Our guide to Seaton holidays

Now, there are two things we recommend taking with you for a stay in Seaton – and those are your walking boots and your flip flops. Life in this pretty little Cornish village is mostly spent either lying back on the long sandy beach or enjoying the views with one of the area’s dramatic coastal walks.

The beach comes Good Beach Guide recommended so it’s a popular one with visiting families, and dogs are welcome all year round. Just why is it that food tastes better with the sea as a backdrop? Well, many of the cafes and restaurants in Seaton benefit from sea views that’ll keep you lingering over your meal and enjoying the setting.

The Smugglers Inn

With a name like The Smugglers Inn we know you’ll be expecting classic Cornish charm and a warm welcome at this Seaton gem, and that’s just what you’ll be in for. With plenty of room to spread out and settle down for a pint or something to eat after a busy day on the beach, The Smugglers Inn has a...

Adrenalin Quarry

Ok so here it is ...you’ve discovered the UK’s longest, highest and fastest zip wire, and it’s right above a flooded Cornwall quarry (well that’s the name explained). Adrenalin Quarry is the only attraction of its kind that doesn’t need booking in advance, and there’s no age limit either (the youngest ever to ride it was just 4 and the...
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