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Gold or silver? Take your pick from the royally kitted-out static caravans at Beach Farm Park in Pakefield. If you have a mini palace of your own, bring your caravan or tourer to this well-manicured site.
This park knows how to make a holiday totally carefree: six acres of green, flat land including well-laid out hardstanding pitches, and all within a stone’s throw of the beach. The hardstanding pitches come with access to an exclusive shower facility, while all guests can jump into the on-site heated outdoor pool (open when the weather allows) with surrounding picnic tables, parasols and sun loungers. The Castle Bar complete with pool table and dance floor (opening times vary), and beer garden with play area to keep the kids happy while you kick back, mean that you needn't even leave the site to find plenty to entertain everyone.
But as Beach Farm is on Suffolk’s Heritage Coast, we’re sure the sea and sand will be beckoning you to the beach on more than a few occasions. This suntrap of a spot enjoys hundreds of hours of sunshine a year, so pack the bucket and spade (and the factor 50) and set up camp on one of the area’s award-winning beaches to make the most of it while you're here.
Once back at base, the outdoor accommodation at Beach Farm Park is fit for a king. The Silver and Gold static homes showcase their own private verandahs with outdoor furniture (for dining at its best-o: alfresco) and comfy twin and double rooms which come with bedding. The lounge with TV and Freeview, private shower room, heating, double glazing and fully-fitted kitchen with microwave and oven mean you needn’t lug anything but yourself from your carriage to the front door (although parking is available next to your abode, in case you did pack the kitchen sink).
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However, where the pitch or accommodation occupancy allows it, you can make a booking for up to 30 adults and 30 children in one booking.
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Large groups: check the listing page for any group restrictions set out in the terms and section titled ‘Please note’.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
- Coach stations
Lowestoft: Britten Centre Bus Station — 2.4 miles
2.4 miles Beccles: Old Market Coach Stop — 6.9 miles
6.9 miles Gorleston: James Paget Hospital Coach Stop — 7.9 miles
- Train stations
Oulton Broad South Rail Station — 1.8 miles
1.8 miles Lowestoft Rail Station — 2.2 miles
2.2 miles Oulton Broad North Rail Station — 2.2 miles
- Ferry ports
Southwold Ferry Landing — 9.3 miles
9.3 miles Walberswick Ferry Landing — 9.4 miles
9.4 miles Reedham Ferry South — 10.6 miles
Norwich International Airport — 24.4 miles
From Norwich: take the second exit off the large roundabout at A12 into Arbor Lane - we are approximately 100 yards on the right.
From London: take the fourth exit off the large roundabout at A12 into Arbor Lane - we are approximately 100 yards on the right.
From Lowestoft: from the central railway station, travel towards Ipswich for about two miles and take the Arbor Lane exit off the large roundabout at Pakefield.
We are approx. 500 yards from the bus stops at Pakefield School and Morrisons supermarket.
Bordering Suffolk and Norfolk, Pakefield, on the clifftops just two miles from Lowestoft, is close to the Broads National Park and Fritton Lake, perfect for getting out on your wheels for bike rides, pulling on your comfies to enjoy walks for all levels, or even getting active with boating, kayaking, archery, orienteering or bushcraft activities (the list goes on).
Celeb spotters can take to Pakefield for a guided ‘celebrity walk’ - highlighting Pakefield’s most noteworthy residents; the Seagull Theatre and Ferini Gallery, which will entertain artsy types; and as a family holiday wouldn’t be complete without some lighthearted competition, bowling and roller skating is also on offer.
The fishing village of Kessingland - popular with archaeologists who flock here to forage on the beach where an ancient forest used to lie - is just two and half miles south and ideal for avid historians. The restaurants serve some fintastic fish dishes too - we’re not even squidding. Still hankering for more history? The historic market towns of Beccles (20 minutes by car), Bungay, and the Roman settlement of Halesworth (both around half an hour away), offer a farmers’ market, the ruins of Bigod’s Castle, and a medieval church with a 44-acre Millennium Green respectively.
Kids in tow? Then it is with pleasure that we inform you that Pleasurewood Hills, packed with rides and attractions, is just six miles north, while young explorers will be purring with delight at a day out at Africa Alive (a walking safari set in 100 acres with giraffes, chimps and cheetahs) just two miles away. Can’t decide between the two? Pettits Animal Adventure Park (an hour’s drive) has entertainment, rides, and plenty of animals and birds to please even the pickiest little holidaymaker.
Aside from the sandy beach and famous pier at Great Yarmouth (just 13 miles north), the town offers other all-year-round attractions including crazy golf, award-winning museums and a seaside race track. Tearooms, cafés, pubs and restaurants are in abundance, while for an evening with a real bang, Yarmouth Stadium has greyhound or stock car racing - just a few reasons why they call this place ‘great’...
- Somerleyton Hall and Gardens (5.6 miles)
- Fritton Lake Country World (7.4 miles)
- Pleasure Beach (10.3 miles)
- Elizabethan House Museum (10.9 miles)
- Horsey Windpump (21.1 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.