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How to come on a holiday or short break in Pakefield

A guide to finding a holiday or short break in Pakefield

Holiday in Pakefield

Pakefield is a brilliant place to spend your holiday or break, but sometimes all of the hassle and pain of booking a holiday can really get in the way of enjoying that lovely vacation. That’s why we at LovePakefield have created this wonderful How to Go on Holiday or Spend a Short Break in Pakefield guide, so as to ensure that everything goes smoothly and easily with your trip and stay.

The first step, of course, is to think about when you want to take your Pakefield holiday. No matter what time of the year you decide to visit, our guide to What’s On in Pakefield will keep you entertained with its calender of exciting events across the whole year.

Come on holiday to Pakefield

The next stage on your Pakefield holiday adventure is to decide whereabouts you would like to stay, and there are many lovely and charming little bases from which to explore Pakefield in this idyllic seaside resort. You could, for example, book a room in one of the town’s lovely holiday cottages or could even spend your nights in a splendid Pakefield hotel.

Once you arrive in sunny Pakefield, there’s always a gigantic range of things to do, from seeing a performance at the spectacular Seagull Theatre to taking a tour on the famous Pakefield Celebrity Walk.

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading our guide to booking a holiday in Pakefield, and if you’d like to read more, you can check out our Pakefield Visitors Guide or even follow us on Twitter or FaceBook. No matter what you’re after, Pakefield is sure to give you that extra special holiday in a really wonderful part of the country. Make sure that you book your accommodation soon, though, because there is a great deal of demand for holiday lettings in Pakefield and the surrounding areas. You’ll be sure not to be disappointed!

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June 2, 2014 Posted Under: Pakefield News & Views   Read More

New Move in Campaign Efforts to Stop a Pakefield Tesco Opening

The Pakefield Opposing Tesco (POT) group has won its struggle to get the Tramway Hotel in London Road listed as an asset of community value (ACV), potentially delaying any decisions as to its future.


Tesco is hoping to convert the Hotel into one of its stores despite local opposition, but this latest ruling might mean the community could have the right to bid to buy the Tramway; if it goes on sale, of course. Its owner Enterprise Inns only seems keen to lease the building to Tesco, though, meaning that there are still many obstacles in the way of the POT campaigners.

Nonetheless, POT has seen it as an excellent step in terms of overcoming their Tesco opponents. POT says that a new Tesco Express would harm the area’s existing shops and increase the volume of traffic heading through the town. Now that the Tramway has been listed as an ACV, campaigners will have up to six months for considering whether or not to save the building if it was put up for sale on the market.

July 22, 2014 Posted Under: Pakefield News & Views   Read More

Pakefield Writer and Director Nominated for BAFTA

John Hales, a resident of Pakefield and a newly established freelance film writer and director, is in the running for a BAFTA thanks to his work directing and writing his new film, Passengers.


Telling the story of a group of boys who run over a young nurse on the way to a music festival and are then stalked by a vindictive killer, Passengers has already received wide critical acclaim. Mr Hales, 44, had been involved with the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield for 36 years, but had to stand down eight months ago and turn to freelance writing and directing after suffering from two heart attacks.

Unbeknownst to Mr Hales, a representative from BAFTA was secretly present at a cast and crew screening of Passengers and nominated the director and screenwriter for the award a few days later. Now, Mr Hales’ Lowestoft-based company, July 14 (named because of the day after his first heart attack on July 13th, 2012) has got a number of things lined up for the coming year, including period drama The High Society, starring Richard E Grant and written by Jonathan Goddard.

June 24, 2014 Posted Under: Pakefield News & Views   Read More

Pakefield Sea View Holiday Cottages Promise to Delight Guests

Why not treat yourself to a trip to sunny Pakefield with a stay in one of these delightful cottages?

Sea View Holiday Cottages in Pakefield in Suffolk

The Sea View Holiday Cottages in Pakefield in Suffolk have everything you need to explore this wonderful section of Suffolk. Boasting immaculate views across the oceans, the cottages give you the best of both seaside and countryside. If you’re after a set of fun activities, nearby Beach Farm Holiday Park is only five minutes away and comes with a heated outdoor swimming pool, kid’s corner and bar. And, of course, the beach is only twenty yards away!

The lovely Sea View Holiday Cottages in Pakefield in Suffolk are also perfectly placed for accessing the nearby Africa Alive! wildlife park and the famous RSPB Minsmere nature reserve, as well as the beautiful and historic towns of Southwold and Lowestoft. If you’re after further details, take a peek at our Pakefield Holiday Cottages page or the Sea View Cottages Hoseasons link.

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