Holiday Flat for rental with stunning sea views. Recently renovated spacious two bedroomed flat, on the second floor of this fine Victorian terrace with unrestricted sea views. Watch the sun rise over the sea at the most easterly point in Britain! Less than two minutes walk away from sandy beaches, also close to shops and restaurants.Sleeps up to 5 adults, or up to 6 people including children. Accommodation comprises large Living/Dining room, separate kitchen, hallway, bathroom and two bedrooms.Available to rent on a weekly basis (Saturday to Saturday) during the summer months (June to September), or for short breaks of at least 2 nights at other times. TV/DVD and WiFi included No smoking. Sorry no pets. No all male parties, or renters under 21. Large Living room/Dining Room. This room has large windows giving great views of the sea. There is a 3 seater sofa and 2 seater sofa bed, Dining table with 6 chairs, TV, DVD player, fireplace with electric fire, also separate electric convector heater.The sofa bed unfolds to reveal a superior quality mattress for additional sleeping capacity - this will comfortably sleep one adult or two children.Kitchen. This leads off the Living room and also has a window to the front of the property enjoying sea views. New kitchen fitted including electric cooker, fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster. There is also a small table in here with three stools.Inner hall connects the other rooms, and also has the 'front door' to the flat (which opens off the second storey communal landing of the property). There is storage here for items such as ironing board and hoover, coat hooks on the wall, and a full length mirror. Bathroom off the inner hall fitted, with WC, Bath with electric shower over the bath, and Washbasin. It contains airing cupboard with immersion heater (which provides the hot water for the flat). Electric blown air heater. The two bedrooms are off the inner hall at the back of the property:Bedroom 1 Has a Victorian cast iron and brass double bedstead. Electric convector heater. (sleeps 2) Bedroom 2 Has a set of bunk beds. Electric convector heater. (sleeps 2) All bedlinen is provided, but you need to bring your own towels/tea towels etc. WiFi installed. Parking is on the street outside of the flat and is free.
Lowestoft is a big enough town to have all sorts of transport links. Some guests arrive on the train and it is a 15 minute walk to the apartment from the station. We are very happy to collect your luggage from the station so you can stroll along the seafront to take in the sea air and recover from your journey. A popular route is Ryanair to Stansted and then hire a car. There are about 4 buses a day from London Victoria and again we can meet you at Lowestoft bus station and help with luggage. It is a long bus journey as the horses have to be changed (not really!) 4 hours! There is a train service to Norwich or to Ipswich and both connect to London trains. So London to Lowestoft on the train is about 2 hours.A car is useful but Lowestoft is full of regular local buses to all the villages and towns and cities (Norwich, London, Cambridge) so you will not be stuck for transport.Please note we are often asked how easy is it to get to London. It is quite a long trip and we suggest if you want to see London spend a few days in a reasonably priced hotel either before you travel to us or on your journey home. Allow plenty of time on Britains roads they are unbelievably busy at times particularly around the M25/Dartford crossing
There is so much to do in this area that you will have little time to get bored. In general in the east we have dry summers and this makes the beach the number one attraction. There are many activities such as boat trips, bike rides, horse riding, golf, surfing, wind surfing etc. The area has a large number of museums and stately homes to visit as well as many medieval villages and towns. In the apartment I have put together 3 thick folders of information ranging from attractions - zoos, shopping, food, parking, timetables, how to have a day in London