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Springvale Hotel & Restaurant
Seaview
Isle of Wight

PO34 5AN | View map

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An attractive Victorian character hotel overlooking the sea in a quiet hamlet on the edge of a pretty sailing village. Comfortable bedrooms all with bath, a snug bar with log fires and a sought after restaurant. Springvale is a country house hotel set at the side of the sea and is situated on the North East coast of the Island, overlooking The Solent.

The pretty sailing village of Seaview is but a short walk away and there are numerous places of interest within easy reach. You may be spoilt for choice, but you won't die of boredom. Conferences, Parties, Functions, Weddings: We organise small conferences for between 18 and 30 delegates. As a guide price, the delegate 24hour rate is 100 for bed & breakfast, buffet lunch, dinner, coffee and conference facilities.

As these requirements conflict with individual guest needs, the whole of the hotel is devoted to a conference when booked. The restaurant has 50 covers and is pleased to cater for the needs of organisations, business parties and private groups for dinners or functions. Smaller wedding parties are also accommodated and the garden & veranda and front terrace provide lovely settings for photographs.

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