Seacote Park nestles on the West Cumbrian Coast, on the edge of the breathtaking Lake District National Park. A peaceful park with spectacular surrounding scenery.
Directly in front of the Park lies St Bees beach. The sand stretches as far as the eye can see, across the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man can be seen silhouetted on the horizon.
Much of the Park is sheltered by the gigantic rocky outcrop of St Bees Head. This towering headland provides many forms of recreation, whether you choose to explore the rocks and pools around its base or take the cliff top path and enjoy its dramatic views out to sea and inland towards the Lakeland fells.