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Lowestoft Centre

Lowestoft Centre

Lowestoft, the most easterly town in the United Kingdom, was established as a fishing village in the early 14th century but the decline in the fishing area has seen a substantial decrease in the number of vessels fishing from our town. It now has a thriving tourist industry with close links with Great Yarmouth making it a popular holiday destination for holidaymakers. The town prides itself on having won the European blue flags for the cleanliness of its beaches. It receives many thousands of visitors each year, the busiest time being over the two-day air show, where 450,000 were in attendance over the two-day period in July 2001.

Pleasurewood Hills Leisure Park

Pleasurewood Hills Leisure Park

Pleasurewood Hills Leisure Park - Lowestoft - 2.85 miles Guest House in Lowesoft With a fantastic range of rides, some superb shows and a convenient location, Pleasurewood Hills offer everything for a great group day out in Suffolk. Located just off the A12 between Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, Pleasurewood Hills has all-age appeal. For the dare devils there are white-knuckle rides but there's also plenty to do for those with more peaceful pursuits in mind and with three shows included in the entrance price, it also offers great value. Pleasurewood Hills is best known as a family theme park set in an attractive large woodland setting.

Caldecott Hall Golf Club

Caldecott Hall Golf Club

Caldecott Hall Golf Club - Fritton - 7.23 miles Lowesoft Guest House Caldecott Hall is a popular venue with a range of good facilities which offer a pleasant day out to members and visitors. As well as the 18 hole golf course, there's an interesting par three course which demands the use of a range of clubs. The golf course is configured as two loops of nine holes eminating from the clubhouse and is inviting with views from the first tee over much of the opening nine holes which is set on undulating land. The clubhouse is converted 18th century Grade II listed barn and has adjoining changing rooms with oak lockers. The resident professional is on hand for individual or group tuition whilst the Pro Shop is competitively equipped for all your needs.

Great Yarmouth Centre

Great Yarmouth Centre

Great Yarmouth Centre - 9.18 miles Guest House Suffolk Great Yarmouth has attracted visitors for 900 years but the seaside has been the main attraction for only 200, so behind the glamour, glitter and bright lights that make Great Yarmouth one of the UK's most popular seaside resorts is a town steeped in history. Great Yarmouth was one of the wealthiest towns in Britain because of its prosperous herring industry and in 1724 Daniel Defoesaid Great Yarmouth had "the finest quay in England, if notin Europe". The Town Wall built between 1261 and 1400 ranks amongst the best in the country as most of the wall and towers still survive. Great Yarmouth has eight museums.

Berney Arms Windmill

Berney Arms Windmill

Berney Arms Windmill - Norfolk - 8.6 miles Guest House Lowesoft One of Norfolk’s best and largest extant marsh mills, built to grind a constituent of cement and, in use until 1951, finally pumping water to drain surrounding marshland.

Transport Museum http://WWW.EATM.ORGF.UK Maritime Museum http://WWW.LOWESTOFTMARITIMEMUSEUM.ORG.UK Yesterday World http://WWW.YESTERDAYSWORLD.CO.UK Marina Theatre http://WWW.MARINATHEATRE.CO.UK The Seagull Theatre http://WWW.THEESAGULL.CO.UK The Players Theatre http://WWW.LOWESTOFTPLAYERS.CO.UK These are just some of the things and places you can visit, if that’s not enough you can always pop into town, and visit our super shopping centre, or hop on the train and go into Norwich, or Ipswich, the trains run hourly or maybe take a Bus to Beccles, Bungay, Southwold ,or Oulton Broad the choice is yours. It’s all here.

 
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