Seaford Tourist Information

Seaford Head

Seaford Head

A popular location offering easy access onto the South Downs Way, Seaford is a charming Sussex coast town popular with walkers and situated just to the east of Newhaven Ferry Services and Brighton. Offering views towards the Seven Sisters mighty chalk cliffs and with spectacular coastal walking straight from the centre, Seaford contains ample choice of local shops, inns, restaurants and attractive bed and breakfast accommodation.

The magnificent Seven Sisters Country Park and Heritage Coast sits directly adjacent to Seaford, offering plentiful opportunity for cycling, birdwatching, canoeing walking and nature watching around the Seaford Head Nature Reserve. Back in the town centre, take a tour of Seaford’s beautiful Napoleonic Martello Tower located at the eastern end of its seafront. Inside is a fascinating museum exploring Seaford’s heritage as a mighty Cinque Port and key point of defence during the threat of attack by Napoleon in the Georgian era.

Golf fans are ideally situated near some of the South Coast’s best coastal links courses including the Seaford Head Golf Club, a spectacular 18 hole course dating back to the Victorian era. Choose Seaford accommodation for a cost effective Brighton and South Downs holiday base. Frequent bus services and trains from Seaford station run to Lewes, Brighton and Eastbourne. Browse a selection of quality Seaford B&B guest houses and cottages here on Iknow, and book Seaford accommodation direct or online.

Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.