Holiday Cottages in Seaton

Seaton is often referred to as the ‘gateway to the Jurassic coast’ and is the most south easterly point of the glorious Devonshire seaside. We have an array of cottages in this delightful coastal town, ranging from boutique homes for two, to larger cottages sleeping upwards of 6 guests, perfect for a family retreat. A number of our properties are also dog-friendly, so every member of the family is welcome. Many of our Seaton self-catering properties have been awarded luxury status, and deservedly so, as they boast some of the most unspoilt sea views in the whole region.  

We also have a rare offer of a group of apartments located in Seaton, all housed within the same building and can be booked at once, making them perfect for those looking to get a group together without splashing out for a huge holiday home. As Seaton is so close to Beer, Axmouth and even Lyme Regis in neighbouring Dorset, it makes for a truly wonderful destination from which to explore the historic landscape of East Devon and all the fantastic local attractions nearby.  

Things to Do in Seaton  

Seaton originally rose to popularity when it became a seaside resort during the Victorian era, helped along by the building of one of the country’s first concrete bridges by the Seaton and Beer Railway Company in 1887. Today, the town retains much of its Victorian architecture and is home to a vibrant array of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes, as well as a lovely beach, promenade and harbour – talk about by-the-sea bliss! 

When you’re not busy cooking away in your cottage kitchen and do fancy grabbing a bite to eat and drink in Seaton, you are spoilt for choice! If it’s a big breakfast and cuppa you’re after, we highly recommend a trip to Pebble’s Cafe. Vegans and veggies may be interested in the wealth of options available at Terrance Arts Cafe, whilst fans of traditional supper may be interested in Frydays fish and chips – whatever your tastebuds fancy, you’ll find something in Seaton. 

But the true gem of Seaton is its wonderful beach and the water that surrounds it. Seaton Beach is a mile long, sandy beach enclosed by white cliffs on one side, and red cliffs to the other. The water is perfect for swimming and watersports alike, and is regularly patrolled by life guards. Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) is particularly popular in Seaton, and the equipment you need can be hired from Seaton Bay Paddleboarding. Even if you’ve never tried it before, we promise it is worth a go, because there’s simply no better way than to see the coast than on an SUP! 

Dogs are welcome all year round in the second beach zone and the South West Coast Path also runs along the seafront, which is perfect for a longer walk, whether accompanied by dog or not. Lyme Regis can be met by walking eastwards on the path and fellow Devonshire town, Beer can be reached by walking westward.  

The Seaton area and River Axe are also known for its rich and varied wildlife. he Axe estuary is home to many varied species, from otters, to rare Eurasian wading birds, as well as butterflies and dragonflies, but Seaton also has its own Nature Reserve, known as Seaton Wetlands. Seaton Wetlands lies to the north of the town and is actually made up of three nature reserves: Seaton Marshes, Colyford Common and Black Hole Marsh and it also sits within the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

So head to Seaton with us and expect to see flora and fauna, enjoy fish and chips and find your feet on an SUP!



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