All you need to know about Seaford

All you need to know about staying in Seaford

Seaford is a small costal town in East Sussex and home to 22,000 people. Located on the foot of the South Downs, a range of hills stretching from Winchester to Eastbourne. Known for its stunning scenery and wildlife, as well as the chalk cliffs, also called the Seven Sisters cliff, Seaford has a bustling town centre with shops, restaurants, cafes and a leisure centre. With beautiful pebbled beaches and picturesque landscapes, Seaford is a great weekend city escape. 

Things to do in Seaford

During the summer months, take a trip to Driftwood by Sea, where you can find exotic weather, incredible landscapes and some lovely cafes and restaurants. At Newhaven Fort, you can walk along the coastal path, and reach the top of the cliff which is home to an immersive museum experience with everything from Iron Age life to World Ware II shelters. Not to mention there are also spectacular views! Seaford Head Golf Course is a great place to spend the day, or for something a little more action packed try kayaking or canoeing along the Cuckmere River.

Transport in Seaford

In Seaford, there is an efficient bus system which takes you to different areas across Sussex. The buses operate on a frequent timetable. Seaford train station offers trains every half an hour to Brighton, and the station is in close proximity to the centre of town.

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