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Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms

  • Off-street Parking
  • Walking distance of shops
  • Walking distance of beach
  • Sea View
  • BBQ
  • Garden Furniture
  • Television
  • DVD Player
  • Washing Machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Cot/Travel Cot
  • High Chair
  • Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Children Friendly

This beautifully upgraded family seaside villa has been tastefully decorated throughout and benefits from off road parking and lovely outside seating/eating areas. Located right on Sandown seafront, overlooking the bay, it features uninterrupted beach & sea views from the master bedroom.

Seagulls is positioned within easy walking distance of the town centre, with close proximity to beach-side cafes such as The Bandstand Café/Restaurant overlooking stunning Sandown Bay & the Sundial Café situated right on the beach. Seagulls will appeal to both families & groups of friends alike wishing to holiday together.

Sandown is the perfect place to enjoy a traditional seaside holiday, the magnificent sandy beach with safe waters and pier offering cafes, bars and all-weather amusements.

Broad seafront promenades are within easy reach of the town centre, with shops, pubs, restaurants and The Heights leisure centre with indoor swimming pool, sauna and gymnasium. At the far end of the bay you can find windsurfing & sailing at Yaverland. From here a footpath leads to Culver Down, with its panoramic views over the bay.

The two mile coastal walk between Sandown & Shanklin is a popular attraction; choose from the undulating coastal path or the sea wall promenade. Along the way is the village of Lake, with its quiet sandy beach and water sport centre.

Just a short walk from the property you’ll find Dinosaur Isle with life size models and the Isle of Wight Zoo famous for its Tiger Sanctuary. There is also an 18 hole pitch & putt golf course and a smaller putting green. Sandown train station links you to Shanklin and the other beach resort of Ryde.


Porch entrance to the left hand side of property.

Downstairs WC, Wash hand basin and Washing Machine.

Kitchen open plan to dining area and lounge. 

Kitchen: Dishwasher, Under-counter fridge, separate under-counter freezer, Electric oven and hob, microwave, kettle, toaster, iron and vacuum cleaner.

Dining/Lounge: Dining table with seating for 8, ipod docking station for iphone 5, 2 double sofas, 2 x easy chairs, 40 inch TV with Freeview and built in DVD, Wi-Fi Router, gas fire, coffee table.

Downstairs Shower Room with large double built-in shower, WC and wash hand basin.

Bedroom 1: Downstairs King size bedroom with walk in wardrobe. 

Downstairs TV room (next to King size bedroom), with sofa that converts to a double bed (hire charge applicable for use as a bed) - 32 inch TV with built-in DVD player.

Staircase up to first floor

Bedroom 2: Master Bedroom with King size bed and uninterrupted stunning sea views, wardrobe, bedside tables and lamps, chest of drawers.

Bedroom 3: King size bedroom with side-sea views, wardrobe, chest of drawers.

Bedroom 4: Twin bedroom with chest of drawers, bedside table and lamp.

Family bathroom, with built-in shower over bath, WC and wash hand basin.

Large outside patio area with garden furniture to accommodate up to 10
Charcoal BBQ.

2 private parking spaces (suitable for 2 average size cars)


Gas Central Heating
Built in Electric oven/ hob
Under-counter Fridge
Separate under-counter Freezer
Washing machine
Television & DVD player 
Travel cot
High chair
Garden furniture with charcoal BBQ
Free Wi-Fi

Duvets and pillows on all beds, Bed linen & Towels provided. Please bring own beach towels.


No smoking
Sorry, no pets
Sofa bed linen supplied on request

Sandown Town

Sits on the south coast of the Isle of Wight, sheltered in a beautiful bay, and is famed for its long stretches of golden sandy beach and the traditional British seafront and pier.

This popular resort also has a great selection of attractions, including an animal sanctuary housed in an old fort and a purpose built interactive dinosaur museum.

Sandown beach has previously won 'Beach of the Year' in the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards. They called it a "traditional bucket and spade beach on the east coast of the island with miles of golden sand, pier and eclectic seafront – and just a short walk to peace, fossil-rich cliffs and stunning coastal wildlife.".

You can relax and spend quality time strolling along Sandown Beach followed by an ice cream or refreshments at one of the licenced beach cafes.

The main town beach stretches all the way along the esplanade where it meets with Yaverland Beach, which is regarded as one of the Isle of Wight’s best beaches.

Yaverland is very popular for water sports, and there are a number of local water sports centres from which you can test your skills at windsurfing, kayaking or many other activities.

With one of the highest concentrations of dinosaur fossils anywhere in the world, the Isle of Wight has been dubbed "Dinosaur Island".

The area around Sandown Bay is a fun place for fossil hunting, so with a keen eye you could be leaving with a very special, very old souvenir.

You can also visit the dinosaur museum to explore more of the Isle of Wight’s dinosaur history.

One of the town’s most well-known attractions is Sandown Pier, with its range of traditional amusements and arcade games, with bowling, crazy golf and cafes to keep adults and children entertained for hours.

Further along the seafront the The Wildheart Sanctuary, previously known as the Isle of Wight Zoo and Sandown Zoo, is one of the Island’s leading animal attractions, with everything from Lions and Tigers to Meerkats and Monkeys, and a short distance outside of Sandown town is Amazon World which also has a wide range of animals.

Being a traditional British seaside destination there is no shortage of places to grab an ice cream and snacks along the seafront in Sandown, but there is also plenty of choice for places to eat elsewhere in the town.

There are some good pubs and restaurants selling a range of different cuisines, and if you travel just outside of the town there are also a number of highly respected eateries, such as the Garlic Farm Cafe at Newchurch

Sandown hosts one of the oldest carnivals which dates back to 1889, and it is also one of the most well-known on the Isle of Wight.

With day processions and an illuminated evening event the Sandown carnival usually takes place during the months of July and August.

With its rich dinosaur and fossil hunting territories there are also a number of Fossil Hunts taking place regularly at Sandown.

Sandown has excellent bus and train services and makes an excellent base for a visit to the Isle of Wight.

Bus services can take you either northwards to Brading and Ryde, south to Shanklin and Ventnor, or across the Island to Godshill, Newport and Cowes, whilst the Island Line train services run to the neighbouring town of Shanklin or North to Ryde where they connect with passenger ferry services to Portsmouth.

Hop on board the all new "Sandhopper" bus service which will be operating from April to October linking passengers from Sandown train station through to the town, the beach and all the attractions.

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