it's trivially ewasy, but the most important thing is to make sure noone has sysadmin rights; you cannot hide or deny access to a sysadmin.
sql is deny by default, so if permissions to an object (table/view/proc/etc) not given to someone, they cannot see or access the objects.
USE [SandBox] --my db for users to do stuff.
CREATE ROLE [OneViewForYou]
--give my new role READ permission to one specific view
GRANT SELECT ON dbo.MyView TO [OneViewForYou]
--finally, add our user bob to the role we created
EXEC sp_addrolemember N'OneViewForYou', N'bob'
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