This end-terrace cottage is situated just a hundred yards from the beach in the village of Pakefield, two miles south of Lowestoft on the Suffolk coast.
Beautifully furnished, this Pakefield cottage is ideally located for a family beach holiday in the summer and as a touring base all year round.
Three welcoming bedrooms offer flexibility at this cottage near Lowestoft, with one of the rooms even benefiting from sea views.
The ground floor accommodation consists of a modern fitted kitchen, a very comfortable sitting room and a glorious conservatory with views to the church behind.
Step outside of this Pakefield cottage and the enclosed lawned garden allows children and animals to play safely as you prepare the evening meal on the barbecue.
And when the sun goes down, why not have a game of darts or pool in the games room at the end of the garden?
Pakefield is home to a wide selection of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants as well as a theatre, or if you prefer the more traditional seaside delights, just pop up the road to Lowestoft with its pier and seafront promenade.
Spend a day at the Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park or take a boat for the day on Oulton Broad.
Just a short drive away is the demure seaside town of Southwold, famous for its pier, harbour and colourful beach huts and nature lovers will enjoy a trip to the RSPB reserve at Minsmere.
A delightful holiday cottage in Pakefield, perfect for a holiday all year round.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with TV, 1 x twin with sea views, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with coal-effect gas fire. Conservatory. External games room with pool table.
About the location
Lowestoft 1 mile; Beccles 8 miles; Southwold 10 miles.
Pakefield is a village on the Suffolk coast just a couple of miles south of Lowestoft. Nowadays Pakefield is a suburb of Lowestoft, however it was historically a village in its own right and is home to the parish church of All Saints and St Margarets. Pakefield has a selection of shops, bars and restaurants and is home to The Seagull Theatre well as an art gallery. Nearby Lowestoft is a traditional seaside resort with a wide range of amenities including the Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park, whilst south of Pakefield is the demure coastal town of Southwold, famous for its pier, busy harbour and the colourful beach huts which line the seafront. Pakefield is a good touring base for all of East Anglia including the Norfolk Broads and the cathedral city of Norwich.