Sea view house updated 2018 4 bedroom house rental in lowestoft with patio and internet access – tripadvisor gas blower will not start

This modern, spacious corner house in Pakefield enjoys a quiet position with fantastic views of the sea and the mediaeval church opposite. The sand and pebble beach in front is only a few steps away. Pakefield is a quiet village just south of Lowestoft, a traditional sea side resort, with wide, sandy award winning beaches. These are within easy walking distance along the sea promenade lined with colourful beach huts. Lowestoft is also the home of the Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park. A short drive takes you along the beautiful Suffolk heritage coast to Southwold, Walberswick, Minsmere, Dunwich and Aldeburgh. Norwich with its shops and historic attractions is within easy reach by car or train. Oulton Broad, 2 miles, offers excellent facilities for boat trips on the Norfolk Broads. Shops 200 yards, pubs 100 yards. Parking at the rear of the house in a quiet cul-de-sac (off-road). The house has been let as a holiday cottage on this website for the last 6 years, but has recently changed ownership. Although much of the house remains unchanged, we’ve taken the opportunity to introduce some new settees and other items of furniture for your comfort. A bright and spacious open plan kitchen/diner leads to a ground floor twin bedroom with ensuite bathroom (=shower room). There are two lounges at the front of the house. The original lounge has a flat-screen 30′ TV, gas fire, comfortable 3-seater settee, coffee table, book case and two armchairs. The sun lounge (part of the extension) has large windows on two sides, which make it a lovely bright place both winter and summer to relax in and enjoy the views. The sun lounge is furnished with two two-seater settees, a small book case and a large doll’s house for children to play with. Upstairs, there is a bathroom with a bath and electric shower. The twin bedroom at the rear of the house contains a pine wardrobe, pine chest of drawers and blackout curtains to help any little ones get off to sleep. The front bedroom contains a double bed in which you will wake up to a view across the sea. A great place for breakfast in bed! It has a small built-in wardrobe, set of drawers, bedside cabinets and black-out curtains.The single bedroom at the front of the house (with sea view) has a built-in wardrobe at the foot of the bed and a bedside cabinet. The house is carpeted upstairs (except for the bathroom) with wood-effect flooring downstairs. Wi-Fi, Freeview and a selection of books, games and toys for young children are all supplied for your enjoyment. New gas central heating in all rooms provide comfort and warmth in winter months. Ample parking space. Although the house is not fully adapted for wheelchair users, it should be suitable for people with limited mobility when using the bedroom and bathroom downstairs. There is ramp access for wheelchair users from the garden to the rear of the house. Please contact the owner to check the suitability of the property if in any doubt. The house is surrounded by a large secure private garden, equipped with wooden garden furniture. Cot and high chair available (please specify); please bring your own cot bedding WE ARE OFTEN HAPPY TO BE FLEXIBLE ON DATES AND NEGOTIATE SHORT BREAKS; PLEASE SEE THE PRICE LIST FOR MORE DETAILS

Pakefield is a small, peaceful village, just south of the larger town of Lowestoft, with its golden sandy beaches. The two places are joined by a sea front esplanade, lined with beach huts, which makes for a pleasant stroll. The beach towards Kessingland has a very different atmosphere, as no houses line the wild cliffs. When one is not on the beach, the area has plenty of other things on offer for all ages. Taking a trip to Norwich by train is an experience in itself as the train route takes you through idyllic unspoilt countryside. There are picturesque villages and towns to explore. Nearby ‘Africa Alive’ wildlife park (3 miles) and ‘Pleasurewood Hills’ theme park (5 miles) are two of Suffolk’s top rated attractions. Crabbing is a popular pastime at the harbour mouth of the picturesque villages of Walberswick and Southwold. During the summer holidays, Southwold also has a ‘maize maze’ with play area, which makes for a great outing. Dunwich Heath (National Trust) is a good place for walking, with trails for children and even free geocaching on offer. Slightly further afield, there is Fritton Lake Adventure park, which offers land and water based adventurous and sporting activities, Bewilderwood and Pettits Animal Adventure Park, Somerleyton Hall, and the Oasis Camel Centre. To entertain the children at times of wet weather, there are two indoor play centres locally, and a roller skating centre on the pier. Oulton Broad offers excellent facilities for boat trips on the Norfolk Broads (2 miles). For bird watchers, there are many interesting places, such as Westleton Heath, Walberswick, Sizewell Belts, Walberswick Minsmere, Dunwhich Heath, Blyth Estuary, Benacre Broad. Because of the variety of landscapes (shingle beaches, inter-tidal mud flats, grazing and coastal marshes, heathland and woodland) one can expect a huge variety of different birds with over three hundred species in the area’s checklist, amongst which are the avocet, bearded tit, bittern, and marsh harriers.