Cheap Hotels in Great Yarmouth
Located in Great Yarmouth, Swan Vale Lodge Hotel is next to a golf course and on the beach. Hippodrome Circus and Time and Tide Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include The Tolhouse and Elizabethan House Museum. Pirates Cove Adventure Golf and Sea Life Great Yarmouth are also worth visiting. With windsurfing and fishing nearby, you'll find plenty of adventures in the water.
Ideally located just 200 yards from the seafront in Great Yarmouth, Twin Palms offers room only accommodation, en suite guestrooms and free Wi-Fi throughout. Free public parking is possible nearby. Each of the rooms at Twin Palms features a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Some offer a seating area, and all include complimentary toiletries. Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach theme park is only a 20-minute walk away. The popular Britannia Pier and Wellington Pier are just 7 minutes’ walk away. Great Yarmouth Rail Station is less than 1 mile away.
The family-run Cavendish House Hotel is situated 2 minutes’ walk from Britannia Pier in the coastal town of Great Yarmouth. There is free WiFi at the property. In the spacious dining room, guests are served hearty full English breakfast every morning and a selection of homemade meals in the evening. The individually decorated rooms at Cavendish House Hotel each feature a TV, tea and coffee making facilities and an en suite bathroom. Marine Parade, the home to many amusement arcades, bars and restaurants, is less than a minute’s walk from the hotel. It is also home to Joyland Children’s Fun Park. With a further 5-minute stroll, guests can challenge themselves at Pirates Cove Adventure Golf Course.
Our small, family-run, 4-star guest house is situated within easy reach of the beach, the town centre and all the other attractions that Great Yarmouth has to offer. Rooms are equipped with a colour TV with Freeview, and tea/coffee making facilities (replenished daily). Families are welcome, and a travel cot and baby monitor are available. A comfortable lounge and well-stocked bar are available for guests to relax in.
Set on the seafront in Great Yarmouth and boasting a terrace, The Prince Guest House has free WiFithroughout the property. 400 metres from Great Yarmouth Pier Beach and 50 km from Blickling Hall, the property provides a bar and a shared lounge. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. At the guest house, all rooms have a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom, bed linen and towels. The Prince Guest House offers some units with sea views, and every room is fitted with a kettle. The daily breakfast offers Full English/Irish, vegetarian or gluten-free options. Caister Castle & Motor Museum is 6.5 km from the accommodation, while BeWILDerwood is 31 km from the property. The nearest airport is Norwich International Airport, 38 km from The Prince Guest House.
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Hotels in Great Yarmouth
Situated on the coastline of Norfolk, families have been flocking to Great Yarmouth since the late 1700s. The resort is now one of the most popular destinations in Britain for day trips, weekend breaks and longer holidays. With so much to do from shopping, arcades, funfairs, two piers, great attractions and a beautiful sandy beach, it's easy to see why people keep coming back.
Things to do
There are more than 15 miles of sandy beaches within the Greater Yarmouth area, all with gentle slopes and calm waters. Beachcombers enjoy hunting for pieces of amber along the high-tide mark here, particularly after stormy weather.
At the bottom end of the golden mile (Great Yarmouth's shining glory) the pleasure beach can be seen, heard and experienced first-hand. Scream on a thrill ride or take something a little gentler – it's your call.
Britannia Pier is at the opposite end of the promenade at the bottom of the town's main shopping street. The pier houses children's rides, arcades, try-your-luck stalls and plenty of food, drink and entertainment, with even a horse and carriage waiting outside. The main street itself holds many wonders, including a rock shop, two wax museums and more.
A second pier, Wellington, has a large indoor leisure complex comprising bowling, arcades, simulators and various eateries.
Visit the Amazonia World of Reptiles for an animal close encounter, during which you can hold a baby crocodile or python or hand-feed a group of lovable meerkats.
You might want to take a look at a miniature town and country with its own railway in beautiful landscaped gardens at Merridale Model Village.
Step back in time at Yesterday's World, a living museum with plenty to see and do; it even has a traditional sweet shop inside and a vintage tearoom next door. Experience the atmosphere of a 1950s fish wharf and take the wheel of a steam drifter at Time & Tide, which explains Great Yarmouth's story from its Ice Age origins to today.
For more energetic entertainment, how about a round of crazy golf or pitch and putt, or backing the winner at the horse or greyhound tracks? At the fantastic indoor and outdoor water centre at Vauxhall Holiday Park, you can have some splashing good family fun.
Food and drink
Great Yarmouth serves up plenty of variety, from great seafood and steak to high-class bistro dinners.
You can sample some delicious inventions at the innovative Ambitions Training Restaurant, or relax with a pleasant afternoon tea both at the Waterways Café and Flutterbies Tearoom. Enjoy a well-recommended seafood supper at HMS Hinchinbrook one evening, and the next munch on a good steak at The Black Rock Grill.
As you'd expect, there are numerous Great Yarmouth hotels, ranging from simple, homely B&Bs to five-star luxurious establishments.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Great Yarmouth
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Great Yarmouth?Cleasewood Guest House, Copperfields Guest House and Seahorse Guest House are some of the popular hotels in Great Yarmouth.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Great Yarmouth?The lowest price for a double room in Great Yarmouth is £29.
If I want to stay in the center of Great Yarmouth, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Great Yarmouth, you can consider staying at All Seasons Guest House, Taunton Guest House and The Chequers.
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