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HISTORY OF
THE CLYFFE HOTEL

A tranquil place to stay in Britain's most easterly town where you won’t be disappointed with your stay

Dating back to 1876, the Clyffe Hotel is a Grade II Listed building that has in its time has had many differing uses.

The Clyffe Hotel was originally built in the late 19th Century as a family dwelling and by 1902 was being used as apartments.

The area of Kirkley in Lowestoft was originally an independent village, however, over the centuries has become a part of Lowestoft. Kirkley had a brief mention in the Domesday Book when it formed part of King William’s (William The Conqueror) estates and has since thrived into a lovely area of Lowestoft with it’s grand architecture, lovely landscaped gardens and of course the beautiful sea views.

In 1913, composer, conductor and pianist Benjamin Britten was born in Kirkley Cliff Road and it is thought that the views out to sea helped inspire him in his early years.

Lowestoft’s location, the most easterly point of the UK, made it an important base during both world wars.  Lowestoft was bombarded by German ships in April 1916, with 200 houses being shelled - fortunately The Clyffe Hotel was not one of these, although it was a close call.

During World War II, the town was heavily targeted for bombing by the Luftwaffe due to its engineering industry and role as a naval base. It is sometimes claimed that it became one of the most heavily bombed towns per head of population in the UK - again, the Clyffe Hotel survived.

In more recent years the Clyffe Hotel was a YMCA holiday centre, closing in 1979 before being turned into a home for the elderly, run by Help The Aged, where it was turned into 30 self-contained flats.

In May 2004 the building was again purchased, with the view of turning it into a B&B, however this never came to fruition.

In early 2014, The Clyffe was purchased at auction by the current owners and since then has been painstakingly and lovingly restored to its former glory and you won’t be left disappointed with what you see. Upon arrival you will be left wanting to see more, with grand stairs leading up to two sets of double doors taking you into the reception area where we have our boutique breakfast dining area, an original opulent spiral staircase and also our fully licensed guest bar and rest room with large screen TV over the brick exposed fireplace.

Of the 16 bedrooms we offer, 8 are sea facing, of which 2 contain the original and beautifully presented sash bay windows, making these our most prestigious rooms. Each room is delightfully decorated with solid wood furniture, flat screen Smart TV, internet wall points, tea and coffee making equipment and en-suite bathroom with toiletries.

We look forward to your visit at The Clyffe Hotel

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3 Kirkley Cliff, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR33 0BY

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HISTORY OF
THE CLYFFE HOTEL

A tranquil place to stay in Britain's most easterly town where you won’t be disappointed with your stay

Dating back to 1876, the Clyffe Hotel is a Grade II Listed building that has in its time has had many differing uses.

The Clyffe Hotel was originally built in the late 19th Century as a family dwelling and by 1902 was being used as apartments.

The area of Kirkley in Lowestoft was originally an independent village, however, over the centuries has become a part of Lowestoft. Kirkley had a brief mention in the Domesday Book when it formed part of King William’s (William The Conqueror) estates and has since thrived into a lovely area of Lowestoft with it’s grand architecture, lovely landscaped gardens and of course the beautiful sea views.

In 1913, composer, conductor and pianist Benjamin Britten was born in Kirkley Cliff Road and it is thought that the views out to sea helped inspire him in his early years.

Lowestoft’s location, the most easterly point of the UK, made it an important base during both world wars.  Lowestoft was bombarded by German ships in April 1916, with 200 houses being shelled - fortunately The Clyffe Hotel was not one of these, although it was a close call.

During World War II, the town was heavily targeted for bombing by the Luftwaffe due to its engineering industry and role as a naval base. It is sometimes claimed that it became one of the most heavily bombed towns per head of population in the UK - again, the Clyffe Hotel survived.

In more recent years the Clyffe Hotel was a YMCA holiday centre, closing in 1979 before being turned into a home for the elderly, run by Help The Aged, where it was turned into 30 self-contained flats.

In May 2004 the building was again purchased, with the view of turning it into a B&B, however this never came to fruition.

In early 2014, The Clyffe was purchased at auction by the current owners and since then has been painstakingly and lovingly restored to its former glory and you won’t be left disappointed with what you see. Upon arrival you will be left wanting to see more, with grand stairs leading up to two sets of double doors taking you into the reception area where we have our boutique breakfast dining area, an original opulent spiral staircase and also our fully licensed guest bar and rest room with large screen TV over the brick exposed fireplace.

Of the 16 bedrooms we offer, 8 are sea facing, of which 2 contain the original and beautifully presented sash bay windows, making these our most prestigious rooms. Each room is delightfully decorated with solid wood furniture, flat screen Smart TV, internet wall points, tea and coffee making equipment and en-suite bathroom with toiletries.

We look forward to your visit at The Clyffe Hotel

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LOCATION
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3 Kirkley Cliff, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR33 0BY

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Website designed & published by L&G Web Designs© 2017

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HISTORY OF
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A tranquil place to stay in Britain's most easterly town where you won’t be disappointed with your stay

Dating back to 1876, the Clyffe Hotel is a Grade II Listed building that has in its time has had many differing uses.

