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Peter W's Seaford, UK
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Seven Sisters
Alfriston Road
3 of 5 stars
Posted 30 Sep 2014
A large pub, off the beaten track and with little ambience. Pleasant staff. Food is supplied but I h...
Sunnyside Cafe
High Street
3 of 5 stars
Posted 30 Sep 2014
This cafe serves deliciuos snacks. The owner's mother sometimes supplies wonderful fruit cake. Recom...
The Wellington Hotel-Grill
33, Steyne Road
4 of 5 stars
Posted 30 Sep 2014
This pub serves lovely food and has an extensive wine list. The lounge has deep leather settees and ...
the old boot inn
south street
3 of 5 stars
Posted 30 Sep 2014
This pub is next to St. Leonard's Church. There is nothing nicer than to sit in the garden with a gl...
Harri-Nats
Broad Street
4 of 5 stars
Posted 30 Sep 2014
This is a well-liked small restaurant that serves tasty snacks and beverages. Well-placed in Broad S...
Moon Of India
18 Sutton Pk Rd
4 of 5 stars
Posted 30 Sep 2014
Thai is a very friendly Indian restaurant with a surprisingly reasonably-priced and extensive menu. ...
Golden Galleon - CLOSED
Eastbourne road
3 of 5 stars
Posted 30 Sep 2014
Thas restaurant has changed both ownership and name. The menu is similar to before with perhaps more...
The Old Plough
20 Church Street
3 of 5 stars
Posted 28 May 2014
This pub is located next to Seaford's historic St. Leonard's Church (and useful as a respite during ...
Seaford Beach
Seaford Bay
4 of 5 stars
Posted 29 Jul 2013
No sand but a pleasant shingle beach stretching from Seaford to Newhaven. Almost always has fresh br...
Seaford Museum
Martello Tower 74
5 of 5 stars
Posted 29 Jul 2013
The Museum is located in Martello Tower No. 74. It contains a huge variety of items, mainly associat...
Seven Sisters Country Park
Exceat
5 of 5 stars
Posted 29 Jul 2013
For peace and serenity there is nothing to compare with the Seven Sisters Country Park. Broad vistas...