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Lowestoft Restaurants

Why should I visit lowestoft and are there any good restaurants there?

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Bit of a random question! Lowestoft wouldnt be my first choice of destination, but I guess that depends on what you are going for?

As for restaurants im not sure but have a look here.


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This site gives a fairly comprehensive overview of what there is in Lowestoft, plus some interesting historical background.


I haven't been there for years, but I liked it when I was there. It's a 'working' town as well as a tourist destination, and I always think that makes a place more interesting. There are some great places to visit nearby too, such as Southwold and Walberswick, and a wealth of pretty villages inland.

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Lowestoft is great place to visit if you enjoy great beaches and want a good central location as a base to visit other areas......There are 2 theatres "The Marina" which is in the main High Street and "The Seagull" which is in Pakefield where you can catch a good show. For the kids, there is Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park..... Ok it is not Thorpe Park or Alton Towers but it is a great day out...There is "Africa Alive" wildlife park situated in Kessingland and for the rainy days there is a good 10 pin bowling alley for families and "Pirate Pete's indoor Adventure play area for the younger ones...Lowestoft is also situated only 10 miles from Great Yarmouth where there is a great Pleasure Beach, numerous arcades, mini golf, a Sealife Centre and all the other things you would associate with a large seaside resort....... As for restaurants I would reccomend heading into Oulton Broad and trying out the "Red Herring" or "The Blue Boar" in Oulton Village. For good value places to eat just off the seafront, try heading for "The Harbour" just by the bridge or "The Winelodge which is situated a little more South heading towards Pakefield (near the KFC).

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Meg x x x

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Hi there

I agree with everything that Meg says and the beaches are really fantastic - lots of lovely sand. Another good reason to visit is the Lowestoft Seafront Air Festival, this week on Thursday July 23rd and Friday July 24th - see suffolktouristguide.com/Lowestoft/Lowestoft_…

for more details, followed on 25/26th by Honda Formula 4 stoke Powerboat series (http://www.suffolktouristguide.com/Suffolk-Festivals.asp#Honda Formula 4). These amount to pretty unique and unbeatable reasons to visit Lowestoft surely?!

All best

Sarah Q

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