Great Yarmouth 5 Day Festive - New Beach Hotel
- Duration: 5 days
- Board Basis: Half Board
- Tour Ref: D2TALF5260XS
- Travel Type: Coach
Great Yarmouth is East Anglia's top seaside venue, a popular resort catering for many tastes. It offers a huge range of entertainments, plus sports and recreational amenities and shopping. There is a long sandy beach which stretches for miles. Adjoining it is the Marine Parade and the promenade where there are many attractions including the Model Village, Pleasure Beach, and a magnificent "Sea Life Centre" containing a multitude of sea creatures. A special feature of the Great Yarmouth seafront are the horse-drawn landaus in which you can enjoy a ride and view the many attractions. The Marina Centre Leisure Complex also offers a range of sporting and leisure activities. Great Yarmouth has a reputation for a great night out. It is recognised as one of the leading resorts in Britain for live entertainment. There is a wide variety of shows and concerts, and also night clubs, discos and pubs. In fact Great Yarmouth has everything you need for a really entertaining holiday.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Christmas Festive ProgrammeMonday
Sherry reception on arrival followed by dinner and dancing.
Tuesday (Alias Christmas Eve) Full Day Excursion to Norwich
Norwich is one of Britain's most attractive cities, a fine town with an irregular medieval street plan and many notable buildings of all periods including a Norman castle and imposing cathedral. We return to our hotel in time for dinner after which the evening is filled with dancing and entertainment.
Wednesday (Alias Christmas Day)
Morning competition to guess the weight of the Christmas Cake. Traditional Christmas lunch with 'Santa' and presents. Afternoon tea and games. Dinner followed by dancing and entertainment.
Thursday (Alias Boxing Day) Half Day Excursion to Wroxham
This morning we visit Wroxham, known as 'the Capital of the Broads'. As its nickname suggests, it is busy with the hustle and bustle of tourists. On our return to Great Yarmouth we take a route which gives us an insight into 'The Broads', a system of lakes linked by rivers and one of England's most popular holiday areas especially amongst sailing enthusiasts. There are a dozen large broads, the longest being over four miles, and twelve smaller broads, all of them having been created by peat-digging in medieval times. Back at the hotel enjoy a pre-lunch glass of punch followed by Grand Boxing Day Lunch. Free afternoon followed by dinner and fancy dress farewell dance (please bring a costume).
Depart hotel after breakfast.
Individual hotel programmes may differ slightly from this programme.
New Beach Hotel
Situated in Great Yarmouth's most central and lively location, on the sea front opposite Britannia Pier and adjacent to the shops and resort amenities. (Note that it can be quite lively in the street outside the sea facing rooms.) Having recently undergone a major refurbishment, all bedrooms are centrally heated with private bath or shower and WC, tea/coffee making facilities, internal telephone, hair dryer and Freeview TV.
For 2016 all public areas will be on the ground floor including a quiet lounge and a new bar lounge, both overlooking the sea front and a new restaurant and entertainment room where entertainment is provided most evenings (accessed via 2 steps). Free WiFi in public areas. Two lifts serve most rooms. On street car parking can be arranged at no extra charge if booked in advance. Tel: 01493 332300. A Leisureplex Hotel.
AA Three Star Rated
Note for clients with a mobility impairment: Note for clients with a mobility impairment: Access to the main Reception entrance is via 4 steps but there is also a side entrance with ramped access and limited parking for mobility scooters. For 2016 all public rooms will be at ground level. Bedrooms are on first, second and third floors (there are none on the ground floor). There are two lifts serving most bedrooms but some rooms in the West Wing accessible only by stairs. Please ensure you submit a Special Needs form if you have a mobility impairment.