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Kessingland Beach Holiday Park
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Tel code: 01502 | code search
Postcode: NR33 | code search
Population: 4300
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Heathland Beach Caravan Park
"Well kept, tidy site. Level pitches, electric and water hookups. Road on touring field is one-way. Bar on site with large conservatory which housed children's entertainer ("magician") on one ..." More

Heathland Beach Caravan Park
"Well kept, tidy site. Level pitches, electric and water hookups. Road on touring field is one-way. Bar on site with large conservatory which housed children's entertainer ("magician") on one ..." More

"we thought the livingstones restaurant in kessingland suffolk was very nice excellent service food was well cooked and plenty of it the staff were very friendly and very efficient very ..." More

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Kessingland is a village in Suffolk, about 4 miles south of Lowestoft and 7 miles north of the resort of Southwold. Palaeolithic and Neolithic implements have been found here and the remains of an ancient forest lie buried on the seabed. Kessingland is a former fishing village. Today the marshland has taken over after shingle beds silted up the estuary. St.Edmund church also fell into ruin until it was rebuilt in the 16th century. Much of the town was swept into the sea in the 19th century. The village was for many years split into two parts 'the Street' and the 'Beach'. In the 1960's a new estate was built, effectively joining the two areas together. The writer Henry Rider Haggard bought a holiday home in Kessingland and tried to stop sea erosion by planting maram grass. Lord of the Manor, George Staunton, planted lupin plants along the cliffs and shingle for the same reason. Both plant species are still in effective abundance today. Holiday camps and caravan sites are situated in and around Kessingland. There is also a Wildlife Park, Africa Alive, on the southern edge of the village. Kessingland has three pubs, The Kings Head and The Queens Head on the High Street and The Sailor’s Home.


Kessingland Beach


Heathland Beach Caravan Park
Kessingland Beach Holiday Park

Holiday Park

Alandale Park
Kessingland Beach Holiday Park

Pub and Bar

Kings Head & Grill
Queens Head
Sailors Home


Kings Head & Grill
The Waterfront


Kessingland C of E Primary School
Pakefield Primary School


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Britten House (3.01 miles)

Britten House

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With unobstructed sea views and a prime seafront position, this magnificent Victorian town house is the birthplace and family home of composer Benjamin Britten. Following total renovation in 2007, Britten House exudes ... More

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Hotel Victoria (3.03 miles)

Hotel Victoria

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With panoramic sea views of Lowestoft’s award winning beaches, the Hotel Victoria offers premier hospitality with easy access for business or leisure activities. Our Salute restaurant, with exceptional sea views, offers a ... More

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Royal Court Hotel (3.38 miles)

Royal Court Hotel

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This comfortable, affordable hotel is situated close to Lowestoft city centre, with excellent access to the attractions and award winning beaches of the East Coast. Ideal for both holiday ... More

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Winelodge (3.40 miles)


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Winelodge is a brand new contemporary hotel offering well appointed, hi-tech and stylish accommodation. All rooms have en-suite facilities, LCD Televisions and FREE high speed internet access with Suites ... More

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Ivy House Country Hotel (3.55 miles)

Ivy House Country Hotel

Tucked away down a leafy driveway nestling beside Oulton Broad. Ivy House Country Hotel is a mixture of sympathetic conversion of farm buildings and new buildings in the vernacular. Attention to detail is evident at ... More | visit website

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Winelodge Suites & Apartments (3.77 miles)

Winelodge Suites & Apartments

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Winelodge Suites are stylish, modern apartments in Oulton Broad. This dockside location has views of the wharf. Enjoy stylish, fully equipped kitchens and 42-inch plasma-screen TVs. In the Oulton Broad ... More

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Wherry Hotel (3.81 miles)

Wherry Hotel

Situated on the shores of Oulton Broad, offering exceptional views over the Broad. Ideal for touring around the beautiful area or just for relaxing and enjoying the breathtaking views. There are two bars at this ... More | visit website

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MJB Apartments Oulton Broad (3.94 miles)

MJB Apartments Oulton Broad

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Flat 4 Oulton Broad is a 2 Bed Apartment, 1 double room and 1 single room. The apartment has an open plan lounge/kitchen/diner and is fully furnished with a fully ... More

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Camps Heath Barn (4.03 miles)

Camps Heath Barn
The recently converted barn provides a charming mix of traditional and modern, with spacious accommodation comprising of 6 self contained double rooms and two self contained family rooms (two linked double rooms with ensuite). Guests ... More | visit website
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Waveney River Centre (4.81 miles)

Waveney River Centre

Waveney River Centre is the Broads' multi-award winning Holiday Park & Marina, set in the beautiful surroundings of South Norfolk's Waveney Valley, with stunning south and west facing views across marshes and river.

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