The Clyffe Hotel was originally built in the late 19th Century as a family dwelling and by 1902 was being used as apartments.

The area of Kirkley in Lowestoft was originally an independent village, however, over the centuries has become a part of Lowestoft. Kirkley had a brief mention in the Domesday Book when it formed part of King William’s (William The Conqueror) estates and has since thrived into a lovely area of Lowestoft with it’s grand architecture, lovely landscaped gardens and of course the beautiful sea views.

In 1913, composer, conductor and pianist Benjamin Britten was born in Kirkley Cliff Road and it is thought that the views out to sea helped inspire him in his early years.

Lowestoft’s location, the most easterly point of the UK, made it an important base during both world wars.  Lowestoft was bombarded by German ships in April 1916, with 200 houses being shelled - fortunately The Clyffe Hotel was not one of these, although it was a close call.

During World War II, the town was heavily targeted for bombing by the Luftwaffe due to its engineering industry and role as a naval base. It is sometimes claimed that it became one of the most heavily bombed towns per head of population in the UK - again, the Clyffe Hotel survived.

In more recent years the Clyffe Hotel was a YMCA holiday centre, closing in 1979 before being turned into a home for the elderly, run by Help The Aged, where it was turned into 30 self-contained flats.

In May 2004 the building was again purchased, with the view of turning it into a B&B, however this never came to fruition.

In early 2014, The Clyffe was purchased at auction by the current owners and since then has been painstakingly and lovingly restored to its former glory and you won’t be left disappointed with what you see. Upon arrival you will be left wanting to see more, with grand stairs leading up to two sets of double doors taking you into the reception area where we have our boutique breakfast dining area, an original opulent spiral staircase and also our fully licensed guest bar and rest room with large screen TV over the brick exposed fireplace.

Of the 16 bedrooms we offer, 8 are sea facing, of which 2 contain the original and beautifully presented sash bay windows, making these our most prestigious rooms. Each room is delightfully decorated with solid wood furniture, flat screen Smart TV, internet wall points, tea and coffee making equipment and en-suite bathroom with toiletries.

We look forward to your visit at The Clyffe Hotel

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LOCATION
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3 Kirkley Cliff, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR33 0BY

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Website designed & published by L&G Web Designs© 2017

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Tel: 01502 535153
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HISTORY OF
THE CLYFFE HOTEL

A tranquil place to stay in Britain's most easterly town where you won’t be disappointed with your stay

Dating back to 1876, the Clyffe Hotel is a Grade II Listed building that has in its time has had many differing uses.

The Clyffe Hotel was originally built in the late 19th Century as a family dwelling and by 1902 was being used as apartments.

The area of Kirkley in Lowestoft was originally an independent village, however, over the centuries has become a part of Lowestoft. Kirkley had a brief mention in the Domesday Book when it formed part of King William’s (William The Conqueror) estates and has since thrived into a lovely area of Lowestoft with it’s grand architecture, lovely landscaped gardens and of course the beautiful sea views.

In 1913, composer, conductor and pianist Benjamin Britten was born in Kirkley Cliff Road and it is thought that the views out to sea helped inspire him in his early years.

Lowestoft’s location, the most easterly point of the UK, made it an important base during both world wars.  Lowestoft was bombarded by German ships in April 1916, with 200 houses being shelled - fortunately The Clyffe Hotel was not one of these, although it was a close call.

During World War II, the town was heavily targeted for bombing by the Luftwaffe due to its engineering industry and role as a naval base. It is sometimes claimed that it became one of the most heavily bombed towns per head of population in the UK - again, the Clyffe Hotel survived.

In more recent years the Clyffe Hotel was a YMCA holiday centre, closing in 1979 before being turned into a home for the elderly, run by Help The Aged, where it was turned into 30 self-contained flats.


In May 2004 the building was again purchased, with the view of turning it into a B&B, however this never came to fruition.

In early 2014, The Clyffe was purchased at auction by the current owners and since then has been painstakingly and lovingly restored to its former glory and you won’t be left disappointed with what you see. Upon arrival you will be left wanting to see more, with grand stairs leading up to two sets of double doors taking you into the reception area where we have our boutique breakfast dining area, an original opulent spiral staircase and also our fully licensed guest bar and rest room with large screen TV over the brick exposed fireplace.

Of the 16 bedrooms we offer, 8 are sea facing, of which 2 contain the original and beautifully presented sash bay windows, making these our most prestigious rooms. Each room is delightfully decorated with solid wood furniture, flat screen Smart TV, internet wall points, tea and coffee making equipment and en-suite bathroom with toiletries.

We look forward to your visit at The Clyffe Hotel

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+44 (0) 1502 535153

3 Kirkley Cliff, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR33 0BY
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Website designed & published by L&G Web Designs© 2017