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Great Yarmouth

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 7 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TELL8613

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

7 days

where happiness is guaranteed with stunning beaches, beautiful countryside...

A holiday of many contrasts, from the hustle & bustle of a busy seaside resort, to the relaxing calm of the Broads, to the historic City of Norwich and also the quieter resorts and towns of the region.

Tour Highlights:

  • Cathedral City of Norwich
  • Norfolk Broads Cruise
  • Somerleyton Hall
  • Lowestoft
  • Timeless Southwold
  • Bressingham Gardens
  • North Walsham – Market Day
  • Hotel Entertainment on 3 Evenings

 

PRICE FROM ? £529 per person
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Itinerary

Palm Court Hotel ~ 3 Star

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This family owned 3 star hotel stands in a quiet location on Great Yarmouth seafront overlooking the sea.  All of the bedrooms are pleasantly decorated, are en-suite and are equipped with TV, telephone, hairdryer and tea/coffee makers.  The hotel also has an indoor swimming pool as well as a good range of seating areas and two bars.  Lift.

Excursions Included:

We head for Wroxham and the charming Norfolk Broads.  Here we enjoy a cruise around the picturesque Broads.  In the afternoon we make our way to Norwich where we spend the rest of the day at leisure.

We head down the coast into Suffolk and on to the timeless & delightful resort of Southwold where little has changed since Victorian times.  In the afternoon we head inland to Diss and on to Blooms of Bressingham Garden Centre, where we take a break. Here we visit nearby Bressingham Gardens & Steam Museum.

We make our way to North Walsham for market day, where we enjoy free time.  In the afternoon we visit the coastal resort of Cromer.

A drive south takes us to Oulton Broad & Lowestoft where we have chance to explore before our visit to magnificent Somerleyton Hall, an early Victorian Mansion with Jacobean origins set in 400 acres of wooded park with 12 acres of gardens.

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