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Seaford, England, United Kingdom
21 Apr — 22 Apr2
Seaford, England, United Kingdom
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Cheapest day:Saturday
Most expensive day:Friday
$114 - $397
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About Seaford

Overlooking the English Channel, Seaford is a picturesque coastal town in East Sussex. It was an important port during the Middle Ages but declined due to harbour silting and raids by French pirates. In the 19th century, Seaford became a popular holiday town when the railway arrived.

Things to do in Seaford

Stretching the length of Seaford is a shingle beach where you can swim in the summer months and enjoy long walks in the winter. It’s backed by a cycling path that connects east to the Seaford Head Nature Reserve, which is famed for the soaring chalk cliffs known as the Seven Sisters. Backing the beach are a handful of eateries where you can dine throughout the day, including Frankie’s Beach Cafe.

Breathtaking views are on offer from the Seaford Head Golf Course, which was designed and constructed back in 1887. It offers sweeping vistas across Seaford Bay toward Brighton in the distance and boasts one of the largest drops from tee to pin in the south of England. In addition to its well-stocked pro shop, there’s also a modern clubhouse with a restaurant.

Learn about the people and events that have shaped the town at the Seaford Museum and Heritage Society, which is located within one of the waterfront Martello Towers. The building is part of a line of defensive fortifications built during the Napoleonic Wars and is surrounded by a brick-lined moat. In addition to its maritime artefacts and history exhibits, the museum regularly hosts cultural events.

Getting around Seaford

Seaford is around 30 minutes’ drive from Brighton and just under two hours from London. London Heathrow Airport is 1.5 hours away and has flights to destinations across the globe. Regular trains connect to the Seaford railway station and the town centre is compact enough to explore on foot.

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  • What are the best hotels in Seaford?

    17 reviews rated Wellington Hotel with an average score of 9.0/10. It may also be worth looking into the White Lion Hotel, which received a rating of 8.5/10 from 51 reviews. Saltmarsh Farmhouse could also be a good option, with a score of 9.0/10 from 105 reviews.

  • What is a good hotel near Seven Sisters Country Park?

    Reviews of Saltmarsh Farmhouse recommend it as a good place to stay near Seven Sisters Country Park, scoring 9.0/10 from 105 ratings.

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