Seaton is a great place for relaxed shopping, away from the hustle and bustle of larger towns, with its range of quality independent retailers, cafes and eateries offering a range of local and international cuisines, high street names and summer markets on the first Saturday of each, there is something for everyone. Seaton is particularly renowned for its Art Society and you’ll find unique products from local artists in several of the town’s shops including paintings, cards, jewellery and hand-made glass. The town also offers a selection of specialist food retailers supplying a delicious range of local and organic produce.
The centre of the town is pedestrianised and both the centre and wider town punctuated with a number of well-tended parks and green spaces, affording the opportunity to sit and watch the world go by in between visits to the array of interesting shops. During your visit to Seaton, don’t miss:
Where you’ll find local food retailers such as the butcher and bakers, artists and interior designers, beauty salons, booksellers and toy shops, printers and stationers, a traditional hardware store, as well as a variety of charity outlets and cafes and eateries serving delicious fare
Home to art and craft shops, furniture, and a speciality coffee house. You’ll also find estate and letting agents dotted throughout this area
Queen Street and Beer Road
Stroll down Queen Street and find organic products, exquisite flowers, jewellery and fabric shops, pet supplies, financial services and the town library. You’ll also find a stationers, hairdressers, antiquarian bookshop and speciality food stores.
Harbour Road and the Esplanade
Discover gift shops, newsagents and the town’s post office, freshly caught fish from the fishmongers, among the many retail outlets
Seaton has been twinned with Thury-Harcourt in Normandy since 1982. This area of the town has been named to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the twinning partnership. The main purpose of the twinning exchange is to promote international friendship and a better understanding of each other’s way of life.Since 1982 the people of the two towns have visited each other regularly and made many individual friendships. Seaton’s Thury Harcourt is home to Tesco and the town’s Artisan Market.
Places to Eat & Drink
Please click HERE for a list of pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes in Seaton and the surrounding area.