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It is always a happy dream to stay at the Seaton Dream. Jamie is a most accomodating host who will take care of any situation - meal preferences, room, directions to attractions, restaurant advisory. We have stayed here often and have never been disappointed with...More
This was our second time at A Seaton Dream and three years after our previous stay, we were delighted to see that everything was wonderfully the same. A Seaton Dream is truly "a home away from home". Jamie and Alan could not be more welcoming,...More
We received a warm welcome even though our plane was late arriving and from then on, we were looked after and made to feel at home and did not feel like strangers but friends. The room (with the balcony) was lovely and relaxing. Hearing the...More
I had a hard time finding a hotel for the first weekend in March, and was SUPER lucky to find "A seaton dream" as an option. How lucky I was.
Jamie and Alan are terrific people; their home couldn't be cleaner, the french- victorian rooms...More
US$124 - US$132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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