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About Kessingland

Kessingland is a former fishing village situated four miles South of Lowestoft, and was once rumoured to be the richest village in England. 

Kessingland has its own version of the Loch Ness monster, with reports as far back as 1750 of a 'serpent-like' creature being sighted off the coastline. One account described the creature as being about five feet long above the water and with head of a dog and the mane of a lion. It was last sighted in 1978 by a holidaymaker.

It is very quiet but has an excellent bus service between Lowestoft and Kessingland, and shops providing all basic amenities including :-

 

grocers
post office
public house
chemist
various 'take-aways' including a fish and chip restaurant. 
 

It is an ideal spot for a relaxing family holiday, and is ideally located to for visits to the many attractions in the surrounding area.
Norfold Broads at sunset
Our bungalow is located on the coast at Kessingland and is a stone's throw from the award-winning beach. 

Children can safely play either on the beach or the lawned grounds of the bungalow.