White House Beach Caravan Club Site, Kessingland, NR33 7RW. Tel 01502740278


To Find Site: - From the Lowestoft direction follow Kessingland Bypass (A12) to end of dual carriageway and turn left at roundabout into Whites Lane (signed for Kessingland Industrial Estate and Africa Alive) This road leads you to Kessingland Beach in about a mile. At the end of the road turn right and entrance to site is on the right. The final stretch of the road down to the Beach narrows so care is required.

White House Beach is a member’s only site with direct access to the shingle beach at Kessingland. The site has two separate pitching areas. The larger one is where the reception building is and all arrivals have to report in here. Although mainly hardstanding pitches in this section there are about a third grass pitches. Awnings are allowed on most pitches in this area but there are also some non-awning pitches marked by a different coloured peg. There are no serviced pitches. Across the road from reception is a second, smaller, pitching area with direct access to the shingle beach with 24 pitches. All pitches are on hardstanding in this section and again a mix of awning and no-awning pitches. The beachside section has its own toilet block and motorhome disposal point. On the main section there are two toilet blocks, the main one being at the rear of the site with a smaller one near to reception. The motorhome service point on the main part of the site is of the older type with lifting metal cover. The way it is positioned would also require a length of hose to get to the drain point unless (UK) vehicles turn against the direction of traffic so they could dump directly into the drain. Ironically the service point on the smaller beach section of the site is superb with a reverse in over an open grill. Service points are dotted around the site. Electric points are convenient to all pitches and are rated at 16 amps and use standard CEE17 blue connectors. The electric bollards also have Co-Ax TV connections. Reception sells a variety of essentials and next door is an information room. Site wide WiFi is available and time can be purchased online. On our latest stay I used my phone 4G data which worked pretty well. Near the main toilet block there is a small adventure playground although nothing really for younger children. We generally found this to be a very peaceful site although occasionally the peace is broken by a nearby bird scarer which does a double thud. Also be aware that the local pub does host live music events which can be heard onsite.

This site is convenient for exploring the Suffolk coast. Lowestoft, the most easterly town in England is not far away. In the other direction is Southwold. There are several attractions near to the site including Africa Alive, East Anglia Transport Museum and Pleasurewood Hills. For shopping there is a large Morrisons on the A12. There are several bus services from Wash Lane which is about a half mile walk from the site. The options are buses to Lowestoft, Norwich and Southwold. There is a bus stop at the end of Beach Road opposite the pub but it is uncertain whether it is still in use. Not far from the site is the Waterfront Restaurant/café and the Sailors Home pub.

Please note that whilst we still have the COVID epidemic restrictions some service may not be available but clear instructions are given on arrival at the site.


Click Small Pictures Below for Larger Image

Back to Home Page   Back to UK Site Index   Travels in the UK