Great Yarmouth, Cromer & Bure Valley Railway
Great Yarmouth is a unique destination for a holiday and offers something for everyone, whether you're in a kiss-me-quick mood on the seafront, or taking in the resort's fascinating history in the heritage quarter and for the shopaholics you'll find department stores and unique boutiques surround the historic market place which has a six-day Market that really comes to life on Wednesdays. There's not one but two piers and miles upon miles of soft sandy beaches as has Cromer - a lovely Victorian town with historic pier that also features on our holiday. A highlight of our holiday will be our excursion into the Norfolk Broads and enjoying a nostalgic journey on the Bure Valley Steam Railway.
4 Nights, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Journey on the Bure Valley Steam Railway
Excursions to Cromer & Wroxham
1 Night Live Entertainment
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Prom Hotel * * * (June 2024)
Great Yarmouth One of the best 3* hotels in Great Yarmouth and you guessed it it's excellently located on the Promenade. Strollers restaurant has recently been awarded an AA Rosette and the Mermaid Bar is a great place to enjoy a drink or two. Bedrooms are all en-suite and off TV, tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryer. Lift to all floors.
Carlton Hotel * * * (May & July 2024)
The Carlton is right at the heart of things in Great Yarmouth, just metres from the Pleasure Beach, and hosts a regular programme of live entertainment during the holiday season. The 97 Bedrooms are spacious and comfortable with tea and coffee making facilities, iron, a hairdryer, and a flatscreen TV. The Carlton Hotel has its own well-appointed pub with bar and lounge as well as friendly bar staff. Lift.
Excursion 1 We head North and visit the traditional seaside town of Cromer, once an inland medieval settlement, the resort has evolved into a popular seaside retreat thanks to nature's relentless reshaping of the North Norfolk coast. Take a stroll along the esplanade and watch as fisherman haul their catch of world-famous Cromer crab.
Excursion 2 We travel to into the Broads today and to the bustling town of Wroxham, we'll have some free time to explore before we join our afternoon Steam Train for a 45-minute journey through the Bure Valley - Norfolk's longest narrow-gauge railway. The 9-mile journey follows the meandering River Bure through meadowland and ancient pasture to the historic market town of Aylsham.Back to top