Sitting atop some off Suffolk's most dramatic coastline atop the cliffs, Pakefield is a thriving village, close enough to Lowestoft for access to many Suffolk attractions, and yet self-contained enough for a great weekend hideaway. You can explore the rich history of St. Margaret's & All Saints Church, or head down to the beach, dotted with fishing boats and accessible from several points from the village.
Pakefield most likely gets its name from Pacca's or Pagga's field, named after a local landowner. What was a small community of around 300 people in the early 19C now has more than five times that number, a quiet haven south of nearby bustling Lowestoft.
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