Nordic Walk Around Seaview & St Helens - 4th May 2017
Isle Of Wight
Tel: 07779 616189 / 01983 810932
Donation to Breathe Easy Isle of Wight
Walk description: A low tide beach walk across Seagrove and Priory Bay and onto St Helens village. The walk takes in Park Farm, Nettlestone, and Fairy Hill returning back to Seaview.
Name of walk leader: Andy Savage
Walk leader's telephone number: 07779 616189 / 01983 810932
Date of walk: Thursday 4th May 2017
Start time: 13:00
Start location: Seaview car park, PO34 5BL
Grid reference: SZ629914
Bus route number: 8
Nearest bus stop (name): St Peter's Church, Seaview
Distance: 5.5 miles
Duration: 3 hours
Booking essential: Yes call 07779 616189 / 01983 810932 - Walkers planning to attend must book on the walk prior to the day and indicate whether they require loan of Nordic poles or bringing their own poles to the walk.
Donation: Donation to breathe easy Isle of Wight
Expected pace of walk: Moderate
Walk grade: Moderate (Varying landscape with more challenging slopes. Stiles and steps to be expected en route, suitable for keen walkers and anyone who is reasonably active. Distance up to 8 miles).
Suitability for walkers with disabilities: Not suitable
* Circular walk: Yes
* Linear walk: No
* Rest stops: Yes
* Dogs on leads welcome: No
* Suitable for pushchairs: No
* Refreshments available along route: Yes
* Toilets along route: Yes
* Take packed lunch: Yes
* Sturdy boots recommended: Yes
* Family friendly: Yes
* Takes in coastal scenery: Yes
* Takes in local woodlands: Yes
* Beach / rockpool exploration: Yes
* Number of stiles: 3
* Number of steps: N/A
Matt and Cat say...
"The Seaview Hotel is one of our favourites for a quality meal - and good value. Also check out Dan's Kitchen and The Old Fort.
Seaview and St Helens have a good choice of places to eat. Top of our list has to be the Seaview Hotel. Deservedly winning the Michelin Bib Gourmand, this place always excels. If you like vintage chic and you get the chance to try the idiosyncratic Northbank Hotel, we'd urge you to give it a go - for that genuine vintage experience it can't be beaten. Down on the seafront at Seaview is the Old Fort, a great place to sit out on a warm day and have a real seaside supper. We'd also recommend nearby St Helens, which has Dan's Kitchen, a restaurant which is always popular with chefs - and of course with us - serving an enjoyable fusion of smart hotel food and gastrogrub. Across the green we also like Ganders, a small and intimate venue that combines enjoyable locally-sourced food with really good service."
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