Spring in Seaton

If you are haven’t been to Seaton for a while, it might be worth another visit – it’s changing so fast it’s difficult to keep up!

Seaton Tramway is as charming as ever, but with a smart new station even the Victorian charm is having an update – claim 10% off any Explorer ticket with your Jurassic Coast Card and see the Axe Estuary from a new angle.

Another brilliant trip for the whole family is Pecorama, in nearby Beer. With a world-famous collection of model railway layouts, it’s full of fascinating miniature worlds, and the gardens are beautiful in spring. With a fun train ride through the grounds, outdoor and indoor play and a great cafe, you can easily spend a whole day here at your own pace. Get a free upgrade on a Standard day ticket and save money too.

If spring means getting outdoors for you, then visit 4Seasons, who will fit you out with all your outdoor clothing needs, and offer 10% off all purchases over £30. The Garden Shop in nearby Colyton are offering 5% off plants, perfect for jazzing up your garden for spring, and Coastal Craft Collective have a free cotton tote bag for customers spending over £40 on workshops or crafts.

If you need to recharge your batteries, Axe Cliff Golf Club have 10% off food & drink in the clubhouse, perfect for walking the Undercliff, and Pebbles, who are just off the beach,  have a tea or coffee and cake for just £3.75. A little inland is the Golden Hind in Musbury, with 10% off lunches Tuesday-Sat 12-2pm, and the Old Dairy Kitchen at Trill Farm are offering a free goody bag (with home-made sourdough and preserves) for every two lunch places booked between 1st April and 20th June.

Finally, if you are looking to get fit for summer, LED have a  fantastic offer for you – zero joining fee (worth 25), 10% off all unlimited Loyalty LED memberships, & 10% off for members in same household. With enormous savings like that, what are you waiting for!

Seaton has come on leaps and bounds just in the last couple of years, with Seaton Jurassic, the Wetlands, new eateries and food producers, and a general buzz of optimism and excitement, so if you haven’t visited for a while, you are bound to find something new!


19th March 2018