PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
With its miles of sandy beaches, busy piers, crazy golf, bowling alleys and model villages, East Anglia’s premier resort of Great Yarmouth simply bursts with holiday fun. It's famous Golden Mile is a historic pleasure park with action-packed activities and fairground rides including a scary ghost train. Away from the seafront you’ll find six fascinating museums suchas the Time & Tide Museum which tells the story of the town from its ice age origins to the present day. Perhaps visit the National Trust’s Elizabethan House where you’ll find furniture, art, period costumes and armour dating from the early sixteenth century. The town’s Tolhouse is an intricately designed 1800s prison featuring exhibits of crime and punishment whilst the Nelson Museum is housed in a Grade II listed Georgian merchant’s house and showcases Nelson related artefacts.
Bure Valley Railway & Wroxham Broads Cruise
We head to Aylsham where we take our seats on Norfolk’s longest narrow gauge railway for a spectacular nine mile journey. Our train runs through the picturesque Bure Valley countryside, following the meandering river through meadowland and ancient pasture to stop occasionally at small country villages before reaching Wroxham. Here we board our boat for a picturesque cruise along Wroxham Broad, a protected wetland with shallow lakes and woodland where you’ll find rare plants and wildlife.
Norwich has a delightful jumble of medieval streets, lanes and alleys lined with a superb collection of buildings, churches, shops and restaurants. Along the cobbled Elm Hill you will find attractive half-timbered Tudor houses, delightful antique shops, cosy coffee houses and tearooms. The city is compact, making it easy to explore on foot as you delight in the rich architecture, fascinating history and beautiful scenery. Interesting places to visit include Plantation Garden, a restored Victorian “secret garden” and of course, the magnificent cathedral.
Cromer & Sheringham
We head along the Norfolk coast to charming Cromer, home to a Grade II listed pier, a folk museum housed in a fisherman’s cottage and a magnificent church with a lofty tower that is the highest in Norfolk. We continue to Sheringham, a quaint little resort with a seafront museum that tells the town’s history through its people and boats (seven day holidays only).
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