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“A lovely stone filled beach”
Review of Seaham Beach

Ranked #16 of 60 things to do in Durham
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Reviewed 16 February 2018

Spent a few lovely hours here collecting stones and fossil hunting.

Very long way down to beach but free car park.

Would recommend a visit.

Thank domo_leeds
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Reviewed 10 February 2018 via mobile

The dog loves a walk on the beach and as we live right beside it we spend a lot of time there with him.

It’s a ocular spot with dog walkers glass collectors and fishermen.

When you have finished there are plenty of coffee shops and food and drink establishments nearby also.

1  Thank Gary W
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Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

Any trip along the North East Coastline has to take in a visit to Seaham, this is a great location that offers local shops and restaurants, the harbour is small but wonderfully maintained.

When visiting Seaham you have to stop by and see Tommy, this is a wonderful statue of a World War One returning soldier, it is officially named 1101 but locally known as Tommy.

Thank Kev L
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Reviewed 21 October 2017

Staying in the area only 5 miles away so decided to visit SEAHAM. Got to be honest that after our trip to Seahouses we did not hold too much hope for a long stay. But!!!! the promenade was brilliant and level to walk on, and would be great for anyone in wheelchairs or not so good at walking. There is a really nice shopping mall and a pedestrian street with various shops.The harbour is accessible by car or on foot, so well worth a look. There are coffee shops and fish and chips so what else would you want. There is an Asda store if you do want a range of shopping. To add free parking to that then all I can say is " take a look for yourself", 3 hours soon pass.

Thank Ian M
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Reviewed 11 October 2017

This beach has made a dramatic and wonderful transformation over the past 5 years and is now a great spot for walking, bird watching and general leisure activities.

Thank tezfez1959
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