This lovely, well-presented, three bedroom mid-terrace cottage is situated in a quiet area, close to the centre of Lowestoft in Suffolk.
This cottage is close to the beach and pier and is an ideal base for couples and families to get away and enjoy the peaceful surroundings in this lovely part of the country.
The ground floor offers a cosy dining room and sitting room with decorative fireplace to the front of the property and a large kitchen to the back.
Upstairs, there is a spacious master bedroom overlooking the front of the cottage, a comfortable twin room, and a small double bedroom, along with a family bathroom.
From the kitchen venture outside to a lovely, private enclosed garden with furniture, where you can sit and relax with a refreshing drink or dine alfresco, whilst planning your next day’s activities.
Lowestoft offers many traditional seaside attractions and amenities to enjoy.
A short drive brings you to the popular safari park, Africa Alive, offering an excellent day out for wildlife lovers, and the beautiful stately home of Somerleyton Hall is within reach.
Guests with an adventurous side might like to visit Pleasurewood Hills, a fantastic theme park close by.
Further down the coast, guests can enjoy a day out at the trendy seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold.
Located on the Suffolk coast, this attractive cottage is ideal for guests wishing to explore both south Norfolk and north Suffolk.
This delightful cottage is ideal for friends and families as there is so much to do in the area.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x 4’ double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over and basin. Separate WC. Kitchen. Dining room (seats 6). Sitting room (seats 6).
About the location
Oulton Broad 2 miles; Somerleyton 6 miles; Norwich 26 miles.
The family resort of Lowestoft is the most easterly point in Great Britain and is situated on the Suffolk coast close to the Norfolk/Suffolk border. It is home to some of the finest Blue Flag beaches in the area and has a range of attractions for all of the family. From the traditional Victorian Seafront Gardens and donkey rides on the beach to the modern roller skating rink at Claremont Pier and Pleasurewood Hills Leisure Park, the town has something for everyone. Lowestoft has a good selection of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, whilst its maritime heritage is celebrated with a number of attractions, including the floating 'Mincarlo' museum on Heritage Quay or the Lowestoft & East Suffolk Maritime Museum. Along the coast is the classical seaside town of Southwold, famed for its beach huts and its traditional pier and Minsmere RSPB reserve. Venture inland to visit the world famous Norfolk Broads and a range of delightful country towns, as well as the medieval city of Norwich with its shops, restaurants, museums, galleries, two cathedrals and a Norman castle. A wonderful place to visit, all year round.