This charming end of terrace fisherman’s cottage has 2 bedrooms – a double and a twin – and is ideal for a family or small group of friends. You can take your furry best friend too, as Coastline Cottage is a dog-friendly holiday home.
The living and dining room has little character features, like the exposed brick fireplace, wood burner and beams. Outside, the courtyard garden has a tranquil seating area where you can take your morning coffee.
Situated on the wonderful coastline, you can enjoy long walks with your canine companion and explore the vast range of activities on offer in the local area.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Flat Screen TV
About Coastline Cottage
This holiday home welcomes one dog and sleeps 4 people. On the first floor there is a double bedroom with a four-poster bed and twin bedroom.
On the ground floor is a bathroom with separate shower cubicle, and a kitchen equipped with an electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine and French doors that open onto the courtyard garden area.
A table and chairs are outside for alfresco lunches. The living room and diner is spacious and has beams, a wood-burning fire, TV and DVD player.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Pakefield, Nr Lowestoft
Coastline Cottage is in Pakefield, a thriving village 2 miles from Lowestoft’s centre. It has its own stretch of sandy beach dotted with fishing boats, and dogs are allowed on this beach all year around. What could be better if you are loking for a dog-friendly place to stay?
Lowestoft is a lively seaside resort loved by all age groups. It’s in the north of Suffolk and being the most easterly town in England, it’s the first to see the sun rise each morning. Lowestoft boasts 2 piers, a theme park, museums and an award-winning long stretch of sand, plus there’s a promenade that reaches all the way to Pakefield village.
Amusements, a theatre, bowling alley and art galleries offer something for everyone to enjoy. Pleasurewood Hills is a theme park with dodgems, roller coasters and carousels plus daily events like the sea lion show and a stunt-ridng act.
Africa Alive, 3 miles from Lowestoft, is a 60-acre parkland where you can see lions, zebra, giraffes and monkeys – around 1000 different animals can be seen in total.
Drive south down the Suffolk Heritage Coast and you reach Southwold. An old-fashioned seaside town with a quiet charm, there’s a working light house, boutique shops, deckchairs and tea shops where you can sample cake. Inland from Lowestoft is the Waveney Valley with miles of beautiful river and some adorable waterside villages.
Take a boat trip on the water – Waveney River Tours are dog friendly and you can book to go on an organised trip or hire a self-drive vessel, the choice is yours. It’s a memorable way to explore the pretty Suffolk Broads and rivers.
If you are looking for a dog-friendly place to stay on the Suffolk coast, then Coastline Cottage is ideal for you. This delightful fisherman’s cottage welcomes pets in with open arms, and it’s walking distance to a beach that allows pooches on the sand all year long.
To really stretch your legs, you can walk the promenade together all the way to Lowestoft. Here you’ll find traditional seaside fun, a couple of piers and a wide choice of places to eat.
Head inland to see the best of the Suffolk waterways, you can even hire a self-drive boat and explore the Waveney River at your own pace. This holiday home has a lovely, spacious living-dining room with a wood-burning fire for colder nights. Curl up on the sofa with your family, and watch a movie on the DVD player or plan your next day’s activities.
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