Pebble Cottage in Pakefield has a new beach hut - you should see it!


Pebble Cottage and its new beach hut

As if there isn't enough good reasons to visit Suffolk's glorious east coast, Pebble Cottage has just given you another reason to spend a few days by the sea; Pebble Cottage has just had a brand new beach hut installed at the end of its private garden, with some tremendous views out over the beach and sea at Pakefield.

The beach hut at Pebble Cottage You can sit inside, or outside, the beach hut at Pakefield's Beach Cottage

Pebble Cottage

Pebble Cottage is a traditional fisherman's cottage - built in the early 1800s. A few years ago Chris and Lynsay Read purchased the cottage and transformed Pebble Cottage into this fantastic holiday cottage. Perfect for a couple to explore the east coast, or for a family holiday, Pebble Cottage sleeps 4 people in 2 bedrooms.

To add to your holiday enjoyment, the newly installed beach hut really helps you to make the most of some al fresco living for a few days. If the weather is inclement, and you may find this hard to believe, sunny Lowestoft isn't always sunny, you can always retreat into the beach hut and get the kettle on!

The sea views from inside the beach hut at Pebble Cottage Inside the beach hut, with the Suffolk sea views

Sea views at Pebble Cottage

Pebble Cottage is only yards from the coastal path, with the garden looking out over the sea. And it's at the end of the garden you'll find that beach hut. Nicely furnished and nicely positioned - this is the place to sit and while away a few hours in the Suffolk sun.

Blue skies above the beach hut at Pebble Cottage in Suffolk The fresh beach hut at the end of Pebble Cottage's lawned garden - with sea views


Should you fancy a few days at Pebble Cottage, and that beach hut, have a look at the Pebble Cottage Availability - or email Chris for more information.

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