Discover Lowestoft on Valentine’s DayLowestoft
As Valentine’s Day fast approaches a visit to Lowestoft can help make the day extra special for the love of your life. With plenty of places to Love, Shop, Stay, Eat and Play our guide below will help you Discover Lowestoft on Valentine’s Day.
Love at first light
What can be more romantic than waking up and being the first to see the sun rise; the red and orange sky from the UK’s most easterly point provides a breath-taking view for you and yours to enjoy.
A stroll along the seafront at sunrise enjoying the morning dawn chorus can be simply magical, and a perfect start to any Valentine’s Day.
Shop for something special
With a wide selection of local independent retailers, department stores and national brands, Lowestoft town centre is ideal place to find that special gift.
No Valentine’s Day is complete without the Valentine’s Day card. Clintons, Card Factory and the recently open Cards Direct all have a great selection of cards and special gifts, so there’s no excuse not to tell your loved one how you feel.
Looking for something sweet for your sweet? Then we have a great selection of local businesses providing special sweet treats. Beaches and Cream located on Station square have a great selection of sweets from around the world, or visit Salvina’s traditional English Sweetshop on the Historic High Street for something made closer to home.
If you are looking for something a little more traditional then Boots, Superdrug and Savers all have a wide selection of perfumes and aftershaves to attract that special someone. Or say in with flowers from Foxy’s, Tesco or M&S.
Stay for a romantic break
Lowestoft has a wide range of places to stay and enjoy a romantic Valentine’s break. Choose from a whole host of hotels and bed & breakfasts with stunning views across the Suffolk coast, or choose a cosy cottage nestled within the Broads national park.
Eat and enjoy a romantic meal for two
With a whole range of Lowestoft restaurants providing a choice of wonderfully cooked local produce served in a relaxed and friendly environment, you can paint the town red to celebrate Valentine’s Day with that someone special.
Those looking for something friendly and familiar will love the Joseph Conrad who serve food all day with no need to book.
If you are looking a traditional pub restaurant then look no further than the Lake Lothing Located on Rotterdam Road and a 15 minute walk from the train station, this friendly and welcoming pub house has a fantastic restaurant and features a truly romantic Valentines Day menu.
Sparrows Nest Gardens is one of the most beautiful areas of the town and where you can discover Giardino Italian restaurant and enjoy a mouth-watering meal followed by a stroll in the park.
If you are planning your own romantic menu then M&S, Tesco, Oregano and Eastern Foods have everything you need to plan ahead.
We hope you have a great time discovering Lowestoft this Valentine’s Day.