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57 Salterns Beach Bungalow


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A traditional holiday bungalow situated just a stones throw from the beach mid way between Springvale and Seaview, in the popular East Wight. The village centre is within level walking distance and offers local shops, pubs, restaurants and yacht club. Adjacent to the complex is The Hersey Nature Reserve with wildlife pond and marshes. The accommodation includes an open plan living area and kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a shower room. The decked patio fronts a communal green and although no ball games are allowed here there is a separate area close by where children can run around and play. Car park on site (no parking on the grass)

Walk along the sea wall passing the long sandy beaches of Appley and Puckpool to the nearby Victorian town of Ryde, the second major town on the Island. At Puckpool there is a delightful park with children’s play ground and popular tea gardens with beach access; from here you can stroll along the wide promenade through to Ryde or dine ‘al fresco’ at the beachside cafe, The Dell or award winning beachside restaurant, The Boat House, whilst watching the boating activities in the Solent.



Open plan living room with two sofas, folding table and chairs and tv.  Sliding patio doors to front decking.  2 built in wardrobe/storage cupboards.  Wall mounted electric heater. 
Kitchen area with electric oven and hob, fitted storage units, microwave and fridge with freezer compartment. 
Shower Room with built in shower, wash basin and w.c. 
Bedroom with double bed and small chest of drawers. 
Bedroom with twin beds (2’6) and bedside table.


Electric oven and hob
Fridge with freezer compartment
Decked patio with picnic table
Car park on site (no parking on the grass)
Pillows & duvets on all beds – linen provided (Please bring your own towels)


No smoking
Pets Welcome - max one - please keep on lead and clean up
Images are taken of 58 Salterns Beach Bungalow. Both bungalows (57 and 58) mirror each other.

Seaview Village

Seaview sits to the eastern end of the town of Ryde, and is a unique village with extensive views across the sea and Solent.

Seaview has a reputation for being an upmarket resort, and as such is very popular with tourists. During the summer months the village becomes a busy centre for sailing and water sports.

There are some highly regarded places to eat in Seaview and the nearby area with a great variety of restaurants and gastro pubs offering a wonderful range of food and drink, as well as a café near Puckpool Park.

Frequent buses link the East Wight with both Ryde and Newport.

Ryde Town

Ryde is the largest town on the Isle of Wight, and with its prominent position along the seafront and hovercraft and passenger ferry links it is little wonder it is often referred to as “The Gateway to the Island”.

In addition to an expanse of sandy beaches which stretch right along the town, Ryde has a great selection of boutique shops, museums and galleries for you to visit along with lots of other things to see and do along its esplanade.

Ryde offers a great variety of things to do which will interest all ages, not least of which are the hovercraft and catamaran ferry from which you can travel to and from the mainland.

Hovertravel are the world’s oldest hovercraft operator and operate the last remaining hovercraft passenger service in Britain, whereas a trip on the Wightlink catamaran service will take you down Ryde’s recently restored early 19th century pier, which carries both vehicle traffic and train services.

Head along Ryde esplanade and you will encounter a number of great places for family entertainment, including the Superbowl and LaserQuest.

Further along there is a fun fair for young children and a very popular canoe lake which leads on to Ryde’s sandy beaches.

At low tide the sea goes out a long way making it a popular place for sports and outdoor activities, and a regular venue for beach soccer tournaments.


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Postcode for Sat Nav
PO34 5AJ