- Swimming pool
- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
7 Customer Review(s)
“House was clean and spacious and well equipped.”
Very comfortable. Pool was very good. Location was great with a walk down the garden or drive, cross the small road and you are on the beach.- Mr Hunter, September 2020
“A lovely holiday home for the week!”
Nice and spacious. Well equipped and nicely decorated. We enjoyed spotting all the celebs in the pictures. If the bathroom towels had been bigger it would have been perfect! So I would recommend taking your own. But still a great place to see the island from!- Miss Dancey, August 2020
“The location of the property is incredible, 2 mins down the private driveway to the beach.”
Right in between Seaview and puckpool, close to pubs and a 7min drive to Tesco. Lebrel lodge is the end of terrace of a very grand gated house, the pool and gardens are great. And the house is stunning. The lodge is unfortunately really shabby, in need of a refurbishment. Our main issue was the cleanliness, we had to check in at 5pm so the cleaning team could meet the standards for covid. However the standards didn’t even meet basic expectations! Black mould on high hair and in cups, filthy carpet and sofa. Stained mattresses, thick dust on skirting, fusty smell. And the Windows looked like they hadn’t been cleaned in years. Spiders and cobwebs in every corner. The patio was filthy and needed jetwashing, garden weeds and general maintenance needed. We spent 4 hours cleaning ourselves, to to be able to unpack. I informed John the owner and he said he was surprised at our feedback and photos of the filthy cloths. I had to go to Tesco to buy my son a high hair, toilet cleaner, antibacterial wipes, shake n vac for the carpets. The house was cleaner when we departed. A real shame as could be an incredible holiday let. We were told by neighbors that’s it’s a private property and that the other residents aren’t happy that it’s being rented out. The owner John was there the day we arrived, so obviously saw the state of the house. Shame there wasn’t any pride in him to showcase his house in the right way.- Mrs Delaney, August 2020
The other feedback you provided during your stay was to send me a picture of 2 small feathers on the sofa which had obviously come out of one of the cushions â€“ this does happen, and I will ask my housekeeper to keep an eye out in future. Had you looked under the sink you would have found ample cleaning supplies to save you the trip to Tesco. Once my housekeepers had finished cleaning the house, I inspected the property and took some photos as I do each week, in the very unlikely event that feedback is needed for our housekeeping team. The house was in fact in its usual clean and tidy condition as my housekeepers take great pride in their work. I can't guarantee that we didn't miss a cobweb somewhere, but to say there are 'spiders and cobwebs in every corner' is just untrue as are the comments about dust and the carpets etc. The carpets are not new, but they were professionally cleaned during lockdown. You are correct it is a private property, my winter home actually, but quoting comments from neighbours about 'other residents' approval or not of mine being rented out is completely irrelevant to an objective review which this is clearly not. Had you reported any cleanliness issues at the time I would have of course asked my housekeepers to return to make amends, but I am sure you appreciate that I can do little about unsubstantiated and false claims made after you have left the property. Sykes owner relations
“The property would benefit from a washing line/second air dryer as trying to get 8 towels/swimming costumes dry without proved very difficult.”
With the current restrictions, the pool booking system needs some attention as you could only book for one hour a day and, as the residents were not booking it, it sat empty for most of the time. Implementing a system where by you can book extra slots if no one else has booked by, say, 8pm the night before, would allow for greater use of the facilities (the pool was the main reason we booked and we only got to use it for 6hours). If we had known that the system was this limiting, we would have cancelled. This was the only negative.- Mrs Candler, July 2020
“In need of some maintenance - tap dripping in kitchen, we had to fix the lock on the front door, but generally very nice.”
The house was FREEZING when we arrive - almost that no-one had been there for many weeks. Best part was the red squirrels in the grounds and location was excellent.- Ms Cronin, October 2019
“Beautiful, peaceful surroundings.”
A lovely place to unwind.- Mrs Cole, September 2019
“We loved the house.”
