Seaview is a small Edwardian resort situated on the north-eastern edge of the Isle of Wight, ignoring the Solent. The town is preferred with tourists and also is 2 1/3 miles (3.8 km) from the town of Ryde, where most travelers reach the island by ferryboat or hovercraft. Together with Nettlestone, it creates a civil parish of Nettlestone and also Seaview. The High Street is perpendicular to the shore. On the seafront lies the Old Fort club, a drinking spot popular with both homeowners and summertime visitors. The Salterns Cottages used to house salt frying pan workers. One road is named Rope Walk because lengthy areas of rope for rigging ships were outlined there. The widely known Priory Bay is about a ten-minute stroll from the village. This stretch of beach can only be reached at low tide. It is filled with white sand as well as supplies outstanding swimming problems. Furthermore, Seagrove Bay, between the village and Priory Bay, is quite preferred. Some of the biggest houses in the area are along Pier Road as well as Bluett Avenue, as well as this is partly responsible for the label "millionaires methods". Additionally big duration residences, now mainly divided right into apartments, can be located in Ryde Road. In 1870, Augustus Gough-Calthorpe, sixth Baron Calthorpe, had a French Renaissance style house, Woodlands Vale, constructed by Samuel Sanders Teulon. The close-by Calthorpe Road is named after the family. Seaview has many vacation residences consisting of some with sea sights. This causes a seasonal variation in the task in the village - with numerous second-home proprietors seeing only in the summer months or vacation durations. There are 2 hotels, the Seaview Hotel and the Northbank Hotel. There is a pub, pizza location, cafe, stationery shop, pharmacologist, Post office, Neighborhood grocery store shop, Beauty Clinic, seaside apparel store, biltong shop and also an art gallery. No Man's Land Fort, previously part of the shore protections as well as now a deluxe residence, is visible in the Solent one mile from Seaview. Public transportation is readily available on Southern Vectis bus course 8, which operates in between Ryde, Bembridge, Sandown and Newport. St. Peter's Church the village's Church of England church built in 1859.