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Day One: Home to Great Yarmouth
Today we make our way to Great Yarmouth from home via your local interchange. After arrival and check-in we will enjoy a wonderful dinner.
Day Two to Four: Great Yarmouth
The next three days will include one designated to free time, with an opportunity to explore Great Yarmouth’s sights including the pleasure beach and beautiful beaches nearby at Hemsby and Winerton Dunes. We will also have excursions to Sandringham, where you’ll be able to explore the Royal families private residence. We also go to Norwich, which is a fantastic medieval city with plenty of attractions dating back to its heyday as one of England’s major centres. On these excursions you’ll have plenty of time to explore these historic places at your leisure.
Day Five: Great Yarmouth to Home
We travel home today via the interchange following breakfast at the hotel.
If you want a hotel close to the very best of Great Yarmouth’s attractions with easy links to the Norfolk Broads, Norwich and the very best of the scenic Norfolk Coast.
The Carlton Hotel is right on the town’s seafront with the Sea Life centre and Wellington Pier just across the road. Walk either way along Marine Parade to discover fantastic attractions and numerous cafes and bars serving great food and refreshing drinks.
Venturing a little further from the hotel you can discover the beauty of the Norfolk Broads by taking the train to Berney Arms where you can visit the historic Windmill and marshes that the place is famous for. Historic Norwich is also easily accessible from here for an easy day trip, or for something a little closer, travel north along the coast to the quieter beach at Caister-on-Sea.
The hotel’s hard working team will ensure your stay is as comfortable and relaxing as possible. The Carlton Hotel’s restaurant serves delectable meals for breakfast and evening meals with a varied menu, in the bar and lounge you can enjoy a relaxing nightcap after dinner.
Half Day: Norwich
The major city of East Anglia, Norwich was one of the major cities of Medieval England. There’s plenty to see, with two cathedrals and a number of medieval churches dotted across the city’s historic centre. Visit fascinating Dragon Hall, a restored trading hall from the medieval era, which is a beautiful example of the architecture from the time. For something more modern, visit the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, which has a number of exhibits of rare artistic pieces.
Full Day: Sandringham Royal Estate
We travel across the heart of Norfolk to visit beautiful Sandringham Royal Estate - the private home for four generations of British monarchs. The estate is managed to an exceptionally high standard for the enjoyment of not only the Royal Family, but the thousands of visitors who flock here year after year. On our way back to the hotel we call in at Norfolk Lavender with its world famous Lavender Fields.