It is large and very good layout. Gated entry with a lovely large garden. Everything was included with lots of crockery so no problem when the dishwasher was full. The sea was just outside the gate so lovely walks along the beach. We would certainly return!- Mr Venner, April 2019
Lebrel Lodge offers a stylish home in the village of Seaview, only a few hundred yards from the main beach, inviting restaurants and local pub.
Glamorously decorated with an immaculate interior, this end-terrace cottage is a beautiful place to stay, perfect for families or friends wishing to uncover the best of a relaxing seaside destination.
Engulfed by secure 8-acre grounds for the children, beaches and water sports for the teenagers and secluded garden seats for the grown ups, what more could you ask for?
The lounge/diner is home to a corner sofa, a dining table for eight people, and a feature fireplace to really set the mood.
French doors open up to the lovely enclosed garden, should you wish to stroll into the sunshine.
There is a delightful kitchen nearby, complete to a standard of quality, with marble-effect granite counter tops and a collection of appliances; a lovely place to prepare breakfast in the early hours or dinner in the evening.
The ground floor is finished with a cloakroom.
Upstairs, four bedrooms are excellently designed, comprising a king-size with en-suite, two twin rooms, and a double.
The bathroom boasts a bath and a handheld shower, so you can get ready at ease during your stay.
Enjoy an eventful afternoon in the village and beyond; perhaps commence with a swim in the shared heated swimming pool or a game on the tennis court.
This seaside resort boasts views out across the Solent, golden sandy beaches, a sailing club, boutique shops and many popular restaurants and pubs, such as The Seaview Hotel and The Old Fort.
On the coastal footpath towards Ryde just off Springvale is Puckpool Park, which has cafes and other amenities, an old Victorian Fortification Battery, now with tennis courts, mini-golf and a children’s play area set within its pretty gardens.
In the summer, locals and tourists take part in the famous Seaview Regatta, competing in many traditional activities, with races on the beach at Seagrove Bay.
Walking and birdwatching opportunities can be found at the Hersey Local Natural Reserve at Seaview Duver.
Here you can see divers, ducks, grebes and gulls!
All you need for a memorable getaway.
- Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 2 x twin
- Bathroom with bath, handheld shower, basin and WC
- Cloakroom with basin and WC
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, hair dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, CD player/radio/SoundTouch, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Towels, fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen inc. in rent
- Highchair, stairgate, travel cot - bed linen not provided
- Off-road parking for 2 cars
- Enclosed lawned garden
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 0.5 miles and pub 300 metres, seafront and beach 20 metres away
- Note: Shared heated swimming pool - open May - October, and tennis courts
- Note: Please bring your own toiletries and beach towels
- Note: The electronic door to the garage opens and closes quickly so please be careful
- No children in the garage please.
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About the location
Ryde 2.6 miles.
Seaview is a small Edwardian seaside village on the north eastern shores of the Isle of Wight, only a 15 minute drive from the superb transport links of Ryde. Seaview is one of the South of England’s most famous holiday destinations, with a reputation of being an upmarket resort. This lovely seaside resort has stunning views out across the Solent, gorgeous golden sandy beaches, a sailing club, boutique shops and many popular restaurants and pubs, such as The Seaview Hotel and The Old Fort. On the coastal footpath towards Ryde just off Springvale is Puckpool Park, an old Victorian Fortification Battery, now with tennis courts, mini-golf and a children’s play area set within its pretty gardens. In the summer, locals and tourists take part in the famous Seaview Regatta, competing in many traditional activities, with races on the beach at Seagrove Bay, rowing in the village’s own unique boats, tug of war, the greasy pole and diving, all concluded at the end of the week with a magnificent firework display. As well as being a coastal village the nearby countryside at Seaview’s Duver is a nature reserve, with frequent visits from the beautiful red squirrel, as well as having an incredible array of bird life. A wonderful Isle of Wight base.
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