East Coast Fitness - Unit 8
Lose weight and get in shape with East Coast Fitness. With boot camps and sessions against the backdrop of the stunning coastal views it makes exercising and keeping fit even more satisfying.
Candy Shack - Unit 6
Enjoy a fantastic selection of delicious confectionery and satisfy your sweet tooth at Candy Shack. The kids will love choosing their own treats (as will your own inner child too).
Taylor Hall - Unit 9
For more than 30 years, Taylor Hall Financial Services and Mortgage Brokers has been providing financial services and solutions throughout the North East.
Pancake Kitchen - Unit 3
Offering a selection of tasty savoury and sweet pancakes or waffles, Pancake Kitchen is an excellent cafe in Seaham.
Deeva's - Unit 4
Choose from a range of treatments including pedicures, facials and make up packages which will leave you feeling relaxed and pampered – go on you deserve it.
Seaside Chic - Unit 5
Discover an eclectic mix of beautiful and unique gifts, trinkets and souvenirs for your home in this chic boutique.
Nicey Icey - Unit 2
No trip to the beach is complete without an ice cream! From mint and salted caramel to bubblegum and rhubarb crumble, you're sure to find your favourite flavor.
Lookout Café - Units 11 & 12
As if great coffee and delicious food isn't enough, The Lookout boasts incredible views of the marina, so sit back, relax, and have you cake and eat it too.
Business outlets at The Waterside
Seaham Harbour Marina is home to a fantastic selection of local businesses. From cafes serving delicious homemade cakes to beauticians and fitness classes, there is something for everyone at Seaham Harbour Marina. Whether you're looking for a fun family day out, fancy learning to paddle board, or simply want to relax with a short walk and slice of cake, visit Seaham Harbour Marina.
Historic lifeboat house & heritage centre
A project which began with the purchase and restoration of Seaham's historic George Elmy lifeboat by East Durham Heritage Group (EDHG) led to funding by Durham County Council to restore the old lifeboat house and build a connected heritage centre. The George Elmy lifeboat suffered a terrible disaster at sea in 1962 in which nine people lost their lives following the rescue of the crew from a local fishing coble. The lifeboat is now housed in the lifeboat house and can be seen by the public.
Please call in to see and listen to the full story presented by EDHG. Opening times are Thursday to Sunday from 11am to 3pm.
Seaham Harbour Marina
Bulan - Unit 1
With a terrific selection of delicious burgers and chicken dishes combined with a great choice of wines and beers, you'll be spoilt for choice at Bulan Burgers.