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Dog Friends

Bringing Your Dog

Bringing Your Dog to the Isle of Wight 

The Seaview Hotel, as well as being perfect for your family is also the ideal place to bring your canine companion. Myrtle Cottage and four of the rooms are dog-friendly and treats for them come as standard!

The Isle of Wight is home to the most incredible, stunning and captivating landscapes, both along the coast as well as further inland on the many footpaths that criss-cross the downs and woodland. Of particular note is the Tennyson trail, an impressive and delightful 14-mile walk from the historic Carisbrooke Castle all the way to the Needles, one of the Isle of Wight's most iconic and famous landmarks. 

Click here to discover dog-friendly places to visit when you are staying with us click here.

Here are the Island's dog-friendly beaches:

West Wight

 

Alum Bay (dogs on leads)
Colwell Bay right of the slipway
Totland

East Wight

Bembridge Beach
Seagrove Beach
Priory Bay
Ryde Beach left of the pier
Whitecliff Bay
Yaverland left of the car park

South Wight 

 

Brook Bay (from Brook Chine to Hanover point at Compton)
Chilton Chine
Rocken End
Steephill Cove (dogs on leads
)

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