Overlooking the sea, come & enjoy Lowestoft’s rising sun at the Sandcastle.
The Sandcastle guest house enjoys a great sea front position overlooking Lowestoft’s Award Winning Beach. It’s a gracious Victorian house, built in 1847 by Sir Morton Peto, who brought the railway to Lowestoft, and then set about developing the town, harbour & sea-front. This Lowestoft guest house opened in 1997 and has a happy feel about it, with bright, light and airy rooms; each room individually decorated and furnished. Tony and Susie Gittins are the owners and they have brought to this ‘bed & breakfast’ business a wealth of experience in the hospitality industry including several winters of running ski chalets in the French Alps. The easy going, informal atmosphere of the ski slopes has almost been recreated here, only replacing snow and ice with sea and sand. Their aim is to ensure the comfort and well being of their guests and making sure they will wish to return to the Sandcastle guest house next time they are looking for a guest house on the Suffolk coast.