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Seaview Hotel & Restaurant
The High Street
Isle of Wight

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Set within the oasis of calm that is the village of Seaview the Hotel offers twenty-four bedrooms each with their own unique style, design and finish. Each one has that touch of luxury and individuality you would expect to enjoy from the original boutique Hotel by the sea. Keech and Green, previously of Ralph Lauren, have recently been voted into the Top 100 of Interior Designers in the UK and have refurbished the existing bedrooms during Spring 2007 and designed seven brand new rooms which opened in July, 2007.

Why not spoil yourself and upgrade to one of our havens of luxury during your stay? Maybe one of our romantic Four Poster bedrooms or perhaps even one of our superb Gold rooms. Our famous Apartment Suite offers space, tranquility and a stunning view of The Solent. Finally our newly built Seaview Modern rooms set new standards of comfort, taste and design - where modern meets traditional. All of our rooms are complete with comfortable beds, crisp white linen, slippers, bathrobes, intimate lighting, flat screen television and DVD/CD player and satellite channels.

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