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Property Ref:C2176

Sea View Place is a dog friendly, former fisherman’s cottage ideally situated in the sought after village of Pakefield in Lowestoft, just a stone's throw from the beautiful Suffolk coastline.

Property Ref: C2176

Bedrooms: 2
Sleeps: 4
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: Yes
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: Yes
Double Glazing: Yes
Central Heating: Yes
Passes Included: N/A
Short Breaks: Yes

Sea View Place is a pet friendly, former fisherman’s two bedroom holiday cottage ideally situated in the sought after village of Pakefield in Lowestoft, just a stone's throw from the beautiful Suffolk coastline.

The ground floor of the cottage consists of open plan lounge/dining area, with a fully equipped kitchen and cloakroom with WC and wash basin to the rear. The cloakroom also houses a washing machine.

The first floor has a large bedroom to the front with king size bed, a twin bedroom, plus bathroom to the rear consisting of separate shower cubicle, free-standing roll top bath, Victorian style wash basin and WC.

Patio doors leading from the dining area takes you out into the enclosed courtyard garden which has seating and a BBQ.

Along with the beach you have the choice of 3 pubs (all offering good food) right on your doorstep, along with a Co-op, post office, fish and chip shop, plus Chinese, Indian and kebab takeaways offering delivery and all within a 10 minute walk.

There is also a Morrisons only a five minute drive away.

There are 2 adult mountain bikes free to use if required.

We offer a full linen and towel package as well as complimentary teas, coffes, biscuits and bottle of wine.

A hair dryer, iron, ironing board and travel cot are also available.

Please note well behaved dogs are welcome and are charged £10 per dog.

A £50 security bond (returnable once the cottage has been checked) is also required.

A £50 deposit will secure your booking and payment can be made in installments.

  On Site Locally
Amusements   Yes, Local Area
Bar   Yes, Local Area
BBQ Yes On Site  
Beach   Yes, Local Area
Children's Entertainment   Yes, Local Area
Fishing   Yes, Local Area
Grocery Store   Yes, Local Area
Gym   Yes, Local Area
Laundry Facilities   Yes, Local Area
Live Entertainment   Yes, Local Area
Playground   Yes, Local Area
Restaurant   Yes, Local Area
Snooker/Pool   Yes, Local Area
Swimming Pool   Yes, Local Area
Take Away   Yes, Local Area
Wi-Fi Yes On Site Yes, Local Area

Any date periods marked in red are special offer late deals

From To Nights Price Availability Notes
Fri 29 May 2020 Sat 06 Jun 2020 £95.00 Available Price per Night
Sun 07 Jun 2020 Mon 06 Jul 2020 1 £85.00 Available Price per Night
Tue 07 Jul 2020 Fri 14 Aug 2020 39 £ Booked Booked
Sat 15 Aug 2020 Sun 06 Sep 2020 £107.00 Available Price per Night
Mon 07 Sep 2020 Fri 11 Sep 2020 £70.00 Available Price per Night
Sat 12 Sep 2020 Wed 16 Sep 2020 4 £ Booked Booked
Wed 16 Sep 2020 Wed 21 Oct 2020 £70.00 Available Price per Night
Thu 22 Oct 2020 Sun 01 Nov 2020 £75.00 Available Price per Night
Mon 02 Nov 2020 Fri 18 Dec 2020 £ Available Price per Night
Sat 19 Dec 2020 Sun 03 Jan 2021 £99.00 Available Price per Night

About the Area


Located on the most easterly point of the British coastline, Lowestoft provides an ideal holiday location for people of all ages. It is also within walking distance, along a traffic free promenade or about a ten minute drive.

With a mix of sandy beaches, pleasant gardens, promenade and quality attractions this former fishing town is an idyllic beach setting for a holiday getaway.

The Victorian gardens set back from the beach provides the perfect place to relax, with its small lake, bowling green and thatched roof restaurant.

The town centre and seafront have seen several changes in recent years to make them more appealing and accessible to visitors.

The town’s high street provides a wide selection of shops and cafés, while being one of the most historical parts of the town.

With the Heritage Quay and the Maritime Museum, visitors will be able to see the town’s close connection with the sea, and also take the opportunity to buy locally caught fish, either from one of the merchants or the local smoke house.

Heading away from the beach, the town is surrounded by a wide range of attractions, ranging from museums, wildlife parks, the Norfolk Broads and Southwold, with its famous pier, to name but a few.

The marina theatre provides a number of quality shows throughout the year and a seasonal panto every Christmas.

For the more adventurous there are coastal walks, horse riding along the beach or kite boarding.

Property Ref: C2176

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