East Sussex

8 Guests

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

A modern, luxury beach house in Seaford, East Sussex. With four bedrooms and stunning panoramic ocean views, Seaphare is ideal for a splendid family holiday to this laid back seaside town.

  • Four double bedrooms
  • Luxury coastal living
  • Exclusive sea views
  • Walks from the doorstep


Seaphare sits at the eastern end of Seaford, with the dramatic cliffs of ‘Splash Point’ to one side and the pebble beach stretching over 2.5 miles to the west. With an upside-down layout, the first floor offers an open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room, making the most of its elevated position overlooking the coastline and town. The vast windows allow for huge panoramic views right along the coast, offering fabulous imagery and light from sunrise to sunset. An amazing dog-friendly beach house retreat for family groups and small, responsible groups alike.

BEDROOM ONE: King size (5’) bed, chest of drawers, small sofa, clothes hanger, large mirrored sliding doors to front patio and beach views.
– EN-SUITE: Wetroom with rainfall shower, washbasin and WC
BEDROOM TWO: Double (4’6) bed, 2 bedside tables with drawers, armchair, clothes hanger
BEDROOM THREE: Double (4’6) bed, chest of drawers, chair, clothes hanger
BEDROOM FOUR: Double (4’6) bed, chest of drawers, armchair, clothes hanger
SHOWER ROOM: rainfall shower, washbasin and WC

Winder staircase to:
Table and chairs seating 8, large 4-5 seater sofa, 2 seater sofa, 1-2 seater loveseat. See ‘House info’ section for kitchen facilities.

Patio with small table and 2 chairs to the front, natural picnic space to the side with coastal plants, rear patio/shingle garden with outside shower.

The Coast Path runs right past Seaphare, which takes you up and over the cliffs to picturesque Cuckmere Haven and the iconic Seven Sisters beyond. Alongside the every-present gulls, Kittiwakes, Fulmar, Auks, Divers and Gannets swoop and soar above the clifftops, a natural haven for these spectacular seabirds right on your doorstep. Sit back in the deep sofas of the first floor sitting room and watch their aerobatic display through the vast windows. A unique sundowner experience.

See the ‘House info’ section for more information about this pet-friendly luxury beach house for families in Seaford, East Sussex.

House info

Property features

  • Pets welcome (1 dog)
  • Television (Smart TV)
  • Wi-Fi (Fibre)
  • Bluetooth speaker
  • Selection of books (& games/puzzles)
  • Large home - sleeps 8+
  • Coastal
  • Sea view
  • Beach front
  • En-suite bedroom
  • Ground floor bedroom & bathroom
  • Shower
  • Garden/outside space
  • Study/workspace
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Family friendly
  • Short lets/long stays possible
  • Secure bike store
  • Linen & towels

Useful information and house rules

  • Pets: a maximum of one well-behaved dog is allowed at a cost of £25 per week or part week. Dogs are allowed on most of the beach throughout the year, except for the central section (between Salts recreation field and the Martello Tower) from May to September.
  • Please contact us if you are interested in a stay of over 28 nights (a short-term let).
  • Top tip: Adding another night or two may only cost a little extra, or sometimes nothing at all! This is a great way to add some flexibility to your stay.
  • Kitchen facilities: single electric fan oven with grill, 4 plate induction hob, tall fridge-freezer, dishwasher, microwave, De’Longhi espresso machine, kettle, toaster.
  • Utility cupboard: washer-dryer (combi washing machine and tumble dryer).
  • Iron, ironing board, clothes airer, 2 hairdryers provided.
  • The beach is 50m from the house, an easy walk on made footpaths with a slight incline/decline. The clifftops are also about 50m from the house. Please always supervise children when they are outside.
  • Free on-street parking is available next to the beach, starting at about 40m from the house. Parking is subject to availability but there are usually spaces nearby. There is further free on-street parking in the nearby streets
  • One infant up to age 2 is welcome in addition to the total guest capacity of this property. Please bring your own cot, cot bedding and highchair.
  • Gas Central Heating. Underfloor on ground floor, radiators on first floor.
  • Wi-Fi: Superfast (30Mbps+) Fibre

Accessibility: Concrete footpath with a slight incline to the front door, one low step (5cm) over the front door threshold. All bedrooms and the utility cupboard are on the ground floor, along with the family shower room and en-suite wet room. Winder staircase (with standard risers and banister) to the first floor, opening directly into the open plan living room at the top. Other internal floors are even and level, with no internal steps. Garden is laid with paving and shingle, level access apart from a slight incline. The beach is 50m from the house, an easy walk on made footpaths with a slight incline/decline. This is intended as a guide only and accuracy is not guaranteed, please contact us if you need more info. Measurements are approx.


Local area

Seaford boasts a picturesque beach that stretches along the English Channel. With its pebble shoreline, it offers a serene escape for visitors seeking tranquility. The cliffs to the east offer fabulous views of the iconic Seven Sisters chalk cliffs and Cuckmere Haven, creating a dramatic backdrop. On sunny days, locals and tourists alike enjoy leisurely strolls, picnics, and beachcombing. The promenade provides stunning views of the sea, and the fresh coastal breeze invigorates the senses. For history enthusiasts, the Martello Tower, a Napoleonic-era fortification and now a museum, stands sentinel on the beach. It’s a fascinating glimpse into Seaford’s past. Whether you’re exploring the cliffs, collecting seashells, or simply unwinding by the waves, Seaford’s beach is a delightful destination.

From Seaphare it’s a short, flat walk to the centre of Seaford where there are plenty of large and small supermarkets, shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. Try Aimee's Kitchen for excellent Vietnamese, Rathfinney’s Vineyard just north of Seaford near Alfriston (a lovely walk over the South Downs, check out the beautiful village while you are there), and the Steamworks pub for a drink or two.

The Downs meets the sea at this eastern end of the National Park and it really is a most picturesque area, in particular the contrasting landscapes of the rolling downlands and open views at Cuckmere Haven, and the chalk cliffs of Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters. The chalk grasslands of the Crowlink walk make for a wonderfully romantic route to access the cliff tops. For watersports lovers there is a wide range of activities including paddleboarding that can be enjoyed, all the way down from the village to the sea along the beautiful meandering river valley. Equipment hire can be booked at the centres in Seaford and Exceat.

Close by are Charleston Farmhouse and gardens, the award-winning Drusillas Zoo and Park 5 miles away, Glyndebourne Opera, Firle Place, Pevensey Castle, the Long Man of Wilmington, and Airbourne and international tennis at Eastbourne. Lewes is also only 10 miles away, steeped in history and heritage with a thriving cultural scene including the Lewes Bonfire celebrations in early November.



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