of the most enjoyable times of the year here, and involves a remarkable series of events: you do not need to be a sailing fan to enjoy or participate. There are shore sports for children, swimming and diving events for every age, and, perhaps the most ridiculous event ever invented, 'the Greasy Pole.' The winner is the person, usually in fancy dress, who can walk or slide the furthest along a pole suspended from the yacht club slipway!

Rowing races in the village's own unique boats, a tug of war competition, a hog roast on the side... What more could you want from a sunny summer's day?

Perhaps you'd like to enter the Rescue Race! The first participant rows out from the beach whilst their partner swims towards them from a boat offshore. One the swimmer gets into the boat, they both row ashore, and the winner is the one to kiss the Regatta President first. There are usually about 30 or so competitors. This event is always a laugh!

If you want to compete - and hundreds do every year - for some pretty hefty cash prizes and cups, just pay the small entry fee (see We will show you what to do.

The week finishes with the most fabulous fireworks display outside of Cowes Week, bringing people from all over the Island to enjoy this extravaganza.



Outstanding Natural Beauty

The Isle of Wight is rightly designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has two stretches of Heritage Coast. With this picturesque blend of beautiful beaches and rolling countryside, it really is the destination to suit everyone, all year round. For more information on what the Island has to offer, visit

Events All Year Round

There's something to do all year round on the Isle of Wight, here is a list of just a few of the events that take place every year:

Acoustic Isle 

Walk the Wight 

Yarmouth Old Gaffers Festival 

Isle of Wight Music Festival 

Festival of the Sea  

Round the Island Yacht Race 

Cowes Week 

Ventnor Fringe 

Isle of Wight Arts Festival 

Seaview Festival 

Isle of Wight Scooter Rally 



Music Festivals

Isle of Wight Music Festival 

The Isle of Wight was the location for many classic music festivals and events in the 1960's, and the resurgent Festival continues to attract more headline acts and music fans each year. The 2016 line-up is yet to be announced, latest information can be found at.

Jack Up The 80s

Britain’s most reasonably priced greatest hits festival and the ultimate family-friendly event of the Summer! Relive the good times of Frankie Says and Choose Life t-shirts, florescent headbands, leg warmers, legendary blockbuster movies and of course great music with acts like Paul Young, Five Star, Leo Sayer, Bad Manners, Nathan Moore and Bruce Foxton From The Jam, plus many, many more.


Sport & Leisure

Here are just a few of the closest sports & leisure venues, please see for a comprehensive list of events and venues.

Sailing & Powerboating

Sea View Yacht Club has a nationally recognised Royal Yacht Association training qualification. If a guest wishes to learn to sail, hire a dinghy, or even get a powerboat qualification, they can help. Contact Sea View Yacht Club on 01983 613268 or visit Reception for further details.

Health & Fitness

Isle of Wight Sports Club is right here in Seaview and just a short walk away. For a small fee you can enjoy an indoor pool, tennis, and health & fitness centre. Telephone 01983 613108 /


Westridge Golf Centre is a 10 minute drive and is an excellent driving range. It's a generally forgiving 9 hole course which is ideal for the more occasional player. Telephone 01983 613131 /

Ryde Golf Club is also just 10 minutes away and is a well-established 9 holes over some rolling countryside with great sea views. Telephone 01983 614809 /


Puckpool Park has two courts and is just a short walk along The Duver. Telephone 01983 615766 /

The Priory Bay Hotel has two courts and is a five minute drive from the village. Telephone 01983 613146 /


Ryde Waterside pool is open all year round and is 25m long with a retractable roof. It is situated next to Ryde beach and is convenient for the town's shops, bars and restaurants. Telephone 01983 563656 /


The Isle of Wight is famed for its network of bridleways and cycle tracks and, as the Island roads are generally quiet, exploration is recommended. Sustrans recommend Route 23. You can rent bikes at TAV Cycles in Ryde. Telephone 01983 812989 /



Osborne House

Queen Victoria's favourite home on the edge of East Cowes is only 25 minutes way by car and is a jewel in the Isle of Wight's history. The royal beach is now open during high season and they have a delightful 9 hole golf course running through the grounds too.

Carisbrooke Castle

Imposingly situated on the road overlooking Newport, and only 35 minutes drive away, Carisbrooke Castle has seen 900 years of history including siege by the French, the Spanish Armada and the imprisonment of King Charles I.


Booking Hotline: +44 (0) 1983 612330 Monday - Saturday 9am - 6pm


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