There is undoubtedly no other estate like Seaton. Where else can you find an Olympic-sized indoor and outdoor equestrian arena right on your doorstep, or state-of-the-art, spacious stables within walking distance of your home? The Club at Seaton offers the ultimate in equestrian facilities; its world-class lifestyle is unsurpassable.
The Royal Shaka Property Group had consulted with industry experts from dressage, polo and show jumping to create facilities that are of international standards. Approximately R85 million has been dedicated to creating these Olympic standard equestrian facilities for The Club.
Seaton offers residents the opportunity to purchase one of 96-unit stables. With one horse allocated per stable unit, which is 4m x 4m; residents will take pleasure in having their horse taken care of and living only a stone’s throw away from their home.
A first in KwaZulu-Natal, Seaton is home to two Olympic-sized arenas. The indoor arena has been designed to ensure that both dressage and show jumping events are unaffected by weather. The facilities have been designed with generously sized fixtures, judging boxes and stands to ensure maximum comfort for both guests and horses. The outdoor arena is surrounded by lush greenery for the ultimate outdoor riding experience. Both arenas have an ebb and flow system and will be managed by a dedicated equestrian manager.
Not only do Seaton residents have access to the Olympic-sized arenas, they can make use of an exclusive warm-up arena and lunge rings.
The Manor House
The heart of Seaton is the 100-year old Manor House, boasting a bespoke restaurant, billiard room, whiskey room and a rooftop deck that will showcase the amplitude of the equestrian arena and activities.
These facilities are just some of the extraordinary features The Club will showcase and have available for all residents. Along with these offerings, The Club residents also have access to the holistic lifestyle facilities Seaton offers, including the 26km trails, bridles paths, direct beach access, the Beach House, revitalised dams and wetlands and so much more.