The Hideaway Beach cafe Seaton

I just LOVE the Hideaway! Run by a Bransocmbe resident Hazel, it serves beautiful lunches and amazing homemade cakes. The staff are very friendly and terribly helpful. The Hideaway cafe is accessible by foot and can be found at the very end of Seaton’s esplanade with stunning views of the Jurassic coast. There is indoor and outside seating, with steps taking you right down onto the beach.

My favourite (special) day out in Seaton sounds a bit like this:

Drive to the Tramway in Colyton (EX24 6HA) . Leave the car here and catch the tram into Seaton. Grab a coffee at Costa and head towards the sea (five minute walk). Step onto the pebbled beach and take a moment to breathe in the fresh salty air. Sit down and drink coffee whilst children and husband through stones wildly off course..but aiming towards the sea! Stroll along the beach with the sea to my left until the beach ends and there sits the Hideaway. Enjoy a relaxing lunch and a piece of cake (that can’t be resisted) and set out on the return journey back along the sea front, back onto the tram and returning to Pitt Farm.

I last enjoyed this during a school holiday with my children, my parents and my brother with his young family. Before returning on the tram we stopped off at the outdoor playground next to to let the young cousins let off their last bit of steam together. We spent the whole day together enjoying the local scenery and hospitality. We all parted with smiles on our faces and a couple of stones in our pockets for memory’s sake x



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