Five places to refuel in Seaton

Directly on the South West Coastal path, surrounded by sea and countryside, the seaside town of Seaton is the perfect place for walkers to refuel during a day’s walk.  There are many places to eat and drink in Seaton for walkers to discover, here are five suggestions to stop off on a walking trip this spring.

  • The Hat – a micropub serving an array of real ales, great ciders, fine wines, spirits, soft drinks and tea and coffee. Enjoy quality cheese and ham platters or pub snacks whilst you take some time out of walking. What’s more, dogs are welcome at The Hat!
  • The Hideaway – This hidden gem is exactly how it sounds, tucked away from the rest of the town, this unique café is a place to relax and the perfect spot for a mid-walk break. Everything about The Hideaway, from the art hanging on the walls to the dishes being served, celebrates local talent. 
  • Coast Café Bar – Cake, sandwiches, scones, breakfast, you name it, Coast Café Bar will have it. This venue is a perfect place to take a break from a day’s walk or to end. Not only is the food and drink delicious, the café is on the sea front so you’ll be able to enjoy direct views of the sea.
  • Frydays – If you’re walking on the South West Coast Foot Path, it’s only fair that you stick to the coastal theme and enjoy fish and chips on the beach. An idyllic way to make the most of the seaside air, takeaway fish and chips from Frydays will get your energy levels back up for the rest of the walking day ahead.
  • Old Picture House – Previously a small cinema, The Old Picturehouse has been completely refurbished and is the perfect venue for a mid-walk refreshing beer. Not only will visitors enjoy its range of drinks and food, but the décor is stunning.  Working with local craftsmen, the owners have restored many of the original interiors.

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