Seacliffe sitting proud in its space looking straight out to sea.
Its pretty patio also enjoys the same fabulous sea views - a great spot for breakfast.
Seacliffe sits on an elevated deck, to make the most of the views across Lyme Bay to Golden Cap in the distance.
Seacliffe has fabulous 180 degree sea views.
Inside, a super comfy double bed awaits, you can listen to the waves on the shore below.
South-facing, you can enjoy the sunshine all day long.
This delightful shepherd's hut is fully equipped with everything you will need.
The kitchen-area has a two ring electric hob,  electric rotisserie oven and very importantly an under the counter fridge with freezer 
The fold-away dining-table is positioned perfectly to enjoy the fabulous views.
So well designed, this bijou en suite shower-room is delightful.
Yes, you really are glamping!
There is a cosy wood-burner in case the evening turns chilly, there is also an electric heater to keep you toasty warm.
The rotisserie oven and grill has a two ring hob too, so every opportunity to get creative.
Well-equipped with essentials provided.
This shepherd's hut is built to a very high standard with beautiful joinery. What a view from the bedside window!
All that you need for a cosy break away from it all.
The sheltered lawned area has sun loungers where you can while away the afternoon listening to the waves and bird song.
This beautifully built shepherd's hut is snuggled into the corner of the owner's garden, with a private entrance, enclosed patio and lawned garden.
There are spectacular views along this stretch of the Jurassic Coast.
Seaton, a five minute walk, has a mile-long pebble beach.
The beach at Seaton looking back towards the Owners' house (below the large white house).
Seacliffe sits high on the cliffs (see arrow) but is just a short walk into the delightful town of Seaton.
Stunning views from the clifftop, just a few hundred yards from Seacliffe.
A view from the Owners' garden looking along the Jurassic Coast, Beer is just around the headland.
This little beach nestles between Seaton and Beer and is accessible from the South West Coast Path,
The fishing village of Beer, the wet fish shop on the beach sells the catch of the day, great for the BBQ.
The beach at nearby Branscombe, with the Sea Shanty beach cafe serving some great seafood and delicious cakes and ice creams.
The harbour at Axmouth, a little tram follows the estuary inland from Seaton to Colyton, past Seaton Wetlands with some fabulous wildlife.

Seacliffe Shepherd's Hut


Seaton (Devon) / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

7 Nights from £377 - £672

This beautifully positioned shepherd's hut has outstanding 180 degree views across Lyme Bay to the cliffs of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. You can be lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves on the shoreline below or enjoy breakfast on your enclosed patio, with your ocean backdrop.

Snuggled into the corner of the owners' garden, but with your own private entrance, this stylish shepherd's hut has everything you need for a luxury glamping getaway; a super comfy double bed, cosy wood-burner, full-sized fridge with ice-box, for those holiday essentials, cooking facilities and fully functional bathroom with hot shower and flushing loo. The little sheltered and enclosed garden is south-facing, perfect for relaxing on a sun lounger with a good book, or having a barbecue with local produce from the very good farm shops that you will find in this part of east Devon.

If you can tear yourself away from this relaxing location, a short walk will take you into Seaton with its mile-long stretch of pebbled beach and new Jurassic Visitor Centre. Seaton Wetlands Nature Reserve extends along the River Axe, over two miles of trails and boardwalk through peaceful marshland, with lots of hides and unusual birds to spot along the route.

For the energetic, bring your bikes for the Exe Estuary Trail; the sixteen mile route includes both sides of the estuary and connects to Exmouth, Exeter and Dawlish. Secure storage for bikes is available at Seacliffe. Alternatively pick up the South West Coast Path and head west, after a short walk you will come to Beer, a charming little village where fish are still landed on the beach and a stall on the beach sells the catch of the day, perfect for that barbecue! During the summer months you can hire kayaks, a paddleboard or take a boat tour to explore this very special coastline.

Continuing west along the coast, the charming village of Branscombe and regency town of Sidmouth are a short distance. A twenty minute drive east will take you to Lyme Regis with its iconic Cobb, independent shops and dozens of cafes and restaurants, you may even be lucky enough to find a fossil on Monmouth beach; the annual Fossil Festival is held at the end of April.

River Cottage HQ is nearby too, great for a special meal or book one of their cookery courses to give you a new skill to take home after your holiday is over. Continue east and you will find West Bay, filming location for Broadchurch, and the quirky market town of Bridport.

Shepherd's Hut

Steps to Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner. Rotisserie mini oven (with grill and two hot plates), fridge (with ice-box), toaster, kettle and DAB radio. Double bed (4'6'')

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

The Owners can offer secure storage for bikes and kayaks if required.


  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Parking on road
  • No smoking
  • Pub .5 miles
  • Patio furniture and barbecue
  • 1 electric heater
  • Logs for wood-burner