"Seaford? Where on earth is Seaford" we hear you cry! Well, it's nestled at the foot of the Seven Sisters Country Park, slap bang in-between Brighton and Eastbourne. It is the hidden gem of East Sussex, a quiet seaside town which boasts an unspoilt beach, a close knit community and a growing, thriving hub of new businesses and eateries!
While you're in town visiting the latest S.C.I.P show why not enjoy the delights that our wonderful town has to offer!
You’re in luck! There's been a recent flurry of quality eateries opening in town and you will have no problem finding a good breakfast, lunch, dinner and coffee as you enjoy your day out!
Amazing coffee, tasty treats, always a warm welcome - a great spot to kick start your day.
2 Dane Road, Seaford BN25 1LL
New to Seaford - directly next to/part of Seaford train station - a cool, friendly little watering hole with an interesting range of ales. Coffee and cake available in the mornings too!
2 Station Approach, Seaford Station, Seaford BN25 2AR
Local seasonal food cooked with love by the Grumpy Chef! If they have the squid on, you have to try it - it’s fantastic! Very kid and family friendly.
Open for breakfast and dinner.
4 Broad Street, Seaford, BN25 1LX
Not only does The Front Room offer fantastic seasonal food, wonderful cakes and coffees but they have a little secret oasis out the back, which in warmer months is lovely to soak up the sun in with a beer and one of their tasty sharing boards! Very kid and family friendly.
Also open in the evenings for tapas and cocktails.
42 High Street, Seaford BN25 1PL
From savoury to sweet, Guillaume has it all wrapped up for you in these super tasty crepes!
2 Blatchington Road, Seaford, BN25 2AF
The perfect spot to take a break, pull up a deck chair and have an ice cream. Sand pit for the kids to play in and the perfect sea view.
Opening times are weather dependent, if the suns out they will be out!
Seaford Beach - 11 Esplanade, Seaford, BN25 1JL
Things to do
First, of course, is to visit the latest SCIP exhibition! See The Book Show page for details.
While in town, check out some of these shops, places of interest and a few unique oddities.
Is an award winning, family run haberdashery in Broad street.
It’s an Aladdin’s Cave of knitting and crochet yarn, fabrics, sewing machines, patterns, trimmings, ribbons, buttons, kits and books alongside a full haberdashery range. Friendly and knowledgeable staff will guide you through it all!
Feeling strong? Head up to the top of Seaford Head for some bracing winds and even more extraordinary views of Seaford and Newhaven to the East and The Seven Sisters to the West. There is a lovely walk which takes you down past the famous Cuckmere Cottages, then up to The Cuckmere Inn pub. Where after a hearty lunch and a beer you can hop on the bus back to Seaford!
The Crouch is a wonderful place for the Seaford community and visitors, with a beautiful Peace Garden, planted beds and a park for the kids. On Wednesday mornings you can also visit the Community Garden which is open for visitors and you can buy some local grown produce too!
Seaford Beach & Martello Tower
Our big beautiful stony beach is a fantastic place to visit whatever the weather and time of year! While you’re there pop along to the Martello Tower Museum, it's full of the most extraordinary oddities, and slices of seaford history!
Other places to try:
Dinos Soft Play @ The Downs Leisure Centre
The Tide Mills
None of these businesses or places of interest have asked to be featured or paid us to be featured! These are simply our top picks, there are of course many more businesses to use and places to see in Seaford.