Pakefield is in north Suffolk, a county of big skies, charming villages, market towns and a stunning coastline that is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Pakefield is also first to see the sunrise as it is sits of the most easterly point of the UK.
Pakefield is a real gem on the Suffolk sunrise coast with it's coastal village charm and spectacular sunrises over the sea. Sitting on top of the cliffs nestled in the picturesque curve of the bay, with the historic church sitting proudly above a cluster of local fishing boats and huts on the beach below.
Once a small fishing village, Pakefield has a laid back atmosphere and is ever popular due to it's cafes, pubs, restaurants, theatre and art gallery.
The stunning unspoilt beach with its sand dunes and pretty coloured beach huts lining the promenade, draws beach lovers and dog walkers from far and wide.
Pakefield has more than enough to keep you entertained for a short break and is a perfect base for exploring the surrounding area.