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Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth

This stunning coastal town is located at the mouth of the River Yare in Norfolk and has been a popular attraction for tourists since the 18th century. Visitors are treated to over 15 miles of wonderful beaches, with many coastal walks, seaside attractions and water sports to partake in. There are also a number of fascinating historical sites in the local area to visit, which include the Tolhouse Gaol and the Caister Roman Fort.

We love Great Yarmouth because...

  • Stunning coastal town
  • Classic seaside attractions
  • Ideal for water sports
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Hotels in Great Yarmouth
Nelson Hotel
1 Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 3AG

The Nelson Hotel offers magnificent sea views, comfortable facilities and friendly service and is situated on Marine Parade, adjacent to the famous Yarmouth Winter Gardens.

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Nelson Hotel
1 Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 3AG

The Nelson Hotel offers magnificent sea views, comfortable facilities and friendly service and is situated on Marine Parade, adjacent to the famous Yarmouth Winter Gardens.

In and around Great Yarmouth

Golden Mile

This expansive, sandy beach stretches for miles along the coastline, with a delightful promenade overlooking the sands. Enjoy the classic seaside attractions of donkey rides, ice creams and bucket and spade shops, as well as quaint café’s, friendly pubs and relaxed restaurants. Enjoy long and leisurely walks down the beach or esplanade, accompanied by the relaxed seaside holiday atmosphere – especially poignant at night when twinkly sail lights illuminate the walk between Britannia Pier and the Pleasure Beach.

Pleasure Beach

This historic attraction first opened its doors back in 1909 and boasts a number of fantastic and thrilling rides and attractions. There is also a significant number of old school, traditional attractions that we all love and remember such as Dodgems, and the iconic Skydrop – which dominates the skyline. Rides are paid by tokens, meaning that entry to the Pleasure Beach is free, allowing visitors to have a non-committal visit for a fun evening out.

Britannia Pier

This marvel of Victorian architecture contains a number of restaurants, bars and arcades as well as the renowned Britannia Theatre. The theatre has an eclectic line-up of acts performing through the year, representing a range of genres and mediums. Make sure to find out ‘what’s on’ during your visit.

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