Seatown Beach

Seatown Beach

Seatown Beach is a small shingle beach located about 3 miles west of West Bay and 7.5 miles east of Lyme Regis. It sits at the mouth of the River Winniford that divides the beach in two. There is a fair sized car park right next to the beach that makes is accessible to all ages. More importantly, it has an excellent pub – the Anchor Inn which has its own small car park and beer garden overlooking the sea. https://www.theanchorinnseatown.co.uk. The Anchor Inn easily makes it onto our Best Pubs in Dorset list. There is also a beach front shop and toilets.

SAT NAV postcode DT6 6JU (Google map)

This little known beach is a definite favourite with locals and offers some beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and coastal cliffs. Please note that there are no lifeguard patrols at this beach.

The Anchor Inn is on the beach front and is highly recommended
Seatown Beach

These cliffs are constantly eroding and revealing its treasures to the world making it very popular with fossil hunters. The Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre at Charmouth Beach is only 5 miles away and an excellent source of fossil collecting information. You can view their Fossil Collecting Code on their webpage https://charmouth.org/chcc/the-fossil-collecting-code/

Seatown Beach is a shingle beach backed by cliffs.

Related Pages: Charmouth Beach / Lyme Regis