Places to Stay in Seaton
As the fun never stops in Seaton with its wealth of family-friendly attractions and the surrounding countryside offering a range of outdoor activities all year around, it is the ideal place to spend a few days, or perhaps longer. There are plenty of things to see and do in the town and the neighbouring village of Beer. They sit within the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site with all the sights and interesting coastal walks that this very special area of Devon has. You’ll also find the Wetlands Nature Reserve nearby which offers a number of great walks and the South West Coast Path which will link you to a number of other popular beach resorts across the south west.
Dogs, children, everyone
Whether you are on a walking tour with your four-legged friend, a family holidays, a romantic break or a solo excursion, you’ll find a property that suits you. Seaton is home to a number of beautiful properties, including hotels and more, that vary in size and price, so you’ll always find something that suits your needs and budget. Many of the hotels in this region are within the original Victorian or Georgian buildings that Devon’s coastal towns are famous for, creating a wonderful atmosphere for a short break away. The interiors have been lovingly refurbished and many of them retain their original charm without detracting from their luxury and comfort. Whether you are looking for a more rural country hotel where you can escape the demands of everyday life or you want somewhere quiet and cosy where you can stay connected to your work colleagues or family, there are plenty of options for you in Seaton.
You’ll find a wide variety of properties along the seafront, perfect for those of you visiting for a beach holiday and want to be able to run back and forth from your room easily. Whatever you choose, you can be sure of a friendly welcome and great service.
The accommodation options that can be found in Seaton are as diverse as the attractions that are in the town. You’ll find everything from large chain hotels that consistently win awards to small, independently run boutiques and guesthouses who are on hand to offer a personal service. For large, traditional country hotels, look towards the outskirts of the town or if you prefer something with a sea view, head towards the coast. There is something very special about opening your curtains and seeing the glorious Jurassic Coast with those dramatic cliffs! Alternatively, why not book a room at one of the town centre properties where you’ll be in the middle of the various community events and close to the array of interesting independent stores?
Eat, Sleep, Repeat
Many of the hotels in Seaton have onsite restaurants, complete with children’s menus, that really take advantage of the incredible local produce that can be found in and around Seaton. Devon is known for having some of the best and freshest food in the West Country and the chefs of Seaton like to highlight this fact as much as possible. The hotel restaurants in the town are open to both guests and those that are staying at other hotels and offer a diverse selection of dishes that are created with passion, guaranteeing you a great meal. The advantage of choosing to eat at the hotel is that if you have children, you can make sure that they are in bed on time and of course, that the parents can spend their time socialising in the bar area. These venues are also ideal for those coming to town for business or corporate events as the restaurants and bar areas make great spaces for hosting business associates.
Whatever property you are looking for, you’ll find it here in Seaton.