Seatown Beach

And Golden Cap

Seatown & Golden Cap are just a 15 minute drive from our B&B


Seatown is a small coastal hamlet less than a mile from the neighbouring village of Chideock, 3 miles to the west of West Bay. The shingle shelving beach is privately owned and is a favourite amongst fishermen, fossil hunters and dog walkers alike. This little known beach provides some incredible views of the coastline and sits within one of Dorset’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Seatown is a small coastal hamlet less than a mile from the neighbouring village of Chideock, 3 miles to the west of West Bay. The shingle shelving beach is privately owned and is a favourite amongst fishermen, fossil hunters and dog walkers alike. This little known beach provides some incredible views of the coastline and sits within one of Dorset’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty




Golden Cap
Golden Cap is a high, flat-topped hill of deep orange sandstone on the cliffs between Charmouth and Bridport, and is comprised of two ages of rock from the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. The Cap is the highest point on the south coast, at 627ft (191m), with views along the shore to the tip of Portland Bill in one direction and to Start Point in the other. Inland, you can see Pilsdon Pen and as far as Dartmoor.


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