Bugler Coaches

Seaton & The Seaton Tramway 1st August 2024

Seaton & The Seaton Tramway

Thursday 1st August




The coach will leave Bristol City Centre at 9.00am  or

you can board the coach earlier at your local pick up point



Whether you are looking for interesting attractions, wanting to explore stunning natural landscapes, or just wanting somewhere to relax,
shop and eat, you’ll find it all in Seaton.


Sitting at the heart of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, with the South West Coast Path and Seaton Wetlands Nature Reserve
within walking distance, Seaton’s beautiful scenery and
natural environment are a joy to explore.

Car 11, passing Seaton Wetlands Black Whole Marsh -Andrew Norsworthy



The town offers several outstanding attractions including Seaton Tramway whose narrow gauge heritage trams run
through miles of unspoilt countryside.


Included in your day trip is a return trip on the tramway from Seaton to Colyton. This journey passes through the wetland area.


You will have around an hour in Colyton for a stroll and
there's also a cafe for refreshment


Seaton Jurassic the newest attraction and Devon Wildlife Trust’s first flagship visitor centre. Visit and you’ll go on a journey through time,
over land and underwater, to worlds familiar and alien
as you explore the history of the coastline.




Seaton Beach is overlooks Lyme Bay and surrounded
by beautiful countryside. 



We'll return home to Bristol, arriving back in the City Centre around 7.30pm


Includes return tram ride


To book phone  

01225 444422


book online below


Beaulieu & Bucklers Hard Museum & Village 7th August

Lots to do in Beaulieu

Wednesday 7th August




   There is so much to see and do at Beaulieu

It's the home of the National Motor Museum


See over 280 vehicles at the world famous National Motor Museum.
From F1 cars and land speed record breakers to incredible

examples of pioneering motoring.

The Palace House


Get a fascinating look into the Montagu family home. Costumed guides
give you a flavour of what it would  have been like in Victorian Times.