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Industrial area and not pedestrian friendly.

To get to Ness Point you have to walk through an industrial area and not it's not pedestrian... read more

Reviewed 1 November 2017
Oxfordcameraman
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Oxord
It's no Lands End

As the most easterly point of the UK, you would expect something a bit better than a dirty large... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2017
Humphman
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Kessingland, United Kingdom
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Lowestoft, England
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Reviewed 1 November 2017

To get to Ness Point you have to walk through an industrial area and not it's not pedestrian friendly. As one local has said "Sort yourself out Lowestoft." Better off going to see Mutford Lock and the bridges.

Thank Oxfordcameraman
Reviewed 17 October 2017

As the most easterly point of the UK, you would expect something a bit better than a dirty large plaque on the floor. I'm a resident of Lowestoft and can't imagine what tourists think of this poor attempt at a landmark. Sort yourself out Lowestoft.

1  Thank Humphman
Reviewed 5 October 2017

This is an interesting place that could be a great attraction. Apart from the diagram on the ground there is nothing. Lots of rubbish strewn around and lorries parked up. There was no atmosphere or facilities. Lowestoft is a great place and they could make...More

Thank Lucy A
Reviewed 2 October 2017

Called to see this "landmark" on Sunday 1st October. It's was windy and the sea quite lively. This site is reached through an industrial area so not the best approach. I can't understand why more is not made of it. The distances to other places...More

Thank wickedwitch2016
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Apart from it being at the most easterly point of the British Isles, it will only take a minute or so to look at. Just a map mileage of places on the ground. Otherwise just the wind turbine to look at. The view out to...More

Thank Pamela F
Reviewed 30 August 2017

It's nothing incredible - your mind isn't likely to be blown, but it's worth a stop as it is interesting and, ignoring the industrial estate you find yourself in (although it is good to see the Birds Eye factory so close to the sea) and...More

Thank KJHaes
Reviewed 18 August 2017

The furthest point East, is here. There are plenty of markers, to show you the way you are looking. Famous point of the ness.

Thank CLIVE P
Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

Came to complete a challenge to visit the four compass points of mainland Britain. This is the least picturesque...fine if you are in the area but not quite worth going out of your way for.

Thank egavaghan
Reviewed 9 August 2017

I live in Lowestoft and we went to Ness point,thinking that our council would have made something special to celebrate our status of being Britains most easterly point. Unfortunately tucked away behind derelict factories which show the total devastation of our fishing industry, you will...More

Thank Donna H
Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

Sorry to say we don't make much of the most easterly point of the British Isles. At least you can say you've been there but don't go expecting anything special. There is a pleasant seafront walk or cycle you can do along front on concrete...More

Thank malcolm c
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