Welcome to Seahorses!
Seahorses is a holiday destination with a difference! We are an established four-star Bed and Breakfast with our own Art Studio. Seahorses Holiday Guest House opened in 1999, offering a warm and friendly 'home base' from which to explore the local landscapes and attractions of the rural West Wight. Freshwater is near the ferry port and yacht harbour at Yarmouth. We welcome all holiday visitors, and are a member of both the Isle of Wight Tourist Board and EnjoyEngland.com and pets are Welcome .
Low Season November to December 21st: £37 per person, per night.
Mid Season March 21st to June 30th, September and October: £38 per person, per night.
High Season July and August, December 21st to January 2nd: £39 per person, per night.
Family room discounts can be organised by arrangement.
Period discounts available on stays of a week and over, please enquire.
SELF-CATERING (Studio Cottage)* Tariffs range from £290 to £735 per week depending on the time of year.
3 and 4 night breaks are also available. Please enquire via the Booking Form and mention "self-catering" or please phone direct on: +44(0)1983 752 574
Payment Method Credit Card, Debit card, bank transfer, cheque or cash on arrival. 10% deposit required on all bookings.
* The self-catering cottage is not star-rated by the Enjoy England organisation.
Self-catering Studio Cottage
Seahorses is able to offer our holiday makers an attractive self-catering cottage. The cottage has been built as a stable conversion, and has two bedrooms (one double and a twin) plus a study/bedroom. The kitchen/dining/sitting room is open plan and looks out onto a small lawn and orchard. Studio Cottage is situated next to Seahorses Art Studio, and so is perfect for residential Art Courses. The lovely two and a half-acre garden of Seahorses B&B is also available to all self-catering guests.
If you would like more information or would like to check availability for the Studio Cottage please use our booking enquiry form.
Seahorses is a part of The Lantern Community; a charity offering, amongst other things, residential, training and recreational opportunities for adults with learning disabilities. The B&B and self-catering facilities creates an enterprise which assists in supporting the aims of the Charity.
Over the years we have had many new and repeat visitors representing a wide variety of holiday makers; bird-watchers, golfers, walkers, cyclists, para-gliders, artists and crafts people to name but a few. We are used to family units, large groups with, say, a mini-bus, couples and of course, the individual holiday maker. Our secure car park is big enough for large touring vans, motor-homes or caravans to park and turn.
Nearby are a wide range of local facilities, such as supermarkets, a garden centre, small village shops, pubs, cafés, health centre, gymnasium and swimming pool, all within ten minutes walk. Freshwater Bay can be reached by a charming public footpath which crosses our garden; taking about fifteen minutes walk, or a few minutes by car. Within ten minutes car journey from Seahorses can be found a huge variety of natural features; chalk cliffs, downland, beaches, bays, harbours, salt estuaries, farms and woodland. This landscape offers so much to both the naturalist and to those more inclined to active outdoor sports.
We hope this web-site will help you gain an idea of what Seahorses has to offer. Don't forget, if you are a family with small children we have a large two and a half acre garden to play in, and an Art Studio to be creative in (by arrangement with Boris, our resident artist); some families come at half-terms for this reason. In addition to the above, we offer Art & Craft Courses and facilities.
If after looking through this site you still have questions, please do not hesitate to e-mail or phone us, asking for Brenda or Boris (e-mail tends to be more reliable due to the possibility of both of us working in the garden when the weather is fine!) Whenever possible, we grow our own fruit & vegetables organically for our guests to enjoy.
Why not make a booking enquiry today?