- A big dog-friendly welcome awaits
- Travel all day by tram with your dog
- Scenic views of Axe Estuary and Wildlife
- Dog-friendly beach at Seaton
Seaton Tramway - Dog Friendly Attraction in Seaton, Devon
Seaton Tramway operates narrow gauge heritage trams between Seaton, Colyford and Colyton in East Devon's glorious Axe Valley, travelling alongside the River Axe estuary through two nature reserves and giving an unrivalled view of the abundant wading bird life.
The coastal resort of Seaton is now a gateway town to the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, whilst the historic town of Colyton is described as "Devon's Most Rebellious Town" for its part in the Monmouth Rebellion of 1685.
Not only is the beach great for dogs at Seaton but there are lots of fabulous walks accessible from our other stations.
The Tramway uses the original branch line railway station built in 1868. This now houses the well-stocked shop, which has a wide range of tram-related souvenirs and unique gifts to suit all budgets. Next door is the Tram Stop Cafe offering an extensive menu of hot meals and snacks. Colyton town centre is a short ten-minute walk from the station. The winding streets, pretty walks, enticing shops and amiable pubs tipify Colyton's unspoilt charm. Notable sights include the 12th century St Andrew's Church, with its unusual lantern tower. Colyton Station postcode EX24 6HA.
The terminus is next to the White Hart Inn. A Royal Borough since the reign of King John in the 13th century, Colyford has its own Mayor and holds a Goose Fair in September each year. TE Lawrence "of Arabia" was a regular customer at the old filling station prior to his fatal motorcycle crash in 1935.
The Tramway Terminus is close to the town centre, Tesco and the beach, which stretches a mile in length from Seaton Chine to Axmouth Harbour. Seaton Terminus postcode EX12 2TB.
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