With ample parking just a short walk from the sea front and lovely independent retailers, Seaton is a great place to do some shopping at any time of year.
Seaton is a great place to do some quiet, relaxed shopping, away from the hustle bustle of larger towns.
With our range of quality independent retailers, lovely cafes and eateries, plus bustling artisan markets (first Saturday of every month except for February, October and November) you’ll find something for everyone.
Spend time wandering around the peaceful town centre and you’ll discover a wealth of shops catering for everything from day-to-day shopping to the quaint and quirky.
Local Produce & Relaxing Cafes
There’s plenty of opportunity throughout Seaton to shop for lovely local produce in bakers, butchers as well as organic and specialist food retailers.
Take the weight off your feet in between shopping to enjoy our cafés, tea shops and restaurants. Whether you just want a cup of tea and a slice of cake or you’re looking to take the family out for an evening meal, you’ll find much to tempt you.
Art & Craft shopping
Seaton is renowned for its Art Society and you’ll find some beautiful artisan products in the town centre shops including paintings, cards, jewellery and hand-made glass. There are many places to pick up unique crafts or art for yourself, or as a gift for friends, from retailers.
At Seaton Artisan Market‘s monthly markets you’ll find beautiful arts and crafts from local artisans.
Main Shopping Centre
Seaton’s main shopping centre is partly pedestrianized and offers a mix of independent and high street names.
Fore Street offers some great independent stores from butchers and bakers, artisan shops and interior design outlets, beauty salons, lovely book and toy shops, print and stationers, a traditional hardware store as well as high street retailers such Boots and Lloyd’s Bank, a variety of charity outlets and some super cafes.
Along the middle of Fore Street you’ll discover the old Town Square now home to a number of quality local shops and The Malt House.
Cross Street is home to art and craft shops, furniture, and a speciality coffee house. You’ll also find estate and letting agents dotted throughout the area.
Harbour Road & The Esplanade
Discover lovely gift shops, newsagents and freshly caught fish from the fishmongers, among the many retail outlets.
Queen Street and Beer Road
Here you’ll find the town’s post office, art / craft supplies, fine card and stationery, hairdressers, antiquarian bookshop, speciality food stores, bakers and much more. Stroll down Queen Street and find independent organic products, exquisite flowers, jewellery and material shops, pet supplies, financial services and the town library.