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Many of our guests sign our visitors book when staying at our Bed and Breakfast. Some of their comments are listed below:
"Many many thanks for excellent food, comfort and little chats."
"We feel very privileged to have stayed with Chris and Carole. We have had a wonderful time with them."
"Thank you for looking after us so well. The room was lovely and the surroundings were great."
"Many thanks for our relaxing stay and your hospitality. We will be back."
"Thank you for a lovely stay everything was perfect."
"We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, every thing was superb especially the cooking."
our lowestoft bed and breakfast Location
our lowestoft Location
Our Bed and Breakfast is ideally situated for Southwold, The Broads, Lowestoft, Norwich, and The Heritage Coast.
Kessingland is the most easterly village in Britain and once boasted to be the richest. Today it is probably best known for its long wide beach and its wildlife park.
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A taste of the past the old master bedroom of the Rectory, tastefully decorated in pale pink with a king size bed dressed to impress. Relax on the sofa in the triple aspect bay window and enjoy the views down into the stunning gardens. The room has TV, Freeview, dvd player, radio alarm clock and hair dryer.
You will find a fruit bowl, chocolates and a well stocked hospitality tray for your enjoyment. The soft fluffy robes and slippers will help you unwind. The large en-suite shower room with its array of towels and toiletries adds to your comfort and makes this the perfect place to stay.
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This good size double room is decorated in sumptuous red and gold. The stunning wooden bed is piled with pillows and cushions for your comfort. The view from your window is of the formal garden where you can often see deer eating the roses!
The comfortable sofa TV, Freeview, DVD Player offers a cosy alternative to the garden. A well stocked hospitality tray, fruit bowl and chocolates all help to enhance your stay. Soft fluffy robes, slippers, towels and toiletries in your en-suite shower room complete the experience.
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lowestoft bed and breakfast
This pretty blue room can be a twin or large double. It has views over the front formal garden and rockery. A great place to wake up and watch the deer, squirrel and birds galore. Coastal water colours of the area give this room a tranquil nautical feel. Relax on the sofa and enjoy the TV, Freeview, DVD player or make the most of the well stocked hospitality tray, fruit bowl and chocolates. A Hair dryer, clock radio alarm robes and slippers are all on hand to make your stay as stress free as possible. Also included an enormous luxury bathroom with the " wow factor" as one guest said " it's bigger than most peoples bedrooms. The large welcoming bath and separate shower are just what you need at the end of a busy day.
all about the bed and breakfast accommodation near lowestoft
about the bed and breakfast near lowestoft
Chris and Carole Richardson invite you to relax, unwind and be spoilt at their beautiful Grade 2 listed Bed and Breakfast near Lowestoft. Set amidst two acres of award winning garden for you to explore and enjoy.
We take pride in the service we provide and aim to make your stay at our bed and breakfast as pleasurable as possible.
Each of our rooms are tastefully decorated and furnished with antiques in keeping with the property.
We grow our own vegetables, keep happy hens for our eggs and aim to source our produce responsibly and as close to home as we possibly can.
lowestoft bed and breakfast access statement
bed and breakfast access statement lowestoft
The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast near Lowesoft is a Grade 2 listed property not ideally suited to guests with limited mobility. We have three rooms all on the first floor with the dining room on the ground floor.
The Bed and Breakfast is reached via a long shingle drive. The entrance is flag stone with a number of small step/lips, then a step up into the entrance hall. The dining room is on this level and also the beautiful staircases with a run of 13 steps a landing with a turn and another 5 steps.
Guests are welcome to enjoy the award winning gardens, summer house and seating areas but the lawns, paths etc. may be uneven, we have slopes, steps and a pond which add to the appeal of the garden but may cause problems for some guests.