Close Attractions

Bon-Ami Guest House


Sunrise at Zaks


You have to have a coffee, ice cream, donut or the fabulous toastie at Sunrise at Zaks. 

Opens early, catch the sun rise with a nice coffee and cake, sit outside on the sea front chairs and enjoy the unspoilt view of the east coast!

My favourite is the ham and cheese toastie! 

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Sunrise at Zaks

Claremont Pier


Fish and Chips 

Arcades 

Cocktail Bar 

Dance Club 

Great DJ, pool table and balcony bar overlooking the pier and beach. 

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Claremont Pier

Thatch Cafe


Located directly opposite Bon Ami Guest House, the thatch cafe opens at 8am, offering freshly cooked full english breakfast, freshly squeezed orange juice and many many other options for breakfast, lunch and light snacks. 

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Thatch Cafe

East Point Pavillion


Enjoy fantastic food, grab a drink and take in the sea views at Lowestoft’s latest good times spot.

Fanastic Mexican, Pizza's, Oishii Kitchen and Rock the Kasbah


Monday — Saturday
Food served 12pm - 9pm
Bar open 10am-11pm. 

Sunday
Food served 12pm - 6pm
Bar open 10am - 6pm

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East Point Pavillion

Iconic Restaurant


Iconic Lowestoft provides an exciting and unique experience in a relaxed and friendly environment

Great Food, Cockatils and Desserts 

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Iconic Restaurant

Ness Point - the most easterly point in the UK - A must see if your visiting


Ness Point in Lowestoft, the Most Easterly Place in the UK

A great photo opportunity and experience the East Coast at its best. 

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Ness Point - the most easterly point in the UK - A must see if your visiting

Africa Alive - Suffolk Wildlife Park


Africa Alive! Enjoy a walking family safari at one of the UK's largest and most exciting wildlife attractions, set in 80 acres of dramatic coastal parkland.

Explore the sights and sounds of Africa and discover giraffes, rhinos, cheetahs, hyenas and hundreds more African animals and birds.

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Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park


Theme Park for all the family 

The park opens at 10:00am and closes at 5:00pm

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Southwold


Southwold has a range of well-maintained places to visit. The Pier is renowned, and has now been totally renovated, jutting out from the award winning golden beach. The centre of town has a traditional market place, close to some excellent town museums, with the lighthouse dominating the town's skyline.

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Norwich


Norwich, the capital of Norfolk, was once second only to London in importance, growing out of several small Saxon settlements at the lowest fording point along the River Wensum.

Before the Norman Conquest of 1066, Norwich was one of the largest towns in England. The conquerors built a castle and a cathedral, and established a new market place which is still in use today.


Royal Naval Patrol Service


The Museum is located in 'The Stannard Room', on the first floor (the floor above the ground floor) and 'The Europa Room' (behind the War Memorial Museum) which includes the 'slops' shop, in some of the original buildings in Sparrow's Nest, Lowestoft.

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Maritime Museum


Anyone with an interest in the sea and ships should steer a steady course for Britain's most easterly museum under the lighthouse on Whapload Road. Open daily from May to September, Lowestoft Maritime Museum specialises in the history of the Lowestoft fishing fleet, from early sail to steam and through to the modern diesel-powered vessels.

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Minsmere Nature Reserve


Set on the beautiful Suffolk coast, Minsmere offers both families and birdwatchers an enjoyable day out. Nature trails take you through a variety of habitats to the excellent birdwatching hides. In the summer you can watch avocets and marsh harriers or hear booming bitterns. On the beach, a special area is cordoned off to protect nesting little terns.

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Norfolk Broads


The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads is a unique area of water, grazing marshes, fen and woodland, and home to some of the rarest plants and creatures in the UK. It is Britain's largest protected wetland, having similar status to a national park.